It’s time for a sleepless night, Toronto. Nuit Blanche is finally upon us.
For one night only, on October 5, experience Toronto transformed by hundreds of artists and nearly 90 art projects across the city.
This year’s program responds to one event-wide curatorial theme of Continuum.
According to the City of Toronto, the theme follows “many paths during the event – set against a backdrop of the ever-present renewal of night into day, a continuum of experience and ideas is brought to light by the participating artists.”
With the event spread all around Toronto, it includes the Ontario Science Centre, the ROM, and the Aga Khan Museum.
And besides the all night transit available through the TTC, there are also free, 45-person shuttles that will run connecting the Ontario Science Centre, Aga Khan Museum, the Royal Ontario Museum and Coxwell TTC Station.
- See also:
This year, the Ontario Science Centre welcomes Nuit Blanche Toronto revellers to experience acclaimed Canadian artist Director X’s latest artwork Life of the Earth.
This large-scale projection depicts the past, present and future of the Earth as if seen from space, reflecting on humanity, environmental degradation and Anthropocene extinction.
The Aga Khan Museum will feature dance, music and film.
So get outside tomorrow night!
When: October 5
Time: 7 pm to 7 am
Where: Locations throughout Toronto