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News Works Article November 5, 2012

Whether in truth or in jest, the image of the "starving" artist is pervasive in society. As these troubled economic times make it difficult for those with advanced degrees to start a business, traditionally starving artists face an even greater disadvantage.

However, a creative business model at SoHa Arts Building in Haddon Township, N.J. offers its studio residents, including many artists, support for their growing businesses by providing them with specific tools and opportunities not found elsewhere.
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Courier Post Interview April 17, 2012

Passing by the graphite grey SoHA Arts Building on the White Horse Pike, one might not realize how much is tucked within its walls.

Inside the two-story building in the South Haddon Township Arts District (SoHA), sunlight streams through the many windows; there are shining, hardwood floors, tall ceilings and creativity bursting from every crevice and corner.

The 13,000-square foot structure houses Salon SoHa, a full service salon and spa as its centerpiece; artists’ studios, an art gallery and a potter’s co-op.

Dominic Flamini, a real estate developer from Moorestown who purchased the building in 1987, credits Lavon Phillips, salon and building manager and hair stylist, with restructuring marketing and taking the establishment to unforeseen heights.

SoHa Photo Studio Rental – Website Review May 30, 2012

The great thing about the SoHA Photo Studio, other than the fact that you don’t have to pay monthly rent, is that the only things you need to bring are your cameras and models. The studio provides all the other tools and equipment you could ever dream of having in your own personal studio, such as monolights, an umbrella kit, a beauty dish, and zipdiscs, just to name a few.
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