E.M.A.R. LAB, an exhibition and incubation space for emerging artists
JULY 4 – SEPTEMBER 22, 2019
Opening Reception: July 11th, 6pm
NEED A RIDE? Get on the 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.
Featuring works by: Hamzah Amin, Qurat Dar, Tennille Dowers, Howard Hamilton, Ricardo Hernandez, Jassie Justice and Khaula Mazhar.
Emergence: Mississauga Artists Rising, is pleased to present E.M.A.R. LAB, an exhibition and incubation space for emerging artists who reflect the diversity of Mississauga and come from communities that traditionally experience marginalization and barriers in accessing mainstream arts institutions and opportunities. This includes immigrant and refugee artists, 2SLGBTQ+ artists, racialized artists, young artists, and artists who have experienced poverty. Emergence artists offer important narratives to support an environment of exchange, development, and engagement. The Art Gallery of Mississauga is a dynamic and creative platform in support of diversity, inclusivity and learning. We are grateful to the RBC Foundation and the Emergence mentors, Fausta Facciponte, James Fowler and Keith Garebian, for their continued support and dedication to foster and champion a vibrant, dynamic arts community in the city of Mississauga.
Emergence: Mississauga Artists Rising is generously supported by the RBC Emerging Artists Project grant.
300 City Centre Drive
Mississauga, ON L5B 3C1
Free Admission | Donations Appreciated
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**The Art Gallery of Mississauga is temporarily closed**
Tuesday - Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturdays: 12pm – 4pm
Sunday, Monday & Holidays: Closed
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