Nuit Blanche Toronto 2020

An online all-night contemporary art event.

Toronto’s free all-night contemporary art event will move its 2020 event online with expanded digital content and special online events on the night of October 3 from 7 pm to 7 am.

Nuit Blanche 2020 will be reimagined and tailored to fit the moment. Under the two-year curatorial theme, The Space Between Us, Artistic Director Julie Nagam will focus on the connections across urban, polar and pacific landscapes revealing the space between us as a potential site for sharing knowledge.

More info at http://toronto.ca/nbto

Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival

The 4th annual Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival runs October 1–10, 2020 and films will be available both online and for a few select films, in-theatre at the historic Revue Cinema in Roncesvalles Village. View the Festival Film Guide for information on the full selection of films to be screened at this year’s Festival.

Tickets for the online component of the Festival range in price from $6–$9 for single screenings, or $75 for an all-access pass and can be purchased online at torontomotofilmfest.com/tickets

Dusk Dances 2020: A virtual edition

Join us for the very first Dusk Dances virtual event, October 17 at 7:30 pm (recording available till November 17). Our host extraordinaire, Coach Tanguay, will lead you to four exquisite dance pieces featuring choreographers Santee Smith, Carmen Romero, Julia Aplin and Karen Kaeja. Film directed and edited by William Yong.

Online event – for link, visit duskdances.ca or follow our social media (@duskdances)