If you're in the mood for a unique outdoor event—and considering how amazing the weather has been lately, you should be—you might be happy to hear that Visual Arts Mississauga (VAM) at Riverwood
If you work in the challenging arts industry, you might be happy to hear that the Province of Ontario has announced a major funding increase for the arts and culture sector.
Even if you don't think too much about the impact of public art, it's hard to argue that it doesn't fundamentally alter the way the city looks (and, by extension, is perceived).
Do you need a little extra financial help to get your business or initiative off the ground?
Anyone who really pays attention to the city know that it's not lacking for art.
Since summer won't be with us forever, it's best to make the mosts of it by enjoying as many outdoor activities as humanly possible—especially less orthodox and more unique ones.
Insauga previously discussed Mississauga City Council voting to bring a world renowned theatrical performance invo
Although there has been much talk about the realities of queer, trans, Black, Indigenous and other minority groups in society, there has been little focus on all aspects of the sexual and visible m
We now know what major Canada 150 art project will take shape at Celebration Square.
Let's face it, when people think of heritage in Mississauga, the first thought that comes to mind is probably, "we have heritage in this city?”