Photo by Mel Taing.
It’s Halloween-eve! Get inspired by bedazzled and costume-like artworks in the exhibitions The Worlds We Make: Selections from the ICA Collection, Raúl de Nieves: The Treasure House of Memory, and 2021 James and Audrey Foster Prize. Take advantage of Free Admission for Families and join us for a special Halloween activity in the galleries! Explore artworks, interact with Visitor Assistants, then collect your treat! Costumes are encouraged but not required.
On Saturday, October 30, museum admission is FREE for families when accompanied by kids ages 12 and under, with up to 2 adults per family. Timed tickets must be reserved online in advance. Please request your ticket at least 24 hours in advance so our team has time to process your order. Tickets requested day-of are not guaranteed. In-person and all on-site programming has currently been suspended.
Please note there are no virtual workshops or on-site programming this month, and the Bank of America Art Lab is currently closed.
What do you treasure? Dig deep with a new activity to do at home, or in the galleries at the ICA. This month’s featured activity is designed by an artist and will be available on the ICA website beginning on Sep 24.
Looking for Halloween costume-making inspiration? Check out the fantastical sculptures in Raúl de Nieves: The Treasure House of Memory where the artist weaves Mexican sewing traditions with drag, ballroom, and queer club culture. Also check out the below activities for How-To’s and inspiration:
- Design Your Own Superhero with Sergio Salicio-Lupiañez, then turn it into a costume
- Make a Superhero Mask with Sergio Salicio-Lupiañez
- Learn Home Movie Tips from the Cote Family, then make a scary movie
- Totally spooked out? Make a Worrymobile with Lily Xie to scare the demons away!
Check out our next Play Date in November!
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ICA Kids and Family programs are supported, in part, by Vivien and Alan Hassenfeld, the Hassenfeld Family Foundation, the Willow Tree Fund, and Raymond T. & Ann T. Mancini Family Foundation.