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Nuit Blanche in Toronto isn't just about the official exhibits. A number of groups are also creating so-called renegade exhibits that are not endorsed by the event's programmers. You might not even realize they're happening until you're in the middle of a light show, a forest rave, or a top secret mermaid security camera show.
Check out live VR painting performances, interactive art installations, and DJs spinning until late. All of this will be accompanied by Cheese for the People, a sacred Nuit Blanche tradition of truth-or-dare grilled cheese.
Meet at the southeast corner of Spadina and Bloor, get your bike geared up with lights, sound or whatever else you care to do, and the group will ride off into the night. You'll see art, make noise, and interact with the city on a loose schedule.
Fo over the 12 hours of Nuit Blanche, The Department will unveil three new signs to commemorate overlooked civic sites. Sites including Queen's Park, Toronto Libraries, and a unique palliative care hospice that closed in 2013.