This is Culture’s new website. Your feedback will help us improve it.

Call for Public Art Curators

Expression of Interest

We’re looking to commission a professional Indigenous public art curator to help develop a waterfront Indigenous Art Trail.

The curator will develop a community-informed public art plan and lead the commissioning process for three public art projects by Indigenous artists. The curator will also work in partnership with Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and the City’s public art program.

About the Indigenous Art Trail

Public art along the waterfront is an opportunity for reconciliation, relationship-building and artistic expression through storytelling.

The Indigenous Art Trail will acknowledge Mississauga’s Indigenous history and culture and enhance the visibility of the many Indigenous and First Nations people that have a connection to Mississauga as their home.

By celebrating and honouring Indigenous peoples, their culture, history and how they are connected to Mississauga and its history, the Indigenous Art Trail will contribute to the process of reconciliation.

How to apply

Review the submission guidelines and application instructions.

Submit your expression of interest to public.art@mississauga.ca by 4 p.m. on Tuesday, December 14, 2021.

Contact

If you have questions or need more information about this opportunity, contact public.art@mississauga.ca.