Palmer Museum Of Art To Host Virtual ‘House Of Horrors’ Event October 29

The Palmer Museum of Art will host a “Halloween At Home: Museum House Of Horrors” event starting at 6 p.m. on Thursday, October 29.

The event, which will run until 8 p.m., will show off “the odd, creepy, or surprising objects in the museum’s collection and storage facilities.”

Attendees are encouraged to wear their best art-inspired Halloween costume, as the museum will be giving away a prize to the best outfit during the event. Throughout the event, art, games, and other spooky events will be available for attendees to enjoy.

This virtual event is a part of Palmer’s Art After Hours program. The programs, which are virtual this semester due to the coronavirus pandemic, consist of many different components, such as student-led discussion panels, art games, and creative making activities.

This will be the first Art After Hours program of the semester. If interested, you attend through this Zoom link.

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