Virtual Halloween Tour

Members’ Event with Lynn Rosskamp, Gallery Guide

Thursday, October 21, 2021
5:30 – 6:30 pm

Location
Online

Kick off your “spooky season” with a virtual tour of the Frye’s more sinister and scary art offerings! Meet a 19th-century artist-by-day and real Ghostbuster-by-night, explore how early photography linked the living and the dearly departed, hear the history of beautiful clothes that kill, dare to descend with canine guides to the underworld, and end with a poetic recitation of doomed romance from the heyday of Charles and Emma Frye. Cozy up at home on a blustery fall afternoon with this online version of our popular Halloween themed collection tour. Costumes are encouraged! You’ll have the chance to be on-camera so feel free to get festive (or frightful!).

*This event is a benefit for current Frye Members only. Not a member yet? Join today and register for this event.

ADDITIONAL DATE
Virtual Halloween Tour
Thursday, October 28
5:30 – 6:30 pm Pacific Time

Christian Speyer. Four in Hand, 1911. Oil on canvas. 35 9/16 x 57 5/16 in. Founding Collection, Gift of Charles and Emma Frye, 1952.159. Photo: Jueqian Fang

Registration

This program is free of charge and advance registration is required. Registration for virtual events is per screen, not per person. Registration will be confirmed by email along with a Zoom link and access information. A reminder email will be sent prior to the event, and the program will begin promptly at the stated time. We recommend adding education@fryemuseum.org to your Safe Senders List to ensure that you receive necessary program information.

Frye Members receive advance notice of programs and performances—become a member today and get the benefit of early registration!

Privacy Statement: The event will be hosted on Zoom, an online platform. If joining by video, your image and/or name may be visible to others. When logging in, you may choose to hide your video, or to rename yourself using a pseudonym, if you would like to protect your privacy. While attendees are encouraged to join from a private location where discussion will not be overheard, confidentiality is not guaranteed. This session may be recorded and used by the Frye Art Museum in its sole discretion.