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Photograph-Living Arts Construction: an evacuator
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Title: Photograph-Living Arts Construction: an evacuator
Identifier: 2006.4.116.7
Donor: City of Mississauga
Item Date: 1994-1997
Creation Date: 2011
Location: Bradley Museum

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Description: A large black and white photograph; image does not cover entire paper. Photograph of an evacuator digging a trench to prepare for the construction of the Living Arts Centre. In the background you see the Civic Centre. Actual image size is 24 cm H X 16.9 cm W.

The Living Arts Centre, which opened in 1997 is located at the heart of Mississauga, near City Hall. The building was designed by Zeidler Partnership Architects and is divided into two sections, one for arts and crafts and the other for performing arts. It is used as a venue for a variety of arts and cultural programs year-round, supporting local and well as national artists and groups. Over 300,000 visitors arrive each year to take part in the various activities the Living Arts Centre offers.
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