Photo portrait of ADCI Lecturer Hallie Linnebur
Hallie Linnebur

Lecturer, Foundations

Hallie Linnebur is an interdisciplinary visual artist who creates immersive and fantastical environments, dons elaborate costumes and stages surreal happenings as one half of the artist duo Linnebur & Miller. She is also a fiber artist, muralist, illustrator and purveyor of kitschy vintage oddities. Hallie's artistic practice often skirts the line between arts-n-crafts and fine art, utilizing materials such as felt, tissue paper, cardboard and glitter to create objects, spaces and characters that are simultaneously enchanting, bizarre and irreverent. Hallie earned a Bachelor of Arts (Studio Arts) from Wichita State University in 2009 and a BFA in Elementary Education from Fort Hays State University in 2014. She is a 2017-18 Harvester Arts Community Fellow. Linnebur & Miller’s work has appeared in dedicated exhibitions at the Steckline Gallery (Newman University) and Rine Gallery (Friends University) as well as in group exhibitions at Harvester Arts and Diver Studio. They have produced art installations, photo booths, workshops and/or performances for the Wichita River Festival, Autumn and Art, the Wichita Art Museum and its annual Art & Book Fair, the Ulrich Museum of Art, Chamber Music at the Barn, VibrantICT and Botanica. In 2016, Hallie returned to WSU as a  lecturer for ADCI Foundations courses.