The Residency Program

Providing a blank canvas for people to do what they do best.

A beautiful, collaborative space.

See for yourself. Get in touch to meet us in the building for a tour.

As a Resident in the Small Arms Inspection Building, you can share our newly renovated heritage building with others interested in creation, collaboration and community.

Contribute with your knowledge, skills, and experience.

With a minimal monthly fee, our Residents contribute their skills to give back to the community in exchange for use of the space.

Plan a workshop, host an exhibition, propose a program, and work with other Residents in exchange for the opportunity to work in this stunning open space.

Here, 2+2 can equal 5.

We believe that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.

If you are an artist, environmentalist, historian, activist, or innovator, you can create with us while contributing to growth of the community!


Become a resident.


Meet our past residents.


The Small Arms Society (SAS) is seeking practitioners, individuals and organizations, working in arts, heritage, environmental sciences, technology (innovation) and/or multidisciplinary practices to submit proposals to participate in our Residency Program. ​

As the intention of the Residency Program is to establish a creative community within the building, we are seeking individuals, companies and collectives who are excited about working in this large, shared and flexible space while also contributing to a shared community culture.

Stay Tuned for Our Next Residency Announcement
Residency Start Dates

Residencies begin at various times throughout the year.

Project residents usually propose a specific start and completion date; for this reason, SAS is open to receive project proposals throughout the year. Get in touch to discuss your project.

Longer term residency proposals are considered seasonally with four submission dates per year.

Start dates are flexible. Watch here for the next Residency Call for proposals or get in touch if you have questions.

Site Visits

A schedule of site visits will be made available to help you with your proposal. Watch here for details.

Documents to Read

Please download the following documents, review carefully and submit together with all requested supporting materials.


All applications must be submitted in PDF format online to

Creative Hub 1352 operates at the Small Arms Inspection Building, owned and operated by the City of Mississauga.
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