Nocturne: Art at Night has been responsible for some of the most exciting and temporal installations, performances and exhibits our city sees in the run of a calendar year, and it all happens on one night—for free. For its seventh year, artist Eryn Foster selected a group of local and international artists as part of her curatorial program. With the theme of Peripheral Visions, Foster asks us to consider artists and artwork on “the outskirts, the perimeters, the boundaries, the borders, the edges and the margins.” Spend a little time on the outside Saturday, October 18, from 6pm until midnight, and check out Nocturne’s selection of over 70 projects are on view all over Halifax and Dartmouth, including our must-see projects like James Luna’s Ishi: The Archive Performance, Agathe Simon’s Antarctic Spectrum, Leah Garnett’s Drawing on Air and many more.

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