I have a few more photos to share from my LASM exhibition and associated demos/events! This was a fantastically fun trip, all thanks to the amazing Dr. John Pojman.
Dr. John Pojman and I had a demo station set up at the Ebb & Flow Festival today in Baton Rouge - a student of his joined us and we formed part of the Louisiana Art & Science Museum brigade and demonstrated the non-Newtonian fluid behavior of cornstarch plus water as well as QuickCure Clay. We also got a chance to take in the rest of the festival, and I happened to see two friends of mine had an art booth selling their own paintings! It was a beautiful day (I managed to get sunburnt!) and I topped it off by getting a snowcone from one of the vendors. The festival will continue tomorrow, but our booth was a Saturday-only event.
I have a full schedule of demonstrations, lectures, and interviews for the next couple of days associated with the Polymers in Art Through the Centuries exhibition going on at the Louisiana Art & Science Museum (LASM) - the first took place earlier this evening! An LASM public relations staff member posted livestream video to Facebook throughout the night - here's a snippet: