September 10, 2019

Jessyca Murphy
(360) 223-0602

Die-O-Rama: Tiny Haunted House Extravaganza

For October Art Walk, Bellingham's Make.Shift presents Die-O-Rama: A Tiny Haunted House Extravaganza! We asked local artists to re-create their biggest fears on the smallest scale. Come see haunted hoarder houses, skeletons under the stairs, creepy scenes from Twin Peaks, and the dangerous dwellings of famous murderers! Art Walk night will also feature a musical performance by everybody’s favorite freaky band/performance artists Guillotine Eyes.

Insta Oct Die O Rama

Wanna partake in the scary fun? There’s still time! We will be accepting submissions up until the dead line (get it?) on Sept 21 between 12-5 p.m. Just sign up and get more info at

Please join us for opening night on First Friday Art Walk on October 4th from 6-10pm. For more information about the Art Walk or Make.Shift please visit our website at or contact Jessyca Murphy at Art Walk; Die-O-Rama: Tiny Haunted Houses

Make.Shift Art Space is a DIY art and music venue dedicated to innovative alternative art and music. The 8,000-square-foot space includes an art gallery, live all-ages music venue and 18 individual art and music studios. Here we provide a home for painters, printmakers, photographers, sculptors, musicians, and whoever else needs an affordable place to make a mess and show it off.

Event Details

  • WHEN: Friday, October 4th, 2019 6-10PM
  • WHERE: Make.Shift Art Space 306 Flora St. in downtown Bellingham
  • COST: Free!

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