Puppet by Lexy Ho-Tai made of various fabrics (turquoise, pink, magenta, yellow) sticking its tongue out, a fuschia cloth background is behind it.

Meet the Artist, Make Some Art

with Lexy Ho-Tai
Thursday, January 28, 2021
5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Registration is closed.

Artist Lexy Ho-Tai believes art is a radical act of resistance and that play is a powerful source of artistic inspiration. In this hour-long special event, you’ll learn about Lexy’s art, visit her studio, and then make some joyful, radical art of your own, using everyday materials. 

This program is offered in partnership with the Museum of Arts and Design.

Lexy Ho-Tai is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator based in Queens, NY. Her practice explores world-building, accessibility, craft, and play. She disrupts the elitist tendencies of the art world by working in non-traditional art spaces, repurposing discarded materials, collaborating across disciplines, and engaging with diverse audiences. She has a BFA in Fashion Design from Parsons School for Design, and residencies have included Flux Factory, ARoS Museum, Everglades National Park, Museum of Arts and Design, and The Watermill Center.

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