Tag: Art Gallery of Mississauga

Circles and lines: tracing our land’s past

Bonnie Devine’s Circles and Lines: Michi Saagiig exhibit at the AGM visually examines the land lost in the Michi Saagiig homelands. Her works guide...

Breaking down the wall between city & art

The Art Gallery of Mississauga’s shift CTRL exhibit, curated by Anu Radha Verma, is a project set up in the gallery’s XIT-RM project space....

Bring your art for some helpful criticism

Hidden in a nook of the Art Gallery of Mississauga are artists of all ages and walks of life who mingle, share, and relate...

Life after The Medium

Writing for TIFF, for some, is a journalistic milestone. For Nives Hajdin, this milestone is a reality. Hajdin currently works as TIFF’s editorial coordinator...

Exploring the world of pick up artistry

The Pick Up Artist is an exhibition by Jennifer Lawint, featured at the Art Gallery of Mississauga. The exhibition has an investigative nature: it...

Art in the retrospect

“The Past Is Never Over”—these are among the first words I associate with Canadian artist Libby Hague’s newest exhibition at the Art Gallery of...

The fine line between personal narratives

Excitement was buzzing at the Art Gallery of Mississauga with the opening reception of three new exhibitions: Border Crossings, Souvenir Shop, and walking across,...

How do you want to be remembered?

When the ones we love pass away, there’s a void in our lives. But their stories don’t end when their life does. What if...

An evening with Ed Pien and Mary Ma

Last Thursday night, an opening reception at the Art Gallery of Mississauga premiered their newest fall exhibitions with Ed Pien’s Shadowed Land and Mary...

40 years of divine unity

Currently on display at the Art Gallery of Mississauga is Youngo Verma’s exhibition, Kundalini: Union of the Divine. According to the PDF of the...

Tastes like paint: how to ice a canvas

White oil paint sculpted into cloudlike masses, a hidden-away gallery, eclectic blend of paintings, drawings, and sculptures, and a fusion of Aboriginal and Western...

Stretching the canvas

I enter the dark hallways of Mississauga City Hall, guided by the illuminated AGM. Just a week ago, these halls were bustling with people...
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