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Nuit Blanche 2015


Nuit Blanche is  an annual dusk til dawn contemporary art celebration in Toronto, Canada. This year marked the 10th anniversary of the event and featured over 100 projects. The event featured curated and independent projects that utilized light, sound and mixed media to transform Toronto’s urban landscape for one evening.  Continue reading

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October Events

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It’s officially fall, but the events aren’t slowing down. This October we are celebrating cities and design. Here are just a few events taking place this month:

Nuit Blanche
October 3, 2015
Toronto, CA

Chicago Biennial
October 3, 2015 – January 3, 2016
Chicago, USA

CityLab: Urban Solutions to Global Challenges
October 18 – 20, 2015
London, UK

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Snaps shots from Nuit Blanche 2013

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Nuit Blanche is an evening when the streets of Toronto come alive. From sunset to sunrise, pockets of the city are filled with modern and contemporary art from around the world. This year, my journey thorough the extensive maze began at one end of the city and finished in the center of the action. Continue reading

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From Pop-Ups To Permanent

The Globe and Mail has noted that “Pop-Up” projects or initiatives that are run on a temporary basis in city centres at relatively little expense have come a long way and seem to be catching on around the world. From Copenhagen temporarily closing Strøget Street to cars in the 50’s to Paris currently playing with a range of installations guiding citizens and assisting with ecological initiatives, innovative urban trials are becoming all the rage. Copenhagen never re-opened Strøget Street to traffic and city official in Paris are encouraging feedback to determine which “Pop-Ups” should in fact be made permanent fixtures. Continue reading

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