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Board of Directors



Evan Curtis Charles Hall

Chairman, Founding Director

Evan Curtis Charles Hall (b. 1995, Los Angeles, CA) is an artist, museum director, and educator. He received a BFA from the Cooper Union and a MFA, CTL Teaching Certificate, and Graduate Certificate of Archaeological Sciences from the University of Pennsylvania. His work has been exhibited at The Penn Museum, PA; 41 Cooper Gallery, NY; EFA Project Space, NY; Philomathean Gallery, PA; Automat Gallery, PA; A Lab Amsterdam, NL; and the Municipal Archive of Lugo, Italy. He has given talks at the University of Haifa, Israel, Thomas Jefferson University College of Architecture, and the University of Fine Arts, Ravenna, Italy.

Hall has processed artifacts from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and archaeological settlement contexts in Bat, Oman. As the Creative Director of The Novus Forum, he produced and managed international trade shows in New York for designers including Georges Hobeika and Sergio Hudson. He has facilitated VIP programs with Frieze Art Fair and On Location, during Paris Fashion Week.

With prophetic vision, Hall launched House Museum to establish a new approach to working with historic materials. He has connected artists to site-specific histories and conceptualized contemporary programs that make the past present. Hall lives and works between places including Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, and Paris.







Scot Sutherland, Ph.D.

Years ago Scot M. Sutherland realized that the most important questions are not the ones we can easily answer, but the ones we must live with.  How do people think and learn?  How can we converse with God?  How do arts and sciences influence beliefs and values? After nearly half a century as an educator, learning scientist, technologist and writer, Scot continues to pursue questions like these.
Insights that lead to more questions led him serve in classrooms from second grade through high school, college and graduate school.  He coached soccer, wrote sports and opinion columns for local newspapers, developed systems integration, learning technology, fraud analytics and semantic analytics for companies like Disney Software, eFishantSea, Inc., Rebol Technologies, UC Davis, Pondera Solutions and more.  His ground breaking work in constraint-based analytics measured algebra learning without tests. The fraud detection analytics he developed at Pondera Solutions produced more than $50 Million in business impact, winning the Sacramento Area Innovation Award for Software in 2017.
“When Evan Hall introduced me to House Museum, it immediately resonated.  Artistic expression clearly foreshadows and informs culture, galvanizing creativity and innovation. Connecting the past with the present sows into the future.  House Museum does that.”



Asia Hall

Asia Hall is the fashion-tech Founder and CEO of Neon Cowboys, a brand that specializes in light-up apparel and accessories. In 2013, she launched with her iconic Light-up Cowboy Hat—a patented hat worn by Dua Lipa, Selena Gomez, Kacey Musgraves, and Kesha. Her bespoke clientele includes Beyoncé and Doja Cat.

Neon Cowboys has grossed over $1.6 million in sales, with 40,000+ hats sold, and over 10 million viral plays on Instagram and TikTok. Product ranges are distributed worldwide to retailers including Urban Outfitters Japan, Mexico, and Singapore, Boot Barn, Nasty Gal, and Dolls Kill.

As a public speaker, Asia has shared her entrepreneurial journey before live audiences at PechaKucha Orlando, and her knowledge of e-commerce strategy and social media marketing for publications including Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Nylon Magazine, Women's Wear Daily, and Paper Magazine. She has studied with Sophia Amoruso, founder of Nasty Gal, and been a guest of the Forbes Under 30 Summit.

Asia's dual degree in Computer Science and Art from Westmont College pushed her to forge a new genre in the world of wearable tech and positioned her amongst the new generation of entrepreneurs. 






Board of Advisors



Michael Tyler

Former SVP General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer, Jacobs (NYSE: J) 

Jacobs is one of the world’s largest and most diverse providers of technical and professional services, including all aspects of architecture, engineering and construction, operations and maintenance, as well as scientific and specialty consulting. Jacobs’ 55,000+ employees operate in 230+ locations around the world and serve a broad range of companies and organizations, including industrial, commercial and government clients across multiple markets and geographies. At Jacobs, Mr. Tyler led a global team of more than 100 professionals, and managed budget of more than $100m.

Michael Tyler served as a law clerk to Judge Arthur Alarcon of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.  Mr. Tyler is past chair of the California State Bar’s International Law Section, and was named “International Lawyer of the Year” by that organization in 2017. 


Milton Lau, AIA

Lead Designer / Senior Associate at BLT Architects, Perkins Eastman

Adjunct Professor, Thomas Jefferson University 

Milton Lau is a Philadelphia based architect, artist, and educator.  With 30+ years of experience designing and renovating buildings, most recently with BLT Architects and Perkins Eastman, he finds pleasure in finding simple forms to contain the complexities of work and life. He has led design for the Charles Street Jail conversion into the Liberty Hotel in Boston, MA, the renovation of the Bourse in Philadelphia, and the master planned re-development of six parcels at Philadelphia’s East Market. 
In his art work, Milton creates forms that clarify narratives and highlight complex histories. In an installation commissioned by the Boston Children’s Museum titled Golden Spiral, Milton curated historic toys from around the world, organized them around a wooden sculpture, and highlighted the power of the sea at large and small scales. 
After teaching for 20+ years at institutions including Boston Architectural College, Thomas Jefferson University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Rhode Island School of Design, and others, Milton is energized through the iterative interaction with students in making critical observations followed by value propositions. Milton has lead projects which have received the Pennsylvania AIA Design Excellence Award, Philadelphia AIA Merit Award, and he has published writing in Context: AIA Journal of Philadelphia.  

Tamir Harosh

Founder and CEO, Punctum USA

Program Director, Lubin School of Business, Pace University






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