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Art Gallery of Mississauga Mississauga

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Art Gallery of Mississauga
300 City Centre Drive
Mississauga
ON
L5B3C1
Tel: 905-896-5088

Where are we going today?

The AGM is over 3000 square feet divided into four gallery spaces. The Main and Community galleries are the largest. We also hold outdoor sculpture exhibitions, screenings and interactive programmes seasonally.
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    While attending a farmer's market in celebration square, I became intrigued by a flashy zig zag sign directing me to the art gallery. After hearing that it was free admission, I thought why not, I'll give it a shot.

    To summarize, this art gallery is unlike most that I have been to. The receptionist greeted me with a friendly smile and gave me some information about both the gallery and the show. I was surprised to learn that the gallery has been there for about 26 years. Their current show is on Indian art and activism; a subject that I knew little...Read More

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    I'm having the time of my life. Congradulations Akilah + Salman for a brazilian wedding and cheers to the brothers of a wonderful marriage ceremony and 1st anniversary to celebrate the next MH wedding for your sister-in-law. Big It Up cheers. Love you groupies.

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    AMAZING art exhibitions even if you're not an artsy person. Culturally significant, but I haven't seen work from particularly famous people.

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by Mark Chen

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While attending a farmer's market in celebration square, I became intrigued by a flashy zig zag sign directing me to the art gallery. After hearing that it was free admission, I thought why not, I'll give it a shot.

To summarize, this art gallery is unlike most that I have been to. The receptionist greeted me with a friendly smile and gave me some information about both the gallery and the show. I was surprised to learn that the gallery has been there for about 26 years. Their current show is on Indian art and activism; a subject that I knew little about. Luckily, there were videos and an attendant that gave me a detailed and casual tour. This show seems to have a bit for everyone. There's a rickshaw that kids seems to enjoy playing with, and a lot of rich history for a buff like myself.

Definitely worth a trip and an amazing way to learn more about the world in our own community.

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