Nuit Blanche, Toronto’s free all-night celebration of contemporary art, returns this fall for its 16th edition beginning at sunset on October 1.
The full program will be unveiled by Deputy Mayor and Chair of the Economic and Community Development Committee Michael Thompson (Scarborough Centre), Nuit Blanche Artistic Director Dr. Julie Nagam, Afrofuturist artist Adeyemi Adegbesan, multidisciplinary artist Meera Sethi and Vice-President of External Affairs and Professional Learning at Humber College Kelly Jackson.
Date: Thursday, July 28
Time: 10 a.m.
Location: Assembly Hall, 1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive, Etobicoke.
Please note: construction along the Kipling Avenue/Lake Shore Boulevard intersection could impact travel times. Please plan ahead. More details are available on the City’s Lake Shore Boulevard West Construction webpage.
Nuit Blanche Toronto is the city’s annual all-night celebration of contemporary art, produced by the City of Toronto in collaboration with Toronto’s arts community. Since 2006, this award-winning event has featured more than 1,600 art installations by approximately 5,800 artists and has generated more than $443 million in economic impact for Toronto. Information and updates are available on the City’s Nuit Blanche webpage, on Facebook, on Twitter, on Instagram. The event hashtag is #nbTO22.
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