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Let's See PLAY-DOH Do That


Silly Putty is so versatile. The stretchy, old-school classic can be used to cast body parts, pick up cat hair, or transfer washed-out images from the Sunday comics. At Parish Hall’s new Silly Putty exhibit, which opens tonight, the silicone-plastic blob demonstrates another use: forming a playable putt-putt course. Ten local artists (including Jason Byers, Stephe DK, and Ryan Weitzel) created nine sculptures that make up the elastic, pliable course. Over the next 10 days, visitors have a half-dozen chances to sink balls during special events -- including a BBQ, workshop, and live-music bash. The opening reception -- which includes DJs and a meet-and-greet with the artists -- runs from 7 to 11 tonight.
Feb. 23-March 4

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