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Friday September 30th, 2016

Posted at 12:59pm

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Despite the wet weather, the show will go on for w.a.v.e.s. 2016.

A reduced artistic program will take place this afternoon and evening in the Vision Corridor, the Chimczuk Museum and the foyer of the Windsor International Aquatic and Training Centre.

Artists who do not require electricity will set up their installations in the Vision Corridor, and there will be interactive activities inside the two recreation and culture facilities. Both the WIATC and the Chimczuk Museum will be open until 9pm tonight.

“More than half of the artists and projects originally scheduled will be in action for everyone to come and enjoy—which is roughly the amount of installations during the first w.a.v.e.s. event—so it’s definitely worth coming down to explore,” said Manager of Cultural Affairs Cathy Masterson. “And we currently anticipate that Saturday’s events will all take place as originally planned.”

You can learn more about the festival on the WAVES 2016 Facebook event page.

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