Sunday Supplement: Nuit Blanche edition
Sunday Supplement usually rounds up the week's most important, amusing and link-worthy news stories, but this week is devoted to Toronto's all night art-fest, Nuit Blanche.
Last Nuit Blanche before future Mayor Rob Ford moves it to a daytime event in a Beer Store parking lot on the Queensway #snbTO (via @chris_wardman).
#snbto majority of tweets give last night tepid reviews at best. Hope Scotia team is listening. Pull up your socks kids! #quality! (via @gogogooding).
Despite all the fanfare, found Nuit Blanche seriously underwhelming. Saw more commercial vendors than actual exhibits. #snbTO (via @vietecstasy).
As #snbTO comes to close congrats to all the artists organizers & attendees (who weren't drunk high or stupid). @danlanois was #1 (via @mhp).
Just got sexually harassed in the ROM. Only tonight are there drunk twenty somethings in a museum. #snbTO (via @Scaachi).
To the douche with the hipster fur lined leather jacket @thegladstone air it out after you overpay at the thrift shop mothballs=yuk #snbto (via @craz11).
Just saw guys playing streetfighter using a set of drums and a piano. Fucking blew my mind. #snbto (via @iamunr).
I've never heard so many guys say, "Are you close?" in one night. #snbto (via @mmccn).
Lots of performance art on Toronto sidewalks for Nuit Blanche: Puke. #snbTO (via @ColinDMello).
Tim Hortons Art Instillation #snbTO (via @nadiyashah, photo below).
133 - The number of exhibits at Nuit Blanche 2010
One million - Estimated number of Nuit Blanche participants.
600 - The number of volunteers.
7:17 a.m. - Sunrise in Toronto this morning.
Nearly 2000 - The number of artists who've shown at Nuit Blanche since its inception.
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Lead photo of Zone C by Derek Flack, courtesy of the City of Toronto.
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