NORDIC LIGHTS: A Fun Series of Light Art Installations at Toronto’s Waterfront
Exciting new art installations are coming to Toronto’s waterfront called, Nordic Lights, a part of Nordic Bridges, a national initiative led by Harbourfront Centre in Toronto and supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers, will connect hundreds of creators from Canada and the Nordic Region throughout 2022 in a year-long exchange of art, culture, and ideas.
With key programming pillars of artistic innovation, accessibility and inclusion, Indigenous perspectives, and resilience and sustainability, Nordic Bridges aims to inspire artists and audiences from coast to coast to coast. From January to December, the initiative will spark dialogue between Canadian audiences and artists while highlighting Nordic innovation.
Learn more about Nordic Lights programming happening across Canada in 2022 here.
NORDIC LIGHTS, is a free, outdoor series of light installations opening at Harbourfront Centre (Toronto) on January 27, 2022, and invites Canadians to discover the best of Nordic contemporary light art this winter. This world premiere from the team behind groundbreaking Norwegian light festival FJORD OSLO is a unique immersive collaboration by leading visual artists, and lighting and video designers from Canada, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark, and is co-produced by Fjord Studio. The light installation will be available until February 13, 2022.
You can also check out other Toronto programming happening such as film screenings with the Toronto International Film Festival, a group art exhibition curated by DesignTO, and a free monthly series of talks at Harbourfront Centre called Nordic Talks.
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For more information about Nordic Bridges visit NordicBridges.ca
COUNTDOWN TO NORDIC LIGHTS