Public Volumes Brings Free Art Exhibits and Programming to Mississauga

Joi T Arcand, Amber Motors – Here on Future Earth, 2019

Joi T Arcand, Amber Motors – Here on Future Earth, 2019

Beginning April 6, Public Volumes brings together free exhibitions, public programming and writing that centre around broad interpretations of spatial justice.

The exhibit explores the multiple meanings folded into the spaces of everyday life and those of unexpected circumstance.

Taking place across three sites in Mississauga and featuring collaborations with Koffler.Digital and independent curator Anu Radha Verma, Public Volumes features existing and newly commissioned work from artists working across a range of media.

Click here for more information and a list of all exhibition dates.

In addition to the exhibit, art enthusiasts can take part in the below free bus tours and visit a number of local galleries or explore all three sites of Public Volumes with the artists present.

Contemporary Art Bus Tour, April 6, 2019, 11:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m

This tour picks up and drop offs at Kipling Station and includes visits to Humber Galleries, Art Gallery of Mississauga and Small Arms Inspection Building.

Please email small.arms@mississauga.ca by Friday, April 5 to register.

Dawit L. Petros, Untitled (Epilogue II), Catania, Italy, 2016

Dawit L. Petros, Untitled (Epilogue II), Catania, Italy, 2016

Public Volumes Bus Tour, April 13, 2019, 12:30 to 4:30 p.m

This tour picks up and drops off at Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen St. W) and includes visits to all three sites of Public Volumes: Small Arms Inspection Building, Mississauga City Hall and Bradley Museum.

Please email small.arms@mississauga.ca by Friday, April 12 to register.