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Halloween Family Day at CAM

The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (CAM) presents “Halloween Family Day” on Saturday, October 25, from 10 am to noon. Recommended for ages 3 to 12.  FREE admission.

Celebrate Halloween at CAM with a fun-filled morning of artist-led workshops, face painting, music, and more. Enjoy the festivities, express yourself creatively, and learn about the art on view.

Visitors in costume will be entered in a drawing to win a special prize.


Event activities include:

+ Face painting

+ Local musical and comedy act Babaloo performs at 10:15 am.

+ Artist Maria Ojascastro leads a workshop on making “Model Magic Minions.” Create your own good, evil, or Halloween minion with colorful model magic and googly eyes.

+ Artist Tracy Drissell leads an art activity inspired by current CAM exhibition, Mark Flood: Another Painting, using stencils to create language-based artwork.

+ The New Art in the Neighborhood students lead a wacky and fun Halloween art activity.

+ In tandem with current exhibition Mel Chin: Rematch, CAM presents a special Fundred Dollar Bill Project workshop. Participants are invited to creatively decorate their own one hundred-dollar bill which symbolizes raising money to help end childhood lead poisoning. Lead Safe St. Louis will be on site to promote lead poisoning awareness, and this event wraps up National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, which runs October 19–25 this year.

The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (CAM) is located at 3750 Washington Boulevard. Questions? Call 314.535.4660 or email info@camstl.org.

Directions and parking information.

Photos: Courtesy of the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.