Showtime: Thursday, September 17, 2020 - Sunday, December 13, 2020

Location: Atrium

Cost: Free Admission

Show suitable for: All Ages


Description

"I believe people have an ability to find beauty and hope, even amidst the horrors of war. This exhibition examines human nature in wartime through a series of artistic representations, multisensory experiences and portraits of ten Canadians who were involved in the First World War.

Optical crystal sculptures created by Mark Raynes Roberts portray scenes that illustrate different aspects of human nature while scents developed by Alexandra Bachand evoke personal memory.

WAR Flowers is inspired by the pressed flowers picked by George Stephen Cantlie in the gardens, fields and hedges of war-torn Europe and sent to his baby daughter in Montreal. I examine these century-old flowers using floriography, a method of communicating emotion through flowers, to tell the story of human nature in the landscape of war." - Viveka Melki, Curator

Presented by the Museums of Mississauga and on display at Mississauga's Living Arts Centre from September 17 through December 13.

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Plan Your Visit

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COVID Safety Protocol

  • Visitors enter the exhibition through the east double door entrance of the Living Arts Centre parallel to Duke of York Street
  • Visitors will be required to self-screen upon entry to the Living Arts Centre
  • Entry will be limited to a maximum number of 10 visitors in the exhibition at one time
  • Maximum 10 patrons of the same family unit may enter the exhibition together
  • The exhibition and Living Arts Centre is sanitized on a regular basis by museum staff 


Tickets – Free Admission

30-minute timeslots. 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM.

Click on a date to reserve your tickets or call the Box Office at 905.306.6000, Monday – Friday 11 am – 5 pm.

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Supported By:

Air CanadaFriends of the Museums of MississaugaCommunity Foundation of MississaugaFunded by Veterans Affairs Canada