IntrepidArts is a portal, an aggregator, a reporter, not a qualified critic but an enthusiastic promoter, your eyes on the scene, sometimes a curator -- for visual arts with a healthy dose of performing and literary arts thrown in. Seems a bit unfocused? Probably so. Just sit back and enjoy the ride.
Ken Hall’s interaction with the arts community includes a multi-year stint as on-air auctioneer for the WKNO TV Art Auction and work with various arts organization and festivals. At present he produces a monthly column about upcoming visual & performing arts events for 4Memphis Magazine, a monthly enews with similar listings, and joins Earle Farrell on the air for a weekly segment called Art Beat covering arts events and interviewing artists and arts organization representatives.
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