Saturday, September 30, 2006

Nuit Blanche + Toronto + Live With Culture 2006

IDIO-AUDIO Radio and CKLN 88.1 FM welcome LIve With Culture to Toronto.

i'll be performing with istvan around seven across the gladstone, then the night swim, then at 5 am at the bellwoods there is an... shhh, a V.I.P. luncheon, i heard, with wood and refereshments of all sorts. cheers,


Nuit Blanche Toronto 2006 links:

Sept 30- Oct 1 Nuit BlancheToronto joins the international ranks of Brussels, Rome, Madrid and Paris to become the most recent Nuit Blanche city. For one sleepless night experience Toronto transformed by artists. Explore galleries and museums. Discover art in unexpected places, from street corners and parks, to car washes and swimming pools. One night only. All night long. Various locations or call 416-338-0338 <City of Toronto

NIGHT SWIM is a cross between a sound and light installation, a music festival and a swimming pool party which will be held from sunset till sunrise at the Trinity Bellwoods Community Centre swimming pool in Toronto on Saturday September 30, 2006.
Night Swim

Screenings of Revolutionary Song, 2005, Chanson a mourir, 1989 and live performance by Istvan Kantor, recipient of the 2004 Governor General's Award for Visual and Media Arts.

From sunset at 7:01 pm on September 30 to sunrise at 7:15 am October 1, 2006
Make OCAD your destination during Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, an all-night city-wide celebration of exhibitions, live performances and creative programs throughout Toronto. The event runs from dusk to dawn starting at 7:01 pm on September 30, 2006.

From sunset on Saturday, September 30 (7:01 pm) until sunrise on Sunday, October 1 the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is proud to participate in Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, a signature event of the City of Toronto’s Live with Culture campaign. The ROM’s programme, Noche en Havana, a special night of free programming, is centred around the Museum’s contemporary art exhibition Carlos Garaicoa, presented by Sentry Select Capital Corp. and organized by The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles.

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