The Mississauga Art Society (MAS) is a group of twenty-two fine artists based in Ontario, Canada. Diversity is the word used to describe this group whose work is diverse in medium, style and subject matter.
The society was formed in 1955 as a painting class taught by Alex Miller and is now recognized as being the oldest in the region. Over the years, MAS has evolved into a forum of artists, and during this time, the society has undergone several name changes.
Mississauga Art Society currently comprises of twenty-two artists who regularly meet at Visual Arts Mississauga to paint, share ideas and critique each other's work. Art demonstrations in the community are often presented by its members. The society also holds an annual Spring and Fall Show at Visual Arts Mississauga in addition to other venues, where approximately 100 new works are on display at each show.