Canada 150 Public Art Legacy

A square fountain is visible beside large planters in an outdoor courtyard.

Canada 150 Public Art Legacy

Call To Artists

The City of Mississauga invites Aboriginal Artists currently residing in Canada, or Canadian Artists residing in Canada that will engage and collaborate with the Aboriginal Community, to submit expressions of interest and qualifications for a permanent public artwork for Mississauga Celebration Square.

The intent of the proposed permanent public artwork is to:

  • Promote Canadian values, culture and history;
  • Generate national pride and bring citizens together to celebrate Canada 150 as well as the overall City Canada 150 thematic: Brilliance Together;
  • Create a strong and recognizable link to themes of diversity, inclusion and reconciliation with Aboriginal Communities;
  • Create a public art legacy for Mississauga in celebration of Canada 150, and;
  • Interpret and elevate the genius loci of MCS through public art

For full details please look at the PDF provided below.

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