Thom Sokoloski, Fun House, 2012.
Photography by Gesilayefa Azorbo
Scotiabank Nuit Blanche is a signature event produced by the City of Toronto
Special thanks also to:
The art community and all art enthusiasts for continuing to embrace this Toronto event.
The Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Artistic Advisory Committee, exhibiting artists, curators and collaborators,
the exhibition staff and crew, partnering independent artists, galleries, museums, educational institutions,
cultural centres, BIA's, suppliers, contractors and all of the other venues that opened their doors all
night long to contemporary art.
The Toronto Arts Council, Tourism Toronto, Ontario Arts Council, Conseil des arts et des lettres du
Québec, Celebrate Ontario, Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund and the Canada Council for the Arts.
Our City of Toronto colleagues whose contribution to the planning and delivery of the event is
much appreciated: 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 (Right of Way, Signs & Markings, Traffic Operations).
Venue partners who welcomed the event: Art Gallery of Ontario, Astral Media, Avison Young Property
Management, Bentall Kennedy (Canada) LP, Brookfield Office Properties, Canadian Broadcasting Centre,
Clear Channel, Commerce Court, The Design Exchange, Dundee Place, Toronto Eaton Centre (or Cadillac Fairview
Corporation Limited), Elgin & Wintergarden Theatres, First Canadian Place, GWL Realty Advisors Inc,
Metro Hall, Metropolitan United Church, Northam Realty Advisors Limited, OCAD University, Oxford Properties
Group, Rainbow Cinemas, Redcliff Realty Management Inc., Roy Thompson Hall, Ryerson University, Scotia
Plaza, The Standard Life Centre, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Woodcliffe Properties, Yonge-Dundas Square.
The hundreds of volunteers who offered their time to pull an all-nighter; including the Toronto Youth
Ambassadors Network; and the educators and students who participated in our Arts and Curatorial Internship
program from; the University of Toronto, York University, OCAD University, Ryerson University and George
Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Artistic Advisory Committee
Chair: Sara Diamond
Past-Chair: Kathleen Sharpe
CCCA Documentation Team for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2012