ART GALLERY OF MISSISSAUGA REOPENS


During these many months our lifestyle has changed as we never imagined with the pandemic. Art and Culture has become a huge imprint in our daily lives through a virtual lens. 

It is with great pleasure that we extend our invitation to everyone to join us in person once again as the Art Gallery of Mississauga is open to the public. Safety protocols remain in place, visitors are required to sign in and prescreen. Masks are required at all times while maintaining social distance.

Our members’ opening exhibit reception will be shared very soon! Renew your membership. New membership cards are being sent to current members. Remember your membership entitles you to perks from Perkopolis that you can use at the many vendors in our community as well as VIP invitations to our opening exhibit evenings and free access to other galleries.

 
The Board of Directors and AGM staff

Location

The AGM is located on the ground floor of the Civic Centre building right on Celebration Square, and across the street from Square One Mall and the Living Arts Centre. Closest to South East Entrance.

Parking Information

Street | Underground

Directions

From Toronto: QEW west to Hwy 10 (Hurontario St.). North on Hurontario Street to Burnhamthorpe Road. West on Burnhamthorpe Road to Living Arts Drive. North on Living Arts Drive. Or: Hwy 401 west to Hwy 10 (Hurontario St). South on Hurontario to Burnhamthorpe Road. West on Burnhamthorpe Road. North on Living Arts Drive.

From Hamilton: QEW east to Hwy 10 (Hurontario St.) North on Hurontario Street to Burnhamthorpe Road. West on Burnhamthorpe Road to Living Arts Drive. North on Living Arts Drive. Or: QEW east to Hwy 403 (by Ford Dr). East on Hwy 403 to Centreview/Mavis exit. Take Centreview exit to Duke of York. South on Duke of York to Rathburn Road. West on Rathburn Road to Living Arts Drive. South on Living Arts Drive.

Taking transit from Toronto? Click on the link below for directions, using TTC subway system to Islington Station or the GO train to Kipling Station, then transferring to Mississauga Transit.

Public Transit Links:

Miway | GOtransit | TTC

The AGM also provides free bus service from Toronto for select Opening Receptions.

300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1

(905) 896-5088

Gallery Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 10am – 5pm
Thursdays: 10am – 8pm
Saturday & Sunday: 12am – 4pm
Monday & Holidays: Closed

Contact

agm.connect@mississauga.ca

Admission: Free | Donation

Equity of Access

As a public institution, the Art Gallery of Mississauga is committed to being a leader in supporting diversity, inclusion and an equitable access to all of the groups protected by the Ontario Human Rights Code. These include marginalized members of the community who are living with disabilities, are Indigenous or person of colour or racialized, or self-identify as 2SLGBTQ+.

We are located on the ground-level, with accessible entrance, underground parking and with the only gender-neutral washroom in the Mississauga Civic Centre.

Accessibility and inclusivity is a priority for this space, exhibitions, and public programmes. Our staff and Board are committed to meeting the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code.

Any questions or feedback about the accessibility of this site? Please email us at agm.connect@mississauga.ca.

Address

300 City Centre Drive
Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1
(905) 896-5088

Admission

Free Admission | Donations Appreciated

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION

Charitable #11904 3586 RR 0001

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Gallery Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 10am – 5pm
Thursdays: 10am - 8pm
Saturday & Sunday: 12pm – 4pm
Monday & Holidays: Closed

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The Art Gallery of Mississauga is a guest upon the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. This ancient land is part of the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit and the traditional homelands of the Anishinaabe, Wendat, and Haudenosaunee nations.