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Sponsors And Partners

Special thanks to the Toronto Art community and all art enthusiasts for continuing to embrace this event.

Thank you to the exhibiting artists, curators and collaborators, the exhibition staff and crew, partnering independent artists, galleries, museums, institutions, cultural centres, BIAs, suppliers, contractors, the Nuit Blanche Artistic Advisory Committee and all of the venues that open their doors all night long to contemporary art.

The Toronto Arts Council, Tourism Toronto, Celebrate Ontario, OCAF, Ontario Arts Council, the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Consulate General of Italy - Toronto, The Consulate General of Italy - Cultural Section, Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Toronto and the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

The 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 welcome the event: 401 Richmond (Urbanspace Property Group), 519 Church, Aga Khan Museum and Ismaili Center of Toronto, Allied Properties Reit (QRC West), Art Gallery of Ontario - AGO, Artscape Sandbox, Artscape Youngplace, Bata Shoe Museum, Brookfield Properties, Campbell House Museum, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Church of the Holy Trinity, Design Exchange, Gardiner Museum, Gladstone Hotel, GWL, Harbourfront Centre, Infrastructure Ontario and Osmington (Union Station) Inc., Katana on Bay, Markham House, Michael's, Monsignor Fraser College, OCAD University, Radisson Admiral Hotel Toronto - Harbourfront, Ryerson Artspace, Ryerson University Department of Architectural Science, Sensorium / York University, St. Joseph's College School, St. Matthews United Church, The Bloor Street Cultural Corridor, The Deaf Cultural Centre,  The Drake Hotel, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, The Royal Conservatory of Music, Sonic Boom, WaterPark Place and Oxford Properties Group, University of Toronto Schools, Westbank (19 Duncan), Winchester Public School, Whippersnapper Gallery, University of Toronto, Waterfront Toronto, The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company, George Brown College - Waterfront Campus, YCC No. 288 at 33 Harbour Square, WaterPark Place and Oxford Properties Group, and Westin Harbour Castle.

Volunteers: Thank you to 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: Centennial College, Durham College, George Brown College, Humber College, Ontario College of Art and Design University and Ryerson University who participated this year in our Student Placement program.

Nuit Blanche is produced by the City of Toronto's Economic Development and Culture Division in partnership with Toronto's Art community.

Nuit Blanche Artistic Advisory Committee

Chair: Sara Diamond
Past-Chair: Kathleen Sharpe
Francisco Alvarez
Dave Dyment
Clara Hargittay
Gaëtane Verna
Camilla Singh
Carolyn Vesely