Halloween, a Chrysler Tradition
Taylor as a real-life version of Atomic by Jeffrey Gibson, a 2014 work that turns a punching bag into sculpture. Click image to enlarge.
In a tradition dating back to 2008, Gallery Hosts at the Chrysler Museum of Art bring works of art to life for Halloween.
The costumes from these creative people have been such a steadily growing success over the years, in 2015 we doubled the fun and did two full days of living, breathing art. We salute our hard-working hosts, the people normally wearing pale blue, with the gallery below. For a look at costumes from previous years, use the archive links at left.
For Halloween 2016, we will be open until 8 p.m. even though we are normally closed on Mondays. Expect to see hosts in costume Saturday and Sunday (Oct. 29-30) as well.