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Do Your Homework: A Tribute to Hazel McCallion Exhibition

Do Your Homework: A Tribute to Hazel McCallion Exhibition

Call for Artwork

Are you an artist that has captured the likeness of Hazel McCallion during her 36 years as Mayor of Mississauga?

If you answered yes then we want your art work!

The Museums of Mississauga will be highlighting the life and times of Hazel McCallion in an exhibition held April 12th to 26th at the Mississauga Civic Centre. Currently we are seeking works of art that depict the likeness inspired by Hazel McCallion.

Eligibility: Artists are welcome to apply with works that are paintings, drawings or sculptures of Hazel McCallion.

Deadline: March 15th, 2017

Selection Process: Due to limited space art work will be selected by a jury process.

How to Participate: Please make an appointment with Tracy to bring your art work to Benares Historic House, 1507 Clarkson Road North, Mississauga. To make an appointment please email Museums.Collections@mississauga.ca or call 905-615-4860 x 2108

The Do Your Homework exhibit will present the most successful/captivating moments of Hazel McCallion's political career in an engaging, highly graphic and respectfully informative tone. The exhibit aims to bring awareness to the City's Collection as well as focus on the stories and themes of Hazel McCallion's era. The community will be invited to share their memories and tributes to Hazel McCallion through online responses and a call for artwork. Themes highlighted in the exhibition will include: Leadership Lessons, Legacy Maker, Before & After, Compassionate Leader, Inspiring Women, A Global Force, Canadian Icon and Sports Enthusiast.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 - 4:00pm
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