Halloween Horror-Themed Art Exhibition
Hollywood Gothique Says:
There is much delightfully creepy Halloween art on display at Welcome to Haddonfield. Whether or not you a fan of the Halloween movie franchise, you are bound to find some interesting treats, including posters, collectibles, and decorations. The more expensive work is for serious collectors, but even if you’re not in the market for original art, Welcome to Haddonfield II is worth a visit just to browse.
810 Meridian Avenue
South Pasadena, CA
Halloween 2022 Update: SugarMynt’s 8th annual Halloween exhibition is title “Welcome to Haddonfield 8: You Can’t Kill the Boogeyman.” Once again, the emphasis is on artwork and photographs from John Carpenter’s Halloween and its progeny, along with other seasonal topics.
You Can’t Kill the Boogeyman Dates & Hours: Opening night reception September 3rd 7-10pm. The exhibition remains open to the public throughout September & October during regular gallery hours: Wednesday & Thursday 12 – 6; Friday & Saturday: 12 – 8; Sunday 12 – 6. Closed Monday and Tuesday.
Tickets: Opening night admission is $40. Regular admission is $10 to enter the main gallery. There is no charge to enter the front room to peruse and purchase merchandise.
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Haunted Haddonfield General Information
Haunted Haddonfield is an annual exhibition featuring artwork inspired by John Carpenter’s 1978 horror movie, Halloween, along with behind-the-scenes photography from the film. Also on display are works inspired by other Halloween-themed movies such as Hocus Pocus and Tim Burton’s A Nightmare Before Christmas, along with the venue’s year-round collection spooky paintings, posters, and collectibles. SugarMynt Gallery Gallery is conveniently located next to the house that appeared in the opening of Carpenter’s film.
Haunted Haddonfield (which made its debut in 2015 under the name “No Beauty Without Strangeness” and was later known as “Welcome to Haddonfield” before changing to its current name) typically runs from late September through early November. The schedule often includes several special events, such as film screenings or personal appearances by featured artists.