The Small Arms Society invites you to this event!!
In celebration of the upcoming restoration of this large-scale urban
industrial heritage building into a future creative hub.
In Situ 2018 – Making Space. Making Place arrives!!
November 8, 9 and 10, 2018
7 pm - 11 pm
Produced by the Small Arms Society/CreativeHub 1352
at the Small Arms Inspection Building located at
1352 Lakeshore Road at Dixie Road in Mississauga.
In Situ, an immersive and interactive event will animate the space and spark your imagination with #music, #photography, #performances, #dance, #installationart, #design and more by some of the GTA’s best-emerging artists!
As an added bonus, the photo exhibit "Morphology" will also be on display for the event.
#morphology #emergingartists #mississauga #artinmisssissauga#heritagebuilding #insitu #lakeview #artfestival #canadianheritage
Bring the kids out for a day of fun!
Port Credit Tricks ‘n’ Treats
Saturday, October 27th, 2018 • 1 pm – 4 pm
Kids wearing costumes are invited to collect yummy treats from participating businesses along Lakeshore Road in Port Credit.
Look for the orange balloons identifying the treat stations. Pazan Gallery will be handing out treats and will have craft tables for the kids.
Win Great Prizes!!!
Search for the Silver Scarecrow located in one of the participating businesses and fill out the attached ballot. Drop the ballot in the drum located at the Municipal Lot at the corner of Elmwood Avenue and Lakeshore Road East for your chance to win.
Download your Trickntreat ballot here!
Please join us on October 13 & 14, 2018 for the 19th annual Lakeshore Art Trail.
This highly anticipated art show is an artistic-community based art show tour. The tour features the finest local, visual artists selling their artworks out of their studios or local businesses located throughout the scenic Mississauga villages of Clarkson and Port Credit.
This year, Marcelo Leonardo Pazán returns to Pazan Gallery with his latest paintings in oil and acrylic. Pazan is both a traditional and a graphic artist. Originally from Cuenca, Ecuador, Pazán now lives in Port Credit. He attended the Faculty of Architectural Sciences at the University of Toronto for one year and then attained a Certificate in Computer Graphics from Toronto’s Academy of Merchandising and Design. Over the past thirty years, Pazán has created a variety of traditional and computer graphic art pieces which have displayed his multifaceted interests in design, colour, and texture.
Pazan worked on creating advertisements for a wide range of clients such a mom and pop shops to multi-national corporations . He now works as a full-time professional artist and is the owner of the Pazán Gallery located in Mississauga.
The Lakeshore Art Trail consists a group of visual artists who enrich the local community, by sharing their talents and passion for art through a unique tour venue.
www.artsonthecredit.caDuring this Free art tour, Marcelo Leonardo Pazán and thirty other artists will be showcasing their art at various locations throughout the scenic village of Port Credit. There will be live music, free draw prizes and much more! Are looking for some fine times then head down to Brant Avenue to buy some fine art. The show start from 11 am to 5 pm on Saturday and from 11 am to 4 pm on Sunday. But Pazan Gallery will be around until 5pm on both days. Lots more information here: www.ArtsOnTheCredit.ca
Marcelo Leonardo Pazan will be showcasing his latest collection of photographs from the Morphology series. This series is an ongoing photographic documentation of the restoration of the wetlands at the old Lakeview Lands. Pazan is one of a few Mississauga photographers selected to participate in the Morphology project. The Morphology photographic exhibit was the brainchild of the late Jim Tovey, Ward 1 councilor for the City of Mississauga. In 2017, Jim wanted to creatively capture the physical transition of the Lakeview Lands from an industrial site into a restored wetland conservation area, a lakefront park, and a modern lakefront neighbourhood. Jim recruited the help of local photographers and convinced the Region of Peel to continue this project till the finish. The Morphology project is scheduled to last for 7 years. Lots more information here: http://www.urbanstrategies.com/project/inspiration-lakeview/