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St. Joseph’s College and Monsignor Fraser College Nuit Blanche Installations 2018

On Saturday, September 29 until the early hours of Sunday, September 30, St. Joseph’s College and Monsignor Fraser College (Isabella campus), participated in Nuit Blanche with two captivating installations. Details of their art exhibits are below:
St. Joseph’s College – Ghost School Art Installation - After sunset and into the early hours of the next day, St. Joseph’s relived the past. Images of moments that connected with the school’s history and with Toronto’s early development was projected onto the site of its old structure. The school also relived it’s past with the brown and gold ball which was an event held annually held by the school (a long standing tradition that ended in the early 1970’s). With the use of projections of past images, through the years, the west side school parking lot transformed into an outdoor ballroom with music and dancing, students and teachers in drama role-play, and fruit punch.
Monsignor Fraser College Isabella Campus - Wired for Progress Art Installation - Spectators who visited this interactive installation travelled through time. Images from the past greeted them and held their interest until they behold their transformation – a labyrinth of reconfigured remnants. Wired for Progress was created from dismantled pieces of the MFC 2017 Nuit Blanche Toronto installation. The new narrative that emerged from its reconfigured parts illustrated that progress hinges on the ability to disrupt the past and embrace change.

Congratulations to all students and staff involved for executing exhibits that were enjoyed by the masses during Nuit Blanche!


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