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MAC offers programming for all artistic practices, from professional development workshops to performances and exhibitions, artist opportunities, and MicroGrants.


Our robust communications channels have an audience of 25,000+.
Our arts website, is the go-to destination for local arts news and events.


The MARTY Awards and The MACsquerade Ball engage the community, showcasing amazing artists in Mississauga. Learn how you can contribute to our Events.

What’s New at MAC?

Mississauga Arts Council’s NEW Sauga Neighbourhood Arts Program (SNAP!) provides funding for neighbourhood arts projects across Mississauga.

MAC announces NEW Sauga Neighbourhood Arts Program (SNAP!)

And the winners are….Full house honours local artists for creative excellence at the 29th Mississauga Arts Awards (The MARTYS)

Mississauga’s new Mayor Carolyn Parrish excited 500 artists and supporters at The MARTYS gala awards show by announcing that financial help for the ar…

HUB Highlights – June 2024

Highlights from June 2024's HUB Highlights Newsletters & Artist Spotlights for Sauga City, Anubhav Singh, India Brown, and Treasure Fatile.

Advocacy for the Arts Update – Imagine a Thriving Arts Economy

Letter from MAC ED Mike Douglas on MAC's advocacy efforts, presented to City Council in June 2024.

Neighbours of Mississauga Road: Mississauga Arts Council – The Art of Connection

Neighbours of Mississauga Road Featured Story on Mississauga Arts Council

Sauga Summer Song Contest Success Story: Tennyson King, 2023

Award-winning singer-songwriter Tennyson King recently released his winning demo-turned-track “What a Feeling” as part of 2023 Sauga’s Summer Song Con…

Tickets ON SALE for the 29th Annual Mississauga Arts Awards!

Tickets are ON SALE NOW for the 2024 MARTY Awards on June 26, 2024 – Get yours before they are gone!

HUB Highlights – May 2024

Highlights from May 2024's HUB Highlights Newsletters & Artist Spotlights for Tahira Rajwani, Isabel Hughes, Karen Weiler, and the Pull of Planets

Get Involved with MAC

There are so many ways you can get involved with the Mississauga Arts Council. Participate in a program, attend an event, or apply for an artist call. Let’s work together to support Mississauga’s thriving arts community!

Sauga Arts HUB (formerly Martys HUB) is an arts news and events website for Mississauga’s creative community. Whether you are an artist looking to expand your network, an arts supporter discovering new local creatives, or a venue wanting to promote your events, you can do it on Sauga Arts HUB

Murals with MAC is a neighbourhood beautification project redefining traditional approaches to public art and providing paid opportunities for local artists to create, connect, and celebrate spaces and communities throughout the city!

The Sauga Neighbourhood Arts Program (SNAP!) is a new co-funding initiative that provides financial support to community-led arts programs in celebration of Mississauga’s 50th Anniversary in 2024. Apply for co-funding anytime before November 1, 2024!

MAC’s ArtsCare Pilot Programming provides therapeutic arts programs to benefit those suffering from mental health conditions. Participants will explore artistic forms of expression, mindfulness exercises, and build relationships with other participants through shared creative experiences.

We want to hear from you!

Get in touch with MAC to learn more about membership, MAC programs, sponsor opportunities and so much more!

The Mississauga Arts Council acknowledges that the land on which we gather is part of the Treaty and Traditional Territory of the Mississauga’s of the Credit First Nation, The Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Huron-Wendat and Wyandot Nations. We are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land, and give our respect to these peoples and their ancestors who have been inhabitants of this land since time immemorial. We also recognize that Mississauga is now home to many global Indigenous Peoples.