Live @ 5 Halloween Art Crawl, Saturday, October 23, 5 – 8 pm
• Live Artists • Live Music • Cocktails • Appetizers • Costume Contest • Auction •
Meet artists, listen to live music, and enjoy drinks and light fare as you stroll to each venue in your Halloween costumes. Costumes are not mandatory, but guests are encouraged to get into the holiday spirit as they begin their art crawl at one of the following venues and go from there.
Tickets: $75 Non-Members / $70 Members
Ticket includes one drink an appetizer at each venue. Additional available for purchase. Tickets are non-refundable. Limited tickets sold. Attendees must be 21 or older by 10/23/2021.
Northville Art House, 215 W. Cady St.
Presents the paintings and illustrations inspired by pop-culture of venue artist Jeff Von Buskirk. Guests can talk with artist, take home his adult coloring book, and help paint a 4’ x 6’ mural designed by the artist. Also on view will be interpretations of the urban environment through paintings by Dale Alcocer and photographs by Lawrence Hamilton, Bill Schahfer, and J. Gordon Rodwan.
All guests to the Haunted Northville Art House can have a digital portrait taken by professional photographer Jessica Swyt of JGO Photography and enter an online Halloween costume contest. Live acoustic and pop rock music performance by Swift Brothers. Drink with an appetizer provided by Genitti’s Hole-in-the-Wall.
Meet venue artist, sculptor, and community activist John Suavé as he shares his work and most recent Man in the City sculpture project created in collaboration with Northville’s Living & Learning Enrichment Center.
Guests can decorate a Man on the City wooden sculpture as they learn about the artist, the project, and the nonprofit helping individuals with autism and related challenges in the community. Live jazz performance by Greg Ayers Duo. Drink and an appetizer served. Venue artist sponsored by The Northville Gallery Artwork and Framing.
Guests can watch venue artist Sara Hadley paint portraits of live models and purchase her portrait and plein-air works of art. Live Detroit Americana and soulful folk music performed by Ryan Dillaha. Drink and an appetizer served.