Nuit Blanche Toronto 2023 Extended Art Projects

To Reflect Everything and Show Nothing by Ryan Van Der Hout

A selection of Nuit Blanche Toronto art projects will remain on display until September 29 as part of the event’s Extended Projects program. Admission is free. For full details including images, locations and hours, please visit the Nuit Blanche website at

Extended projects include:

Etobicoke Extended Projects Sponsored by Humber College

  • Caementarium by Dana Prieto and Reza Nik at Humber College
  • The Mystery of the Twisted Fantasy by Alvin Luong at Assembly Hall
  • Allochory by Stoyan Barakov and Robert McKaye at Humber College

XO, 2023. Rendering by Nathan Whitford.

Downtown Extended Projects

  • Voidz – A Void at IDFK Studio
  • To Be One and Multiple at the Same Time by Krista Belle Stewart at Union Station
  • Your Wish is Your Command by Divya Mehra at David Pecaut Square
  • Toronto Sculpture Garden – To Reflect Everything
  • West Queen West – Koffler Centre of the Arts – The Synagogue at Babyn Yar: Turning the Nightmare of Evil into a Shared Dream of Good
  • Fort York – The Bentway – Staging Grounds & Fountain Monumental
  • Fort York – XO by Nathan Whitford (sponsored by Concord Adex)
  • Fort York – Traces of Us – IC Contemporary, Rihab Essayh, Par Nair, Matthew Davies, Shahrzad Amin, Sasha Shevchenko, Stoyan Barakov
  • East End Arts – Future of the Danforth by (Conrad the Raccoon & Wampum Pride)
  • Onsite Gallery – Tarralik Duffy | Up Front: Inuit Public Art @ Onsite Gallery
  • East Danforth – Story Arts Centre Campus at Centennial College: School of Communications, Media, Arts, and Design – Plant A Seed

Find Face by Christine Sun Kim and Thomas Mader

Scarborough Extended projects Sponsored by Scarborough Town Centre

  • Balangay Starfleet by Leeroy New at the Scarborough Town Centre, Centre Court
  • Mga maiikli ngunit malalim na hininga sa nakakapagbagababag na mundo (Short yet deep breathes in this worrisome world) by Patrick Cruz at the Scarborough Town Centre TASTE MRKT
  • Find Face by Christine Sun Kim and Thomas Mader on Albert Campbell Square

Preparations are currently underway for the event’s 18th edition.

About Nuit Blanche Toronto

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 1600 art installations by approximately 5,800 artists and has generated over $489 million in economic impact for Toronto. Nuit Blanche Toronto on Facebook, on Twitter and on Instagram @NuitBlancheTO.

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