Nuit Blanche SaskatoonDon’t miss Saskatoon’s 5th Annual Nuit Blanche! This night-time arts festival has something for all-ages and, best of all, it’s FREE! Nuit Blanche is set to take Riverlanding, Broadway area, and the Saskatoon downtown by storm, utilizing multiple venues and city streets to celebrate contemporary art, dance, theatre, and more.

ALL EXHIBITS will be set from 7 pm on Saturday September 28, 2019 until 1 am Sunday September 29, 2019. Here’s what’s happening in 2019:

Nuit Blanche Saskatoon

Broadway Area Installations

Making Sense of It All. Jordan Baraniecki | Poem Projection

Where: Alley behind Edwards School of Business, 256 3rd Ave South

Rebellious Space. Kyuubi Culture | Luminous materials, twisted wood and performance art

Where: Walkway beside Lulu Lemon, 118 21st St. E

Scummy Magic | Sticker art, fortunes, horoscopes, fun facts, haikus, mad libs and more

Where: In front of Production Light and Sound, 615 10th St. E

Tai Chi. Intercultural Wellness Society | Discussion

Where: In front of Leopold’s Tavern, 616 10th St. E

Life Boats. Cecile Millar | Interactive Boat Making for all-ages

Where: In front of Odla, 737B Broadway Ave.

Dangerous Times. BlackFlash . Randy Grskovic | The art of kissing

Where: Alley behind Freshii, 703 Broadway Ave.

Pilgrims of the North. Michael Farnan, Lori Blondeau, and Adrian Stimson | Panel Discussion

Where: The Refinery, 609 Dufferin Ave.

TBD. Community Dance Stage

Where: In front of Broadway Roastery, 614 Broadway Ave.

Umbra, Penumbra, and Antumbra | Mini glow-in-the-dark city

Where: Saskatchewan Craft Council, 813 Broadway Avenue

Aggregate – A solo exhibition by New Brunswick ceramic artist Darren Emenau

Where: Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery, 813 Broadway Avenue

Downtown Installations

Like a Saw in a Birthday Cake. E. M. Alysse Boyd | Dramatic Performance

Where: Friendship Park

stuck inside a cloud. Ricardo Bizafra | Immersive Inflatable Cloud

Where: Beside Simply Grounded Coffee Gallery, 345 3rd Ave. South

USask Digital and Integrated Practice student projections

Where: West Wall of HSBC Building, 321 21st St. E

Walk the Line. Laura Hale | Large Scale Mixed Media

Where: Alley behind Bon Temps Café, 223 2nd Ave South

Nuit Blanche T-Shirt Printing. Cate Francis | DIY Blank T-shirt Printing (bring your own if you can)

Where: Beside Flint Saloon, 259 2nd Ave South

Our Glass. Jean-Sébastien Gauthier & Dr Brian F. Eames | Hourglass depicting embryonic development in animals

Where: Beside Fionn MacCool’s, 355 2nd Ave S.

Riverlanding Installations

Ghostly. Joseph Anderson  | Large Scale Ghost Illumination

Where: In front of Remai Modern, 102 Spadina Cres E.

True North, a poetic dedication to the North. Saskatoon Indigenous Poets Society | Poetry

Where: River Landing Amphitheatre, 414 Spadina Cres E

Mobile Installations

The Tear Away Series. Jaden Kraus | Interactive Wearables

Where: Moving throughout festival sites (Broadway, River Landing and Downtown)

The Do-Mystics | Feminist New Media, performance and socially engaged art

Where: Moving throughout festival site (Broadway, River Landing and Downtown)

TRUST ME? HERE, NOW. KSAMB Dance Company | Dramatic Performance

Where: Moving throughout festival site (Broadway, River Landing and Downtown)

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