Are you an art lover? Can you appreciate interesting art pieces fro across the globe? Then you should be excited for the return of an event in the city centre that showcases said artists.

Art on the Screens is an annual event that comes to Mississauga’s Celebration Square. The series presents digital, screen-based works by local, national, and international artists on the big outdoor screen at Celebration Square.

The event runs all summer long and has already begun. From now until September, there will be various artists shown on the big screens. You can watch the art on the screens, and they provide a great backdrop for relaxing, reading, or eating some food in the Square. Heck, you may even feel inspired.

So if you want to experience some great art, then head to Celebration Square anytime in the next few months. We’ve included the full event schedule below, courtesy of the City of Mississauga Public Art Program. See you there!

Juried Artists – July to September
“This year’s line-up of juried artists includes: Brad Necyk, Claire Bennett, Matt Greenwood, Sarah Fuller, and Vardit Goldner. Works by these national and international artists will be exhibited throughout the summer on selected Mondays and Fridays from July to September 2019.”

Made in Mississauga – August 5, 2019 at 8:00pm
“The City of Mississauga Public Art Program and Visual Arts Mississauga have partnered to bring you a special Art on the Screens night to showcase local visual artists.”

Tia & Piujuq presented by imagineNATIVE – August 12, 2019 at 8:00pm
“Directed by Lucy Tulugajuk, Tia & Piujuq tells the story of a young Syrian girl new to Montreal who accidentally travels through a magic portal and meets an Inuk girl. Presented in partnership by imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival and the City of Mississauga Public Art Program, this special screening also features a short film by Mohawk filmmaker Kanerahtens Bush.”

Winnipeg Film Group Showcase – September 9, 2019 at 8:00pm
“Partnering with the City of Mississauga Public Art Program, the Winnipeg Film Group will showcase four works: Biidaaban by Amanda Strong, Seasick by Eva Cvicjanovic, HILA by Adam Bentley, and nature mother by Delf Gravert.”