Weekly Twitter Round Up

Andy Warhol, Dracula (1981)
October is all but finished and tomorrow's Halloween celebrations call for a temporary reprieve from all the hard work that has gone into the midterm season (from students and faculty alike!). Halloween was always my favourite holiday growing up (I loved the idea of temporary performance) and it was great to see all of the creative costumes around Vancouver streets this past weekend. This Ken Lum number paying homage to conceptual art was one of my favourites--thanks Brendan for the twitpic! As for tonight, I invite you to grab some treats (before you start handing them out tomorrow night) and check out a few of my favourites from around the Twitterverse this week.

Cinema's Greatest Wildly Prolific Directors 

How to Plan a Wildly Successful Open Studio Event or Arts Walk

Steve Jobs v Julian Assange: what makes a good biography? | Anne Perkins 

What Wikipedia deletes, and why

Still don't have a #Halloweencostume? Our curators have some ideas for you: 

Liu Xia, wife of Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo, exhibits photographs in France (smuggled out of China)

Performance artist gives birth in NYC gallery