SEPTEMBER 29 Artistic inspiration isn’t subject to the whims of a nine-to-five schedule. It occurs at any time and in any place. During Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, creativity happens overnight, as thousands of residents and visitors descend with the sun to engage with more than 40 commissioned art installations in and around the Entertainment District, City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square, Ryerson University and the intersection of King and Church streets. (An additional 100 independent projects will be displayed across the city.) Among the most intriguing of these dusk-to-dawn displays are All Night Convenience, a 300-square-foot “store” created by Rhonda Weppler and Trevor Mahovsky that grows darker as patrons carry away its illuminated retail goods, and Museum of the Rapture by Douglas Coupland, which explores the separation of mind and body through a labyrinth of signs and living tableaux in an underground parking lot. Begins at 7 p.m., free admission; click here for more information.