The Big Screens are a main feature on Celebration Square. These state-of-the-art outdoor LED screens are used to enhance events such as concerts and festivals; showcase screen based and interactive artworks; bring the community together to watch sporting events or play videos games; and to share information with the public.
Art on the Big Screens
The Big Screens provide a platform to showcase innovative screen-based artworks from renowned local, national and international artists. Some of the artists showcased have included: Jon Sasaki; Nick Pye; Kid Koala; Broken City Lab; Faisal Anwar and many others.
Many of the Art on the Screen projects have been in presented in partnership with contemporary creative institutions such as TIFF, Reel Asian, Art Gallery of Mississauga, Pan Am Parapan Am Games, and Sheridan College.
Get on the Screens
Interested in showcasing your art on the screens? See Calls for Submission on our Public Art page. Have a great idea for a project or would like to discuss sponsorship or partnership opportunities, contact Celebration Square.
Bialystock and Bloom! Those names should strike terror and hysteria in anyone familiar with Mel Brooks' classic comedy film. The Producers sets the standard for modern, outrageous, in-your-face humor, winning a record 12 Tony Awards.
Get out of hibernation mode this Family Day and join Celebration Square for a Big Family Day Skate.
The City of Mississauga will recognize its second Youth Poet Laureate in 2018. This role serves as a literary ambassador for youth in the city and elevates the status of poetry, literary arts and young writers.
Watch CBC's coverage of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 daily on the Big Screens at Celebration Square. Stay on top of all the action and cheer Team Canada as they go for gold.