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HOTC: POW WOW: Alex Hall

  • Is this a Free Event? Yes
  • Venue: 816 Pint & Slice
  • Dates: December 3, 2017
  • Address: 816 South Calhoun Street Fort Wayne, IN 46802
  • Times: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
  • Phone: (260) 417-8753
  • Website: Visit Website
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2017-12-03 4:00 PM 2017-12-03 6:00 PM HOTC: POW WOW: Alex Hall <p>This is a FREE 2 hour Fort Wayne Heart of the City Pow Wow with Art by Alexandra Hall. Topics to be covered include things such as the business side of art, things I wish I knew, taxes, marketing and more! Come with your questions for the Q &amp; A upstairs of 816 Pint &amp; Slice. Recieve helpful info on marketing your creative! <br /><br />About Alex Hall:<br />Alexandra received a BA in Political Science and a BA in Slavic Languages and Literature from Indiana University, Bloomington in 2010. She was taking a year off before graduate school when she began painting.<br />In her gap-year she worked at a riverside bar. It was her customers that inspired her first anthropomorphic well-dressed, slack-eyed frogs on canvas. What began as a cathartic hobby grew into a profession, and by late 2014 she was working as a full-time artist. <br /><br />Artist Statement: "I enjoy giving my work a whimsical and unrealistic flair. My imaginative spirit is born from the people, both living and passed, who inspired me to dream, to see things differently and to live fearlessly. Every work is influenced by hundreds of little moments and experiences garnered while interacting with the world around me. I hope that my artworks inspire conversation, joy and laughter."</p> 816 South Calhoun Street Fort Wayne, IN America/Indiana/Winamac
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This is a FREE 2 hour Fort Wayne Heart of the City Pow Wow with Art by Alexandra Hall. Topics to be covered include things such as the business side of art, things I wish I knew, taxes, marketing and more! Come with your questions for the Q & A upstairs of 816 Pint & Slice. Recieve helpful info on marketing your creative!

About Alex Hall:
Alexandra received a BA in Political Science and a BA in Slavic Languages and Literature from Indiana University, Bloomington in 2010. She was taking a year off before graduate school when she began painting.
In her gap-year she worked at a riverside bar. It was her customers that inspired her first anthropomorphic well-dressed, slack-eyed frogs on canvas. What began as a cathartic hobby grew into a profession, and by late 2014 she was working as a full-time artist.

Artist Statement: "I enjoy giving my work a whimsical and unrealistic flair. My imaginative spirit is born from the people, both living and passed, who inspired me to dream, to see things differently and to live fearlessly. Every work is influenced by hundreds of little moments and experiences garnered while interacting with the world around me. I hope that my artworks inspire conversation, joy and laughter."

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