Nuit Blanche Deux Milles Sept: Submission Time!


Remember Nuit Blanche last year? Did you think that whole Fog in the Park thing was just "m'eh"? Would you have done more than just "hang notes on trees"?

I myself know I couldn't have done better, but I don't speak for everyone. If you think you've got the chops to make your mark during Toronto's favorite all-night-long city-wide art show, calls for submissions are officially open for this year's iteration.

Like last year's superb effort, the show lasts from sunset to sunrise, and all events will be 100% free of charge for public access. Hit the jump for more direct links to submission forms and guidelines.

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The official Nuit Blanche 2007 page can be found here, and has links to documents for anyone interested in participating. Alternatively, you can check the links below if you're all impatient and whatnot.

Independent Projects Submission Guidelines
Independent Projects Submission Form

Open Call Projects Submission Guidelines
Open Call Projects Submission Form

More information regarding submissions can be had if you email nuitblanche@toronto.ca, or if you would like to volunteer to help keep things running smoothly, get in contact via spevvol@toronto.ca.

Someone needs to have a huge game of Pacman going through the downtown core. And I need to play the part of Blinky, for various reasons that we need not go into right now.

Image by Scienceduck, last year's BlogTO Nuit Blanche Photo Contest winner.


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