Toronto’s Scotiabank Nuit Blanche turns 10 this year and The Wild North is looking forward to exploring the 110 contemporary art projects throughout the city by 400 artists this Saturday, October 3, 2015 from sunset to sunrise! The event is free and this year you can experience Exhibition Projects, Independent Projects, and Special Projects. Too many to list here, but follow this link and you will find information about the art, artists, and art project locations:

No need to wander aimlessly around the city trying to find project locations, Scotiabank Nuit Blanche has created a handy digital guide for you to use the night of the event to help you navigate the city streets and find the installations you want to see.  Projects can be located using GPS so you can easily find the ones closest to you.  Follow this link for details:

Need to refuel after wandering around the city?  Check out Where to Eat and Rest at Nuit Blanche here:

Feeling lost in the big city?  Don’t worry, volunteers at various Information Centres located around the city will get you back on track and point you in the right direction.  Union Station and Nathan Phillips are just two of these locations. 


Remember to bundle up, stay warm, and keep hydrated throughout the night! #LIVETHEWINTER