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The City’s temporary public art program supports the creation of art by emerging and established artists.
Temporary public art can be a powerful tool to respond to contemporary social issues and reshape how we view our physical and social environments.
Temporary public art often comes in the form of street art, murals, banners, festivals, and installations. These artworks can last anywhere from a few months to 15 years.
Paul Edward Costa and Hiba Abdallah, 2021
Poetry Lane is a temporary art installation created by artist Hiba Abdallah and Mississauga Poet Laureate Paul Edward Costa. Located along 4 km of the Burnhamthorpe Trail between Dixie and Absolute, the artwork consists of 10 aluminum signs, each containing a poem and design that reflects the surrounding environment and community.