‘Stranger Things’ art show coming to Houston’s Texas Art Asylum

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The Upside Down could be coming to the Bayou City this fall, with a “Stranger Things” art show set to debut at Houston’s Texas Art Asylum in November. 

It’s not clear exactly what oddities the exhibit will include – because the submission deadline isn’t until Nov. 6 (at midnight, of course). 

Interested artists intent on honoring the smash hit Netflix series can send 2D and 3D submissions in any medium to ramona@texasartasylum.com. The two-day show is set to kick off Nov. 18, just a few weeks after the second season is slated to drop. (story continues below)


EVEN STRANGER: The 5 coolest things about Netflix’s “Stranger Things”

The hugely popular Netflix series debuted in 2016, offering a thrilling combination of 1980s nostalgia and eerie supernatural oddities. 

The plot revolves around a missing boy who’s been sucked into a bizarre underworld called the Upside Down. A strange waffle-loving girl with some weird superpowers and a dedicated group of friends lacking a healthy sense of fear or trepidation populate the show with some intriguing characters. 

It’s not clear what season two will bring, but the trailer released earlier this year seems to hint it’ll be just as creepy and addictive as the 2016 debut. 

Click the gallery to learn everything we know so far about Season 2 of ‘Stranger Things.’


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