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NUIT BLANCHE WINNIPEG is a free all-night exploration and celebration of contemporary art. Because of public health restrictions, for 2021, Nuit Blanche Winnipeg will feature projects that run throughout the Culture Days Manitoba month: September 24 – October 24.

Click on the links below for each project.

Downtown:

Exchange District:

St. Boniface:

The Forks:

Other Neighbourhoods:

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ILLUMINATE THE NIGHT PROJECTS:

Each year, an open call is held for artists to propose pieces that will enhance the audience experience of Nuit Blanche Winnipeg. Projects are selected by a jury of artists and art professionals and are featured in Winnipeg’s downtown core.

This is a call inviting artists working in all artistic mediums to submit projects – performance artists, installation artists, textile artists, graphic designers, media artists, architects and general creative thinkers – with a performance, exhibition or installation that will enthrall, excite and possibly introduce Winnipeggers to something they have never seen or experienced before.

FOR 2021 ALL ILLUMINATE THE NIGHT PROJECTS WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM SEPT. 24 – OCT. 24 (unless otherwise noted).

Exchange District:

The event coincides with Culture Days, an annual, collaborative coast-to-coast-to-coast volunteer movement to raise the awareness, accessibility, participation and engagement of Canadians in the arts and cultural life of their communities. NUIT BLANCHE WINNIPEG events are focused in three main zones: 1. Downtown (including the Winnipeg Art Gallery & Plug In ICA) 2. Exchange District 3. St. Boniface Every year, NUIT BLANCHE WINNIPEG attracts thousands of people to the downtown area to celebrate and experience art.

For more information about the festival: http://nuitblanchewinnipeg.ca/

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