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Our Services

Let's create something amazing together!

We have executed more than two hundred public art and placemaking projects in both rural and urban settings. We strategically leverage the power of public art to change the character and purpose of spaces within the public realm or private space. Every project is unique, and we can help your organization build a plan, hire artists, manage the project, and more! We would love to hear from you.

Consulting on the visual arts in the public realm | Facilitation, implementation, and execution of public realm projects | Providing technical assistance & public art planning services | Activating public and private property | Creative placemaking  

Our Clients

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“Murals activate public spaces, reinventing their use and purpose,” said Hall, also the founder of Art This Way and owner of AH Public Spaces Consulting. “By creating a cultural destination, we engage an audience while they move from business to business within a community.” 


-Alexandra Hall,

AH Public Spaces Consulting 

September 2020

“.. investment in culture can create these economic booms,” she says. “We always talk about 'staying power' and the 'young people coming here', or 'what makes the young people stay'. And I think that we have neglected how important it is to have a really unique culture, and part of that culture is artistic expression.”

-Alexandra Hall,

AH Public Spaces Consulting 

September 2017

“ Fort Wayne’s public art trail has exploded over the past few years, with more than 150 larger-than-life murals and sculptures to discover. “


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January 2022

“ I also got a tour from Alex Hall, the manager of Art This Way, which seeks to bring more public art to the city. Along with local muralist Theoplis Smith III, Hall walked me around the city’s alleyways, parking lots, and little nooks where world-class muralists and graffiti artists have added color and a little pizzazz to formerly drab quarters.“

-William O'Connor, 

Travel Writer



“All cities have something to learn from Fort Wayne’s understanding of how public art can shape a community (and hey, you’ll snap plenty of colorful Insta moments strolling around here, too).” 


-Brandon Schultz 

November 2020

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