Category Arts

Fall in Fashion

MississaugaLife fashionista Robin Keeler and Erin Mills Town Centre team up to help a career couple discover their personal style. Words by Kristy Elik. Photography by Joel Robertson As summer’s end nears and we begin to anticipate the chilly autumn and… Continue Reading →

Mississauga Symphony Presents: Invitation to the Dance

On March 28, inside the world-class Hammerson Hall at the Living Arts Centre, concertmaster Corry Gemmell will perform Saint-Sa?ns’s energetic and high-spirited Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso and Danse Macbre alongside the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra (MSO). Corey Gemmell, an established violinist… Continue Reading →

April 11 and 12: Arts on the Credit 2015

New to this year is Tommy Cudmore, a resident artist of the Living Arts Centre. “Glass is the most mentally and physically exerting material available,” says Cudmore. “The intensity of working with molten glass allows me to escape my outer… Continue Reading →

Support Mississauga’s Keram Malicki-S?nchez’s Dream: Come to Life!

You may have heard of Keram Malicki-S?nchez. He’s a Mississauga-born actor starring in popular films and television shows like American History X, Skin Deep, True Blood, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The Mentalist and much more. He is also noted as… Continue Reading →

Freegal: Free Music for Library Cardholders

The Mississauga Library System has recently launched Freegal, an internet-based music service free for all library system cardholders to use. Freegal allows cardholders to search, stream and download music at no charge. Cardholders are able to download three MP3 files… Continue Reading →

35th Anniversary Celebration Continues for the Mississauga Potters’ Guild!

Now the guild is preparing to offer the community an opportunity to purchase from a selection of their 75+ members work at their upcoming 35th Anniversary Sale. The sale will be open to the public from November 22 to November… Continue Reading →

Slow Fashion: Quality versus Quantity

“Slow fashion is not a seasonal trend that comes and goes like animal print, but a sustainable fashion movement that is gaining momentum.” Slow Fashion provides an alternative to mass-produced clothing. Initially, the Slow Clothing Movement was intended to reject… Continue Reading →

2014 MARTY Award Winners

Last night the Mississauga Arts Council (MAC) celebrated exceptional artists in the city at the 2014 MARTY awards at the Living Arts Centre. “The MARTYs are a celebration of the arts in all their forms in Mississauga,” said Bohdan Shulakewych,… Continue Reading →

MP Lizon Announces Government Funding for the Living Arts Centre

On February 11, MP Wladyslaw Lizon joined special guests and Living Arts Centre (LAC) staff in announcing funding from the Government of Canada to support improvements to the LAC through the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund. With the $580,000 provided, the… Continue Reading →

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