This video presents Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2014 Highlights.
“Scotiabank Nuit Blanche transformed the city of Toronto on October 4, 2014 with 130 art installations from hundreds of artists. More than a million people explored the exhibitions, including three new neighbourhood locations. Join us on October 3, 2015 for the 10th edition and experience this FREE all-night contemporary art event.”
Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2014, Toronto’s free annual all-night celebration of contemporary art in October, generated an economic impact of about $40.5 million for Toronto.
An estimated attendance exceeding one million people and including close to 200,000 out-of-town visitors.
Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2015
Saturday, October 3, 2015
Toronto’s free all-night contemporary art event. From sunset to sunrise, experience Toronto transformed by artists for one night only. All night long.
This video presents “One Minute Street Party – Song 2 (Nuit Blanche Oct 1, 2011)”:
“Four Parties, Three Intersections, Two Songs, One Speaker
One Minute Street Party throughout Yonge Street in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, during Nuit Blanche 2011
MISSION: 60 Seconds of your day to live life, dance your face off and party like it’s 1990!
FIRST DANCE PARTY: Yonge & Dundas Square (Then Moved onto various intersections south)
DANCE PARTY TIME: 10:30 PM
DANCE PARTY END TIME: 10:31 PM
“For one sleepless night, experience the city transformed by artists for Toronto’s seventh annual sunset-to-sunrise celebration of contemporary art.”
One night only
All night long
Nuit Talks & Symposium 2012
September 27 – 29, 2012
A series of FREE, themed talks that allow for:
contemplation of the creative vision
a behind-the-scenes look at the art and artists of one of North America’s largest contemporary art events
Discussions explore the:
“possible extinction of contemporary art
role of the paranormal in contemporary art”
Curators will share the curatorial and artistic narratives of their exhibition areas
Symposium entitled “Until the End of the World”
On September 29,”three world-renowned philosophers – Arthur Kroker, Brenda Longfellow and Slavoj Žižek – consider the profound ecological and economic issues that confront the Planet in 2012 at Toronto City Hall”