Eva Louise Hall is an animator, filmmaker, fabricator and performer in the Kansas City area working in both commercial and fine art contexts. Her projects as a visual storyteller create unique experiences that engage audiences, inspire participation and build community. As an interdisciplinary artist, her recent work involves everything from giant puppetry, multi-media performance, animated and live action film production and arts education. In addition to her personal practice she is currently teaching full time as an Assistant Professor of animation at the Kansas City Art Institute.
Her puppetry, set design and animation have been showcased both locally and internationally, including the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, TedxKC, The Museum at Prairie Fire, Crystal Bridges Museum of Art, The Wichita Art Museum, WaterFire KC, Fiji National University and the Suva Hibiscus Festival.