Hudson, Flamini join roster of local staff at Wonderspaces

Taylor Flamini (Submitted photo)

To support the operations and marketing efforts of its first permanent location, Wonderspaces has hired Leilani Hudson and Taylor Flamini as general manager and marketing manager.

Both are well connected in the local marketing and art world and will help launch “Point of View,” the organization’s inaugural show at Scottsdale Fashion Square, according to a press release.

The immersive art show opens April 5 and will feature extraordinary work from 13 world-renowned artists.

Leilani Hudson (Submitted photo) 

“Both Leilani and Taylor bring valuable skills and fresh perspectives to our team here in Arizona,” said Wonderspaces Co-founder Jason Shin in a prepared statement. “With Leilani’s experience in the Phoenix art community and Taylor’s knowledge of the marketing landscape here, we are confident they will help make our first permanent location a success.”

Ms. Hudson brings more than a decade of experience in the art industry to the Wonderspaces team. Previously, Ms. Hudson held the audience development manager position at the Phoenix Art Museum.

“Coming from an art museum, I was excited to learn about Wonderspaces and the new concept they’re bringing into the Phoenix art community,” said Ms. Hudson in a prepared statement. “I see a lot of amazing possibilities with this organization and I’m thrilled to be a part of it.”

A marketer with a photography background, Mr. Flamini brings creativity and passion to his role at Wonderspaces as he works to expand its overall presence in the Arizona community and local art scene. Mr. Flamini holds a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University and began his marketing career with Javelina, a Phoenix advertising agency.

“Wonderspaces offers a unique and immersive experience that has the potential to connect and inspire people from across the Valley,” said Mr. Flamini in a prepared statement. “I’m looking forward to exploring potential opportunities and integrating the organization into existing art communities.”

“Point of View” follows the Wonderspaces model of traveling art shows and is the first of many shows planned for the Arizona venue. During the roughly 80-minute experience, visitors can purchase curated food and beverage offerings to enjoy within the show.

To learn more about “Point of View” and purchase tickets, visit

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