Living Arts Centre

strung out and undone

strung out and undone is a culminating exhibition of artworks submitted to the 2014 International World of Threads Festival and selected for display at the Living Arts Centre Gallery.

Details

The Word in Art 書法自然

Chinese scripts have been used to denote objects and meaning for thousands of years.

Details

Workspace

This exhibition features three contemporary artists using a range of media to engage audiences in a conversation about work within a home or corporate setting.

Details

SHELF LIFE

Resident Artists explore the role time plays in determining the value of art.

Details

Interrupted Landscapes

Interrupted Landscapes is an exploration of our collective desire to understand the world around us.

Details

MORE DECENT EXPOSURE

MORE DECENT EXPOSURE is the culminating exhibition from a call for submissions to students and new graduates of post-secondary arts and design institutions.

Details

Connection-Connexion

Connection-Connexion surveys present day Ontario in relation to its distinctive past.

Details

geometry³

geometry³ is an exhibition of painting, photography and intaglio printmaking by a family of artists: Leszek, Lynn and Nadine Wyczolkowski.

Details

Full Spectrum

Full Spectrum highlights a collection of bold and energetic new works in contemporary painting.

Details

in production

The Living Arts Centre Resident Artists are thinkers and makers, both designers and labourers foremost driven by the desire to work with their hands and yearning for sustained creative engagement.

Details

SYSTEMS & SEQUENCE

Introducing works by Dan Bernyk, Justin Blayney and Sabina Rak, this exhibition examines systems and sequence, as they relate to process, the exchange of information and experience.

Details

Visual Voices - Through Our Eyes

The elementary teachers of Peel invite you to consider how individuals express what they see. What do our youth have to say? Discover the world as seen through the eyes of Peel's Elementary Students in Visual Voices.

Details

in production

The Living Arts Centre Resident Artists are thinkers and makers, both designers and labourers foremost driven by the desire to work with their hands and yearning for sustained creative engagement.

Details

Emerge

On an individual level, each artist seeks to master their material and processes to see their vision and voice emerge from the raw material of clay to the finished object.

Details

Significant Objects

This exhibition showcases six emerging and mid-career artists who employ new methods in sculpture, mixed media, painting/drawing and installation.

Details

me and you

The works in me and you were selected from submissions by artists to the 2016 International World of Threads Festival. The 21 artists use traditional and modern techniques to address contemporary concerns and issues.

Details

Deep Roots

Deep Roots is juried exhibition, which was open to artists across Ontario.

Details

Common Language

As Canada celebrates 150 years, many agree that one of the country’s great strengths is its diversity - of people, cultures, and languages.

Details

Site Unseen

For their subjects, the artists in Site Unseen choose aspects of urban life that that we see every day – things to which we usually pay no special notice, like restaurants, old buildings, the river that’s always been there.

Details

Visual Voices - Through our Eyes

The elementary teachers of the Peel District School Board invite you to consider how individuals express what they see. What do our youth have to say?

Details

Mississauga Camera Club Proud to be Canadian, Our Stories

Proud to be Canadian, Our Stories is a juried photographic exhibition celebrating the 150th anniversary of Canada’s Confederation. Renowned artists Freeman Patterson, Richard Martin and Charles Pachter selected the images.

Details

fête

The Living Arts Centre is pleased to partner with Sheridan to present the exhibition fête, which celebrates 50 years of Sheridan’s Craft and Design program and the crucial role the program continues to play in shaping the craft and design landscape in Canada. Featuring the work of some of Canada’s most celebrated craftspeople, this exhibition brings together accomplished makers from across the country whose work spans the five decades of the program’s history. The objects in this exhibition beautifully demonstrate the creative synergy of tradition and innovation in ceramics, furniture, glass, metal, and textiles.

Details

Here and Now

As part of the Living Arts Centre’s 20th anniversary programs, Here and Now features emerging and mid-career artists with a connection to Mississauga. All of the artists currently live or work here, or spent formative years in the community. The works offer a variety of reflections upon identity – personal, cultural or community. The artists explore these themes in a range of media, and present ideas not only visually, but also through sound and scent. These diverse perspectives and practices capture the spirit of today’s Mississauga.

Details

Comics: The Road to Independence

The artists in this exhibition, from Mississauga and Toronto, have published their works independently and use the comic format for personal creativity and expression.

Details

Flashback/Fastforward

The Resident Artist Program has been an integral part of the Living Arts Centre since the Centre opened 20 years ago. The program provides professionally-equipped studios for emerging and mid-career artists to explore and exchange ideas while developing their bodies of work.

Details

Visual Voices: Exploring Identity

The elementary teachers of the Peel District School Board invite you to consider how individuals express what they see; to explore identity. What do our youth have to say? Discover the world as seen through the eyes of PDSB's elementary students in Visual Voices.

Details

The Next Big Thing

The Next Big Thing showcases exciting new work from students and recent graduates of post-secondary art and craft programs in Canada, selected through an open call.

Details