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Nuit Blanche has come a long way since its origins in Paris in the 80’s. First held in Canada in Montreal in 2003 and now hosted by 10 cities across Canada, the annual all-night event is one of the most accessible opportunities to celebrate contemporary creative culture in Canada. While the major cultural hubs such as Toronto and Montreal receive attention for their iterations of the event, each Nuit Blanche has its own personality and some of Canada’s smaller cities are putting on the most unique and engaging events. One such city is Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Nuit Blanche Saskatoon is a free, all-ages, night-time arts festival. October 1, 2016, marked the third Nuit Blanche held in Saskatoon, and explored a unique theme, ‘Creative Cuisine as Agent of Change.’ Over 20 unique art installations attracted over 10,000 people to Victoria Park, in the revitalized neighbourhood of Riversdale, to see how artists could explore food and its accompanying culture.
Have you ever been to a bison pie cooking class while a movie was projected on the walls? Neither had we.
Give them your food order and they printed off images of your meal on site. Now that is what we call service.
Have you every thought about how much you contribute to the global waste problem? This structure made from recycled styrofoam cups and paper boxes helped us all do just that.
The Bridges Arts Movement (BAM) always has an installation worth talking about. This year was nothing short of that.
Planning for Nuit Blanche Saskatoon 2017 is already underway. Here’s everything you need to know to attend the amazing event next year.
What: Nuit Blanche, Saskatoon. A free all-night art show and event to celebrate contemporary creative culture.
Why: Unique locations and venues only accessible by night, a glimpse of some of Canada’s brightest artists, food trucks, beer stands, and thousands of people.
When: October 1, 2016. Next years Nuit Blanche date is yet to be announced, but anticipate a similar time.
How: The event is free, but if you’re visiting Saskatoon, you might want to stay in a nearby hotel where you can sleep the following day away like you’re the Dracula of the prairies. We recommend the Delta Bessborough, Radisson Hotel, Sheraton Cavalier. which area all in walking distance to Victoria Park.