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A brief look at City of Night

On Saturday afternoon, I caught the very start of City of Night, the mammoth arts festival sponsored by Emerging Leaders in the Arts Buffalo. Like last year's version, it was packed with interactive art installations scattered around the post-industrial site and inside its endlessly photogrpahable, out-of-use buildings. Word from organizers is that the second festival attracted some 12,000 people -- about 4,500 more than expected -- though it's unclear exactly how they counted. Here are some pics:

A sculpture by Scott Bye:

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Marissa Lehner and her sculptural installation:

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A bunch of kids throwing boxes around in an interactive art installation near the 464 Art Fair.

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This blogger and Seamus Gallivan operating a new sculpture called "CityHeart" by Buffalo-born and Brooklyn-based artist Casey William Milbrand:

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--Colin Dabkowski

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