Join us on Second Thursday Art Night: Collage/Melange as our Summer 2017 Post-Graduate Resident, Lindsay Hall, offers an artist demonstration in her studio and talks up her creative process with visitors.
This is an interactive demonstration of how to make homemade play dough using four safe and accessible ingredients for a fun hands-on recipe. Visitors are welcome to make their own play dough during the demonstration. Be prepared to get a little messy! Afterward, participants are welcome to dye it to their desired color using food coloring. This play dough will dry on its own in about three days if left out, but if kept in an airtight container it can last for up to three months. Play with your dough immediately or package it and take it home to play with later! Keep refrigerated for best results.
About Lindsay Hall:
A West Coast native, Lindsay Hall is currently based in Arlington, Virginia. She received a MFA in Painting from Indiana University in 2016, as well as a BFA in Painting and Drawing (2012) and a BA in Journalism and Media Studies (2010) from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Her work has been exhibited nationally at venues such as the Janet Kurnatowski Gallery in New York, the New Hampshire Institute of Arts, and Kent State University in Ohio and will be featured in a summer 2017 issue of Studio Visit magazine. Lindsay Hall has co-curated group exhibitions in Indiana and New York. She received the Ilknur P. Ralston Memorial Award in Visual Arts in 2016.