Popular Mississauga art show announces new dates
While Mississauga residents have come to understand the importance of staying home as often as possible in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, many are understandably upset and disappointed that parties, concerts, shows and events have been cancelled.
While Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently said it's impossible to say how long Canadians can expect to practice extreme social distancing, we do know that this crisis will pass—and that many of the events we looked so forward to will eventually take place.
Recently, the organizers behind the ninth annual Arts on the Credit: Shop, Sip, and Stay event announced that the three-day show will run from June 5-7, 2020.
It was originally slated to run on April 25 and 26.
Organizers say the show will highlight the curated work of over 40 artists at the Waterside Inn in Port Credit.
"Highly skilled fine artists will exhibit side by side with established local artists, giving art lovers a unique opportunity to view some of the best art in Ontario and meet the artists," organizers said in an email.
"By combining art, community and conversation, Arts on the Credit attracts thousands of visitors each year, to discover, re-connect and purchase work from the artists.
A special ticketed preview will be held for those keen to view and purchase the art ahead of the show, and early bird prices are also available on-line.
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