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Streets Dept Podcast, Episode 6: An Extended Chat with Indy Hall’s Alex Hillman

December 19, 2017

Welcome to the 6th episode of the Streets Dept Podcast, today I’m joined by Alex Hillman! Alex is a writer, a podcaster, a builder of communities, and of course he’s the guy who started one of the longest running coworking communities in the world, Indy Hall.

In this extended interview with Alex, he talks about the lessons he’s learned over the years growing and building Indy Hall, about his work on the Philadelphia chapter of the Awesome Foundation – a granting organization that every artist and creative should know about – and what he’s loving about living and working in Philly right now!

Listen to the episode now here:

The Streets Dept Podcast is a bi-monthly (that’s twice a month) interview podcast. I’m interviewing artists and creatives from around the world. From street artists to poets, activists to politicians, small business owners to community organizers. The podcast features one-on-one, 30-minute-ish interviews with the creative minds who are shaping the world around us!

Subscribe to the Streets Dept Podcast on iTunesSoundCloud, or Google Play to receive episodes as soon as they’re published, and please feel free to rate and write a review of the podcast on those platforms to help others find it. (It really, REALLY helps when y’all rate and review, so it’d mean the world to me if you could do that!)

Listen to past episodes here:
The Introduction Episode!
Episode 1, R. Eric Thomas
Episode 2, Philadelphia Councilwoman Helen Gym
Episode 3, Marisa Williamson
Episode 4, Swoon
Episode 5, eL Seed

Season One of the Streets Dept Podcast is brought to you by our sponsors at The Navy Yard and Indy Hall! Each episode is mixed and edited by our Producer Mike Mehalick.

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