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Arts News You Can Use: The Decline Of Arts Coverage, Haunts, Nosferatu & Much More


by Hady Mawajdeh 30 Oct 2017 12:31 PM

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A Quick Look At Art&Seek’s Reporting

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  • Bloody hatchets, roaring chainsaws and demonic clowns are some of the terrifying things that could get you hyperventilating at a haunted house. In the latest Art & Seek Artist Spotlight, I explore the idea of “fear as entertainment” with Richardson native Misty Keasler. Keasler spent two years photographing the scariest haunts in North America.

What Else You’ve Got To Know

The Allen-based game studio BonusXP turned Netflix's wildly popular horror hit Stranger Things into a mobile game.

The Allen-based game studio BonusXP turned Netflix’s wildly popular horror hit Stranger Things into a mobile game.

What We’re Reading

Museum curator Teddy Reeves demonstrates a method of salvaging damaged photos at a workshop in Beaumont, Texas. Photo: Allison Lee/Houston Public Media

Museum curator Teddy Reeves demonstrates a method of salvaging damaged photos at a workshop in Beaumont, Texas.
Photo: Allison Lee/Houston Public Media

What We’re Listening To

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What We’re Looking At

On it's surface, The Lion King "has nothing to do with racism," says director Julie Taymor. But what moved her is, "for African-American audiences, it was all about race in a very proud, beautiful way — connecting to Africa without being directly a pickup." Photo: Joan Marcus

On it’s surface, The Lion King “has nothing to do with racism,” says director Julie Taymor. But what moved her is, “for African-American audiences, it was all about race in a very proud, beautiful way — connecting to Africa without being directly a pickup.”
Photo: Joan Marcus

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