Nocturne 2017: Shimmer and shine

The 10th annual Art at Night is an amazing act of slow magic that unfolds across the city Saturday evening.

The story-telling tent city of Trophy is featured in this detail from The Coast newspaper version's cover.
The story-telling tent city of Trophy is featured in this detail from The Coast newspaper version's cover.

On Saturday, October 14, the 10th annual Nocturne: Art at Night casts its light across Halifax and Dartmouth for an evening of innovative, immersive, interactive installations. Featuring over 100 exhibitions across five zones, you’ve got just six hours on Saturday to soak up all the culture you can. This year’s theme is vanish—“an act of slow magic”—so get out there, and disappear.

For the complete guide to all that is Nocturne, click with the official site here. In case that's overwhelming, we've put together a sampling of picks. You can read them below by clicking the name of the project.

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