Clarke Memorial Hall Open Up: A space for artistic happenings. The City of Mississauga is offering local emerging artists and organizations from all disciplines the opportunity to rent Clarke Memorial Hall at a reduced rate. This special pilot project will run during the months of June, September and October 2015.
Clarke Memorial Hall Youth Access & Membership Project (A.M.P). The City of Mississauga is offering artists (aged 12-24) FREE ACCESS to Clarke Memorial Hall this summer! We are accepting membership application forms from artists to join the Youth A.M.P. Becoming a member will provide you with access to Clarke Memorial Hall and help with finding a mentor in your chosen art discipline.
The Culture Division was created in 2007 to foster growth and sustainability of culture in Mississauga. Through its policy development, services, programs and partnership initiatives, the Culture Division plays an integral role in the growth of the City for the 21st Century by preserving, supporting and enhancing the artistic and historic fabric of Mississauga. The Culture Division is a dynamic team of staff, volunteers and partners committed to working together to make Mississauga a premier culture destination. The Culture Division is committed to contributing to the community through public art, museums, heritage, theatre, film, grants and programming.
The Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM) is a public, not-for-profit, art gallery offering a diverse range of exhibits, tours, discussions, and workshops for everyone.
Heritage Mississauga (Mississauga Heritage Foundation Inc.) is a not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to promotion of local heritage.
Serving as an important resource for the arts, education and business, Living Arts Centre features over 225,000 square feet of multiple performance venues, studio spaces and exhibition display areas.
The Mississauga Cultural Resource Partnership (MCRP) members meet to discuss relevant issues and activities that could support long-term cultural development of the city.
The Mississauga Arts Council, established in 1981 by City Resolution, is a non-profit registered charity governed by a Board of Directors.
The Mississauga theatre Alliance is a not-for-profit organization devoted to the encouragement and promotion of production, performance, appreciation and enjoyment of theatre in the City of Mississauga. .
Visual Arts Mississauga (VAM) strives to enrich community life by fostering an appreciation in the arts through active involvement in a variety of creative experiences including classes, exhibitions and workshops.
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