New York Haunts Party
Thurs, Oct 27, 2022
Join us downtown at the Whitney for a gothic and glittering after-hours Halloween celebration of the greatest city in the world. Dance the night away in costumes inspired by Edward Hopper’s New York—come as your favorite NYC haunts and icons. See the exhibition after dark with exclusive gallery access and mini-tours, plus enjoy special cocktails and small bites for purchase. Festive attire and artful costumes are encouraged.
Whitney Members can attend this special edition of Member Night for free with their membership card; additional individual tickets are available for purchase.
Enjoy late-night access to all galleries.
Time Management Techniques
Edward Hopper’s New York and In the Balance: Between Painting and Sculpture, 1965–1985
The Whitney’s Collection: Selections from 1900 to 1965
At the Dawn of a New Age: Early Twentieth-Century American Modernism
Halloween in New York
Celebrate sounds and sights of the season.
DJ April Hunt
Dance to a set by local DJ and community-builder April Hunt, who activates music and her platform Mixtape as a tool for recognition and celebration.
Maniac Pumpkin Carvers
Expert pumpkin carvers bring work from Edward Hopper’s New York to life.
Gothic and Glittering Photo Booth
It’s your time to shine in our free photo booth with print, digital, and GIF options available. Tag @whitneymuseum when you share the images on your Instagram story for a chance to be reposted!
Whitney Shop and Temporary Tattoo Parlor
The shop is open for business—members enjoy increased discounts on books, apparel, collectables, and more as a part of Fall Member Shopping Week. Plus, drop by for free Halloween and NYC-inspired temporary tattoos!
Mix, Mingle, Trick or Treat
Spooky specialty cocktails, wine, beer and small bites available for purchase.
Floor 3, Susan and John Hess Family Theater
Studio Bar and Terrace
Halloween Weekend at the Whitney is an inclusive and safe celebration for all. In that spirit, we do not allow costumes that perpetuate cultural appropriation, discrimination, or violence of any kind, including fake weapons. We invite you to be inspired by the works in our collection and check out the #IAmNotACostume campaign to learn more about choosing a respectful costume.
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