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- Mississauga Mediamakers Event
- Thu Jul 12
- The Living Arts Centre - Mississauga
Meet the Mediamakers of Mississauga (Rogers Theatre, Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living Arts Dr.): There has never been a better time to be an artist in the city of Mississauga! Produced by the Mississauga Arts Council, the first annual Mississauga Mediamakers Event will be coming to the Living Arts Centre this July 12, 2012 and the call for submissions has officially been opened to all filmmakers. There will be a fantastic evening full of entertainment, provided by Mississauga's own creative media makers. The event will feature a showcase of independent film and video and a chance for movie discussion with Mississauga's film industry professionals. The Mississauga Mediamakers event is doubling as a benefit for the Canadian Deafblind Association of Ontario. Come out and experience Mississauga's finest media works, meet with the artists behind the material and donate to the less fortunate who are unable to truly enjoy the art of the moving image. The deadline for submissions is June 20, 2012. For more information on this event or if you would like to have any of your media work presented, please get in touch with Luiza at the Mississauga Arts Council by calling her at 905-615-4212 or emailing email@example.com. (www.mississaugaartscouncil.com).
- The Living Arts Centre - Website
- 4141 Living Arts Drive
- L5B 4B8
Serving as an important resource for the arts, education and business, Living Arts Centre features over 225,000 square feet of multiple performance venues, studio spaces and exhibition display areas. The two main performing arts venues – Hammerson Hall and The RBC Theatre - are the site for a range of arts, cultural and entertainment events presented by both the Living Arts Centre and community partners. The Centre’s seven craft/arts studios are the home of professional Resident Artists and also feature dozens of recreational classes for all ages. Laidlaw Hall features constantly changing art exhibitions. The meeting and conference rooms are utilized by community organizations and businesses for a variety of events, from church services, to luncheon meetings, to international videoconference business meetings. The Living Arts Centre was built with generous contributions from hundreds of corporations, community organizations, individuals, as well as support from the City of Mississauga and the federal government.
The Living Arts Centre proudly serves as the performance outlet for dozens of Mississauga arts organizations and community cultural groups, including the Mississauga Choral Society, Mississauga Symphony Orchestra, Mississauga International Children`s Festival and 30 Community Organizations.
From performances of local, national and international artists and entertainers, to business and conference events, to intriguing art exhibits and community classes in a variety of arts and crafts, the Living Arts Centre is a destination for people from all walks of life.
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