Art on the Screens 2017

Art on the Screens 2017

Let's Inspire! Join us every Monday from May - September at Mississauga Celebration Square for your weekly dose of screen based art featuring local, national and international artists. Be inspired on an evening stroll through the Square by these unique and compelling pieces.

Pictured onscreen: Pivot by Fedora Romita

Please note Art on the Screens will not run on Monday July 3, Monday July 17, Monday August 7 and Monday September 4

Shorts for Shorties:

  • Mateo y el Cine / Mateo and The Cinema by Luis Felipe Hernandez Alanis, 2015, Mexico
  • Dona Ubenza / Mrs. Ubenza by Juan Manuel Costa, 2015, Argentina
  • La maquina / The Machine by David Reyes, 2015, Mexico
  • Masks Battles by Iuri Araujo, 2014, Brazil
  • Aguacero / Downpour by Bernarda Cornejo Pinto, 2015, Canada / Ecuador
  • En-sueno / Reverie by Paula Bartning & Gabriel Gonzalez Gedoviu, 2015, Mexico
  • Zimbo by Rita Basulto, 2015, Mexico
  • Viagem na chuva / Journey in the Rain by Wesley Rodrigues, 2015, Brazil
  • Historia de un oso/ Bear Story by Gabriel Osorio Vargas, 2014, Chile

These works are presented in partnership with aluCine, Latin Film + New Media Festival, who showcase excellence and innovation in contemporary Latin American film and new media works.


Monday, August 28, 2017 - 8:00pm to 10:00pm
Free Event
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