The final night of Antigonight was in full swing in the early evening of September 16.
Photo by Matt Draper
John Matthews and Albert Brossard brought their Car Cinema project to Antigonight on September 16.
Photo by Matt Draper
This installation involved pouring a casting of hot bronze.
Photo by Matt Draper
Peace By Chocolate provided some treats to visitors.
Photo by Matt Draper
Andrew Milne’s Museum of New Ideas was a popular stop on the Antigonight tour.
Photo by Matt Draper
Shear Innovation drew a decent crowd with its inventive style.
Photo by Matt Draper
L’Arche Hearts and Hands played some live music for the crowd.
Photo by Matt Draper
All ages were welcome at Antigonight.
Photo by Matt Draper
Heather Poulson had some wares up for grabs.
Photo by Matt Draper
Cove Kombucha had an interesting tap system setup.
Photo by Matt Draper
Sari’s Oriental Motion let people in on the world of Middle Eastern Dancing.
Photo by Matt Draper
The “Call Me Girl” display took place in the East Coast Credit Union’s lower parkade.
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Antigonish native Matt Draper has been a photographer, reporter and columnist for The Reporter since 2003.