Trick or treat, reader! American cultural center announces the Week of Horror during Oct. 25 – Nov. 3 in celebration of Halloween. On these days everyone in our Center is entitled not only to one good scare, but to a good time rich in different events! The Week of Horror will contain:
25 Oct.: “Horror Art” Exhibition (16+)
26 Oct., 12:00: “Frankenstein: the greatest horror story” – Lecture & discussion with Prof. Mary Metzger (Eng, 16+). Registration
3 Nov., 15:00: Screening of “Shining” (dir. Stanley Kubrick) & Discussion with film critic Artem Khlebnikov (Eng, Rus, 16+). Registration
Because when there is no imagination, there is no horror…
And what if your imagination is creepier than the plot of Twin peaks?
American cultural center and its partner in crime Multimedia Art Museum are also launching a contest!
Kill us with your creativity and write a short story of your own or draw an illustration to your favorite horror book/movie/etc. The text of your story can be written in English or in Russian and must capture and frighten us, yet be no longer than 5 pages. Send your works to firstname.lastname@example.org (with subject “contest: story” or “contest: illustration”). Deadline is 31st of October.
Both stories and illustration must be unique and products of your and only your creativity!
The winners will be announced on November, 3 on Center’s social media.
Be the best, get the prize from Multimedia Art Museum and spend American Horror week with us!comments powered by HyperComments