The Neon Factory was crowded with viewers from the moment it opened on September 30. People from all over Winnipeg came to say goodbye to the building before it closes down for good.
Stephen Wasylenko, 25, and Tessa Gauthier, 22, took the tour through the Neon Graveyard during Nuit Blanche.
“This will be my first and last time in this building,” said Gauthier.
The Neon Factory showcased it’s beautiful and bizarre pieces, lighting up the building in a sea of bright colours.
Friends Kalena, Rebekah and Janna took part in the free hip hop class during Nuit Blanche on Friday night. They were front row, leading the pack of almost two hundred people.
Janna Rutherford sang and danced along to every song that played.
Drag Queen, Pharaoh Moans struts her stuff around The Exchange District during the night of Nuit Blanche, which she says is one of her favourite nights of the whole year.
She spent most of her evening cheering on her friends, and encouraging others to join in.
“This is my first time at Nuit Blanche,” Taylor Kist, age 19, said. “I really love the interactive pieces.”
Moths to a Flame was created by artist Warren Carther. It shone brightly in front of Travel Manitoba at The Forks Market, stopping viewers in their tracks.
Meighan Giesbrecht and Tia Watson designed PEG, a special map of Winnipeg, in hopes of creating a memory with their piece. Passersby exchanged a peg souvenir for a memory in this interactive exhibit.