Special thanks to: The arts community and all art enthusiasts for continuing to embrace this Toronto event.
The exhibiting artists, curators and collaborators, the exhibition staff and crew, partnering independent artists, galleries, museums, institutions, cultural centres, BIA's, suppliers, contractors, the Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Artistic Advisory Committee and all of the venues that opened their doors all night long to contemporary art.
The Toronto Arts Council, Tourism Toronto, Ontario Arts Council, Quebec Conseil des arts et des letters du Quebec, Celebrate Ontario, and the Canada Council for the Arts.
Our City of Toronto departments who contribute to the planning and delivery of the event:
311, Design Services, Economic Development and Culture, Facilities Management, Finance and Administration Division, Information & Technology Division, Municipal Licensing & Standards, Parks, Forestry & Recreation, Solid Waste Management, Toronto EMS, Toronto Fire Services, Toronto Hydro, Toronto Parking Authority, Toronto Police Services, Toronto Public Health, Toronto Transit Commission and Transportation Services.
Venue partners who welcomed the event: Art Gallery of Ontario, Artscape, BATA Shoe Museum, Campbell House Museum, CBRE Limited, Gardiner Museum, OCAD University, The Theatre Centre, CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Toronto Historical Railway Association, Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel, Canadian Forces, Unitpark Management Inc., Fort York National Historic Site.
Volunteers: The hundreds of volunteers who offer their time to pull an all-nighter, including the Toronto Youth Ambassadors Network, and the educators and students from the University of Toronto and George Brown College who participated this year in our Arts and Curatorial Internship program.
Scotiabank Nuit Blanche is produced by the City of Toronto's Economic Development and Culture Division in partnership with Toronto's arts community.
Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Artistic Advisory Committee
Chair: Sara Diamond
Past-Chair: Kathleen Sharpe