Axiom President Tom Hair Named to Art League Houston Board

HOUSTON (April 5, 2010) Houston native Tom Hair, President of Axiom, was recently named to the Art League Houston (ALH) Board of Directors for a three-year term.

Degreed in the Graphic Arts, Hair has been inspired by his academic history, which has included classes and labs at the Art League Houston, Glassell School of Art (MFAH), School of Visual Arts (NY) and Texas Tech University. This inspiration continues today at Axiom, founded in 1998 as a marketing strategy and creative communications agency.

“Joining the Board of Directors of ALH takes me from student to patron, now working to provide the general public and deserving individuals an opportunity to take advantage of the variety of programs offered by Art League Houston,” said Hair. “I’m excited to offer the experience gained from managing Axiom successfully for 12 years and bringing the combination of creative energy and business acumen to the Art League Houston.”

Art League Houston is one of Houston’s longest operating non-profit visual arts organizations and was the first alternative art space in Texas. Founded in 1948, Art League Houston has provided over 750 exhibitions to the Houston community, showcasing the work of nearly 22,000 artists and over 29,000 students have received instruction at the Art League School. Twenty-one outstanding artists have been awarded the Texas Artist of the Year recognition and twice the award has been given to exceptional patrons. Free art classes are offered year round through the HIV+ and Cancer Related Illnesses Healing Art Group, MS Healing Art Group and Physically Challenged Healing Art Group.


Established in 1998, Axiom provides marketing strategy, branding and creative communications programs to clients primarily focused around the commercialization of traditional and alternative energy sources. Axiom’s work has been recognized by professional organizations and publications including: American Advertising Federation, American Marketing Association - Houston, Art Directors Club of Houston, Business Marketing Association - Houston, Communications Arts magazine, Graphis, How magazine and Print magazine.

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