Workshop: Mending the Past with Carolanne Graham | August 2, 6 - 8 PM



Textile artist Carolanne Graham leads a workshop on visible mending. Bring that favourite pair of jeans that have a hole in them (or another damaged clothing item made of woven fabric), learn how to beautifully repair them, and join a conversation on sustainability, recycling, and the value of essential skills like sewing!

Additional sewing materials will be provided. This workshop is suitable for participants aged 10 and up. Some sewing experience is useful but not required.












QTBIPOC Crafting | August 11, 1 - 3 PM

FREE | Barrier-Free Space | All Gender Washroom | Tea and Snacks Provided


In collaboration with QTBIPOC sauga, the AGM is hosting an afternoon of crafting, conversation and connection! Join us for a low-key crafting session where we will explore though conversation and arts concepts of “pride,” borders, and emergencies – themes that relate to the AGM’s current exhibitions. 

QTBIPOC sauga is a grassroots gathering of queer, trans, Black, Indigenous and people of colour communities from across Peel.

For information, contact Anu Radha Verma, Community Arts Curator for Social Change: anuradha.verma@mississauga.ca










Closing Celebration of Summer Exhibitions | August 25, 1 - 4 PM

FREE | Barrier-Free Space | All Gender Washroom | Refreshments Provided

For the past seven weeks, artists from our Summer exhibitions have been working with diverse Mississauga residents and communities to create and animate our evolving, interactive gallery - border crossings: travelling along the in between, exploring and expressing differing and intersecting border crossing stories.

Come to the AGM on Saturday afternoon for the Closing Celebration of this project and our Summer Exhibitions, Lisa Hirmer’s In Case of Emergency and UNRULY: Jasmine Noseworthy Persaud | Harmeet Rehal in the XIT-RM. Spend time with the exhibitions, listen to the stories, share your own story. Enjoy some refreshments and join us as we bid farewell to our summer exhibitions!





Bonnie Devine | Circles and Lines: Michi Saagiig

Opening Reception and Artist Talk | September 6, 6 - 9 PM

FREE | Barrier-Free Space | All Gender Washroom | Refreshments Provided


Coming from Toronto and need a ride? Get on our FREE SHUTTLE BUS from Artscape Youngplace (180 Shaw Street, Toronto) departing at 6 PM. Bus leaves the AGM at 8:30 PM for return trip to Toronto. RSVP on Eventbrite to reserve your seat!


This project uses various media and mapping strategies to explore the complex colonial histories of the north shores of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, which include the cities of Mississauga and Toronto and the traditional territories of the Michi Saagiig (Mississauga) and the Haudenosaunee (Six Nations of the Grand River). Through the combination of a series of scrolls, maps, media, and braided reeds, Circles and Lines: Michi Saagig aims to reconnect and ground us on the traditional territory and land we benefit from, live on, and call home.


Bonnie Devine and Guest Curator Raven Davis will discuss the exhibition, Circles and Lines: Michi Saagiig.