We are fortunate enough to have some exciting installations in Ward 14 this year for Nuit Blanche. Grab your friends, family, and neighbours and check out some of the works on Queen St.!
Along with the events on Queen St, The Revue Cinema will also be hosting a Nuit Blanche event on Roncesvalles.
“The Film Buff, Roncesvalles’ popular video store, is underwriting an all-night Nuit Blanche event at The Revue on Saturday, Sep . 29, starting at 7 p.m.
So, come to The Revue at night or in the wee hours of the morning. Sit down. Relax. Enjoy some popcorn.
And travel to many Nuit Blanche events through the work of artist and filmmaker Lisa Anita Wegner. She’ll be “pixel painting”, digitally transforming images of the work and performances of other Nuit Blanche participants, which will be transmitted to The Revue. You’ll be able to watch the process on The Revue’s big screen. ”
If you are curious about the other events happening around the city please see the full program schedule which was posted earlier on the Park Post at:
Nuit Blanche Tips:
“From sunset at 7:03 p.m. on Saturday, September 29 to sunrise on Sunday, September 30, Toronto’s all night celebration of contemporary art once again returns to the city’s streets.
My Night planner: People can plan ahead using the My Night itinerary planner to create their own list of must see projects, take it with them, and share it with others on their mobile devices. Register and find out more information about My Night athttp://scotiabanknuitblanche.ca/visitors/login.shtml. Event guide and map: Pick up a copy at Toronto City Hall main lobby.
During the night:
Use the optimized mobile website streamlined to help navigate during the event, utilizing GPS to get around, find information and projects:http://www.scotiabanknuitblanche.ca . Additional information on the optimized mobile website can be found athttp://www.scotiabanknuitblanche.ca/connect/nuit-mobile.html . Event updates will also be available on Twitter at @sbnuitblancheTO, #snbTO throughout the night.
This year for the first time there is a concentration of City-produced projects along King Street from Peter Street in the west to Jarvis Street in the east. Art installations in this area are easily accessible from St. Andrew and King Street subway stations.
Take advantage of all-night TTC service on part of the subway system, extended GO Transit service and the car free zones. People are advised to park the car and to explore the event by foot and on public transit.
Special TTC services:
In addition to the regular all-night Blue Night Network service, the TTC is expanding its all-night service to a portion of the subway. The Bloor-Danforth subway will run from Keele to Woodbine stations and the Yonge-University subway will run from St Clair West to Eglinton stations. The last train leaves at 7 a.m. Free all-night parking is available at select TTC Commuter parking lots.
The TTC is offering a Scotiabank Nuit Blanche special event pass (day pass) on sale at TTC collector booths for $10.50. It is valid for travel from the start of service Saturday September 29, until 9 a.m. on Sunday, September 30. Please see:http://www.scotiabanknuitblanche.ca/plan-ahead/getting-around.html
Special GO Transit services:
To accommodate the late-night festivities, GO is running extra trains to and from Union Station on the following GO train lines: Lakeshore West – Lakeshore East, Barrie – Milton, Richmond Hill – Kitchener.
GO Transit group pass:
The Group Pass purchased Saturday, September 29 is valid for the extra homebound train trips on Sunday, September 30. Details and schedules can be found here:http://www.gotransit.com/public/en/updates/schedulechanges.aspx
Toronto Parking Authority:
The Toronto Parking Authority provides safe, attractive, conveniently located and competitively priced off and on-street public parking. Green P parking will get you closer to Scotiabank Nuit Blanche activities. Find your perfect spot with Green P’s parking app at greenp.com
Road closures will be in effect due to expected attendance, art installations and efforts to promote a green, pedestrian-friendly event. Portions of Yonge Street, Bay Street, Queen Street, and new this year sections of King Street and Church Street will be closed to vehicular traffic providing safe and easy access for pedestrians to many projects. For more information, visit:http://scotiabanknuitblanche.ca/gettingAround.shtml.
Complete information on and getting to, around and home from the event can be found online at http://www.scotiabanknuitblanche.ca/plan-ahead/getting-around.html