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What’s Old Is New Again

Hatton’s show will demonstrate how the past can re-invent itself — and promote the growth of a strong and prosperous community.

Out with the new, in with the old? The Iron Horse Hotel welcomed Spring Gallery Night on April 25 with a unique show by multi-platform artist Scott Hatton of Hatton Custom Design. “What’s Old is New” celebrates the art the Wisconsin native, whose most recent works have focused on rustic “old Milwaukee” and its roots. Hatton’s show demonstrated how the past can re-invent itself — and promote the growth of a strong and prosperous community. The event was sponsored by Pabst Blue Ribbon, and proceeds benefited the BUILD Moto Mentor program, a non-profit educational programs developed by The Iron Horse Hotel Owner Tim Dixon.

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