Upcoming Shows, Sales and Exhibitions

Help us keep the arts community up-to-date with any ceramics-related shows and exhibitions. Email us at info@mississaugapotters.com and we will post it on our website.

  • State of Being (of the Current Situation) 
    State of Being's Website 
    Visual Arts Mississauga’s Creative Residents (VCR) 2020 presents their exhibit, State of Being (of the Current Situation). This virtual exhibition reflects the current, ongoing narrative that each resident must face – whether that is the capturing of information through a technical application, a question of human existence, an analysis of the self through a fractured lens, or of the shamefulness our society implicates on its elderly population. 
    Click here to view the exhibit.
  • In the MIX! | May 20 - June 16
    Headwaters Arts Website 
    Headwaters Arts invites you to enjoy In the MIX!, it’s second virtual gallery tour. In this exhibition, Headwaters invited artists to submit works that were done with “mixed media”. From one form, style, and medium to the next, the alchemy has worked its magic with this vibrant mixed-media exhibit. This exciting and multi-dimensional show will excite your imagination with the endless possibilities explore by the several artist members.
    Click here to view the exhibit.

Lakeview Farmers Market - July through September

We are currently organizing the First year of the Lakeview Farmers Market at the historic Small Arms building. It is a beautiful space owned by the City of Mississauga . It is at Dixie and Lakeshore surrounded by acres of green space, walking trails and near Lake Ontario. Although the Farmers market is on every Sunday through the summer ending at Thanksgiving we want to incorporate and highlight an artisan, crafter component at the market to be held on the last Sunday of June, July August and September. It would accommodate many crafters inside a light filled air conditioned space.

Vendors can sign up for one or all four dates. Time is 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sundays. There is parking for 150 cars .
Cost:  $45 for a 10 by 10 space per Sunday. We would provide a 6 foot table and chair.

For More Information, contact: 

Jennifer James

Exhibition - A New Light: Canadian Women Artists

February 7 to April 30, 2020 - Washington, D.C.

Kathy Kranias' ceramic sculptures, Invisibility Cloak 1 (2018) and Growing Wings (2017), are represented among diverse work by Canadian and Indigenous leaders in contemporary art. 

For more details visit the Embassy website:  https://www.international.gc.ca/country-pays/us-eu/art_gallery-galerie_art/2020-02-11-WSHDC-gallery.aspx?lang=eng

Attached press release and images courtesy of the Embassy of Canada.


Please visit Kathy's website for details about her new work: https://www.kathykranias.com/new-work

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