The tour picks up at Kipling Station Passenger Pickup (west side of Aukland Rd) and visits Humber Galleries, Art Gallery of Mississauga, and Small Arms Inspection Building. To RSVP: please email email@example.com by April 5.
Guest-curated by Rheanne Chartrand
March 28-June 16, 2019
niigaanikwewag is a two-year curatorial project bookended by exhibitions that acknowledge the ever-presence of Indigenous womxn in the arts through the presentation of notable works by senior, mid-career, and emerging artists to celebrate past, present, and future generations of creative kwes as integral to sustaining the creative spirit of Indigenous communities. Foregrounding kinship, the artworks in niigaanikwewag embody and express the blood ties Indigenous women have to each other and to [our] Mother Earth.
The second iteration of niigaanikwewag will extend the first exhibition's celebratory declaration of the ever-presence of Indigenous women within the arts.
Thursday March 28, 6pm
Opening reception with Elder Whabagoon and a performance by artist Raven Davis, It's Not Your Fault
April 6, 2pm
Curator Rheanne Chartrand leads an insightful tour of niigaanikwewag.
The Breadth of Distance
Amber Williams-King, Charlene Vickers, Chun Hua Catherine Dong, Melisse Watson, Petrina Ng, Soko Fong Negash, Shellie Zhang
Curated by Alize Zorlutuna
February 4-April 5, 2019
Bringing together photography, video, installation, and sculpture, these artworks shift across geographies, cultural perspectives, and time. Considering grief, longing, care and resilience, they articulate how relationships to place, representation, and belief shape who we are and how we move in the present.
This exhibition asks us to reckon with how we came to be here on this land. Whether we are Indigenous, multi-generational settlers, or recent immigrants, our current moment demands we think through how we might build mutual understanding and empathy while recognizing our many differences.
Please join Humber Galleries' Curator in Residence Alize Zorlutuna for a tour of the exhibition.
Exhibition continues at Bradley Museum & Mississauga City Hall
Joi T. Arcand, Cathy Busby, soJin Chun, Stephanie Comilang, Sheena Hoszko, Germaine Koh, HaeAhn Paul Kwon Kajander, Morris Lum, Dawit L. Petros, jes sachse, Kara Springer, LeuWebb, Amanda White
Curated by Noa Bronstein
April 6-May 5, 2019
Public Volumes brings together exhibitions, public programming and writing that centre around broad interpretations of spatial justice. These many projects focus in or out from a particular location or series of locations, fostering deeper insight into why space matters. From thinking through ideas around memory and ways of living to community mobilization and immigration, Public Volumes espouses the multiple meanings folded into the spaces of everyday life and those of unexpected circumstance. This program looks to the tangled means by which we defend the spaces that offer support and the efforts we take to transform those that fail.
Please join us for the opening reception of Public Volumes.
Join us as we transform the Square Amphitheatre into a live children's theatre every Tuesday night in August. From Rock the Arts Puppets to Beauty and the Beast, watch and be dazzled as your favourite children stories are brought to life!
Whether you're a musician, spoken word artist, comedian or dazzling performer, the stage is yours! Share your craft or enjoy the great talent Mississauga has to offer at open mic nights on the Square, every Wednesday in August.
Canadian Celtic rock group Screeched Inn began over a decade ago as a trio. With a focus on tight three part harmony and audience interaction, they perfected their sound through classic rock, top 40, and country genres.
Drop by the Bradley Museum to learn more about our Heritage Kitchen Garden, representing the foods early settlers grew in Upper Canada in the 1830s. On the last Sunday of the month, Museum Interpreters are on site to lead curated garden tours and demonstrations in Bradley House kitchen.