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Nuit Blanche : practical informations

Mise à jour le 22/02/2024
Nuit Blanche 2022
Let us be your guide to this 21st edition of White Night, which is set to take place on the night of 1 to 2 October 2022. Where to find information, how to get to works and sites in Paris and Greater Paris, the best itineraries for families, etc. You’ll find everything you need to know on this page.

Where to get information

On the web

View the White Night programme on nuitblanche.paris. Accessible on your computer, tablet or smartphone.
Get live info on Facebook: @NBPiris, @quefaireaparis, and @paris
Share your photos and videos with the #nuitblanche and #paris_mavllle hashtags

Info points

Before Nuit Blanche :
Paris Rendez-Vous: 29, rue de Rivoli (10 a.m. – 7 p.m.)
1st october :
• City Hall forecourt (7 p.m. – 1 a.m.)
• Place du Châtelet (7 p.m. – 1 a.m.)
• Nelson Mandela Garden (7 p.m. – 1 a.m.)
• In front of the Charléty Stadium (7 p.m. – 1 a.m.)
• Galerie de la Villette (7 p.m. – 1 a.m.)

Cultural mediators

Go and meet them if you want information on works or need to ask for directions. You’ll find cultural mediators at information points and near the works themselves. You’ll recognise them by their pink windbreakers.
With the support of MAIF, cultural mediation sponsor for White Night 2022.

Giant info labels

To find out more about the artists and their creative processes, look for the labels placed near various of the works. They were created by the S.S. Design Studio and are truly emblematic of the Night!

How to find your way and get around

The map @Nuitblanche on MAPSTR

To find all the programme’s addresses and information on the works directly on your smartphone: maptsr.com/map/nuitblanche (free application available on IOS and Android).

AIR LIQUIDE & TOYOTA SHUTTLES

Zero-emission hydrogen shuttles are made available to the White Night public free of charge (priority access for people with reduced mobility, the elderly and pregnant women). The shuttles serve the itinerary’s three main areas.
▶ the City Hall (rue de Lobau)
▶ Charléty Stadium (avenue Pierre de Coubertin)
▶ La Villette (193 avenue de la Porte de Pantin)
In partnership with Air Liquide and Toyota. Zero CO2 emissions throughout the distance travelled by the vehicle, which runs on hydrogen.
*Services to Charléty shuttle station will stop at 12:30 a.m.

Visits for all audiences

Accessibility for people with reduced mobility, the visually impaired and the hearing impaired

Mediation actions are implemented for disabled visitors:
• Visits are organised for the visually impaired with the Souffleurs d'Images service, and for the hearing impaired with Accès Culture.
• Visits are organised for the mentally disabled with the Ce Que Mes Yeux Ont Vu association.
• Other visits can be tailored to your needs. lnfo on nuitblanche.paris.

Suggested itineraries for families

Below are the Artistic Director’s suggestions of works particularly well suited to younger visitors.
The Artistic Director’s suggestions of works particularly well suited to younger (and older) visitors:
▶ CENTRE
ISLAND OF FOAM by Stéphanie Lüning (foam sculpture)
PURPLE RAIN by Pierre Ardouvin (immersive installation)
▶ NORTH
CONSTELLATIONS by Joanie Lemercier (monumental light projection)
▶ SOUTH
UNE BALANÇOIRE POUR MOLITOR / A SWING FOR MOLITOR by Annie Sperling (immersive installation and performance)
LE CAUCHEMAR DE SÉVILLE / THE NIGHTMARE OF SEVILLE by Massimo Furlan (performance / football match)

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