Rhode Island
Profile Type: Creative Business
Creative Business
Fountain Street Creative

Fountain Street Creative (FSC) is an innovative Design/Build company, with a reputation for top-quality performance. Our method of operation provides a proven design plan, with experienced personnel and systematic procedures suited for each project we undertake. We design and plan events with costumes, performers, and fashion; we also rent costumes from our extensive theatrical Collection that spans centuries.

Everett Hoag, President of FSC (experiential marketing and WOW event theatrics), is a designer, business marketing strategist, etiquette and style expert, professional speaker, and connector. 

People say Everett Hoag’s perspective is fresh, and his enthusiasm is contagious. As a producer and costume designer, Everett’s credits include the International Emmy Awards, the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, twice at the White House, Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors, Carnegie Hall, Off-Broadway, regional opera and dance companies in New England, and an assortment of premiere festivals from Europe to Japan. Original works have been commissioned by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, New Jersey State Council on the Arts, and the New York State Council on the Arts funding experimental multi-media works.

Everett Hoag has worked with Corporate America (Buddha Records, Chrysler, Disney, SciFi Channel) and nonprofit organizations (American Cancer, Red Cross, Gloria Gemma) for more than four decades as a management and design consultant with a track record of global achievement. He has a wide-ranging understanding of the business of branding by styling a variety of marketing experiences – everything from making “the shot” look natural to making guests feel a wave of emotions as they experience Fortune 500 brands. He’s designed experiential merchandising campaigns and fashion shows for luxury designers include Armani, Channel, Nicole Miller, Cartier, and now, Zack Lo Shoes. Hoag’s events and campaigns have been featured on the Style Network, Extra, Entertainment Tonight, and CNN; on the cover of Time and Newsweek (with Dr. Edwin Land of Polaroid), in such prominent periodicals as Town & Country, Glamour, Horizon and Vanity Fair; in trade journals (Adweek, W, Crain’s, Special Events); and in scores of newspapers around the globe (London Times, Tokyo Times, Boston Herald, Boston Globe, NY Times, NY Post, Providence Journal). 

Everett Hoag’s wearable fiber art and performance works collaborate with some of the greatest talents to standing ovations. Everett is involved with the Smart Fashion Initiative for sustainability and is featured in many solo exhibits and juried shows in museums and galleries throughout the US. Everett’s StyleTribez Fashion Parties mix performance, contemporary art, and beautiful fashion where Paparazzi and Technorazzi embrace the Glitterazzi.

As a teaching artist Everett has served as a guest lecturer for three semesters at Brown University; faculty member at NY Center for Adult Education, the 92nd Street Y, NY Open Center, Safari Modeling Agency, Boston Center for Adult Education, The Joy of Movement in Cambridge and artist-in-residence at St. Andrews School in Barrington, RI ; marketing consultant with RI Small Business Development Center at Johnson & Wales University. Member of International Special Events Society, NY New Media Association, International Alliance for Theatre & Education, Rhode Island Film Collaborative, the Intuitive Arts Guild, and Ecolect – the community for sustainable design. 

“When you study and practice art you’re guided to focus on an idea’s structure. In studying fine arts, you are always taught structure and elements of good design. To me, this fundamental is essential knowledge to all artists.” – Designer, Everett Hoag

Need to make your project interactive?   Be memorable?   Call Everett!

I Have Worked With

  • April 2010

    As resident costume designer Everett Hoag has completed costume design and constsruction on over seven fully-staged operas including La Traviata, The Mikado, Pirates of Penzance, and the Merry Widow.


  • Creative Business

Contact Information

First Name: 
Job Title/Position: 
President and Chief Creative Officer
Mailing Address: 
1822 Mineral Spring Avenue
First Floor Front
North Providence, RI 02904
Physical Address: 
1822 Mineral Spring Avenue First Floor Front
North Providence, RI 02904
Last Name: 


Profile Type: 
Creative Business
Primary Discipline: 
Additional Disciplines: 
Dance - Jazz
Design - Fashion
Design - Urban / Metropolitan
Theater - General
Visual/Crafts - Experimental
Visual/Crafts - Fiber
Visual/Crafts - Photography
Visual/Crafts - Textile Weaving
Year Founded: 
Populations Served: 
School Groups
Institution/Business Type: 
Design Agencies
Activities and Services: 
Arts for Social Change / Creative Activism
Arts in Healthcare
Arts Instruction / Lessons
Consulting - Organizational Capacity
Creation of a Work of Art (Including Commissions)
Design Services
Manufacturing / Fabrication
Marketing Services
Residency - In School
Residency - Production / Development
Wedding / Parties / Private Gatherings
Workshops / Demonstrations / Master Class
Geographic Reach: 
Multi-State Region

Affiliations and Accomplishments

BA in Theater Arts/Education

Accessibility of Services

Access accommodations for people who use a wheelchair and have limited mobility
Access accommodations for people who are blind, partially sighted, and have low vision
Access accommodations for people who are Deaf and hard-of-hearing
Accessible website and/or multimedia for people with sensory disabilities

I am a Teaching Artist

Teaching Settings: 
Afterschool Program
Arts and Cultural Center / Venue
Community Site / Center
Corporate Business
Healthcare Facility
School / University
Subject Areas: 
Arts Integration - Communications
Arts Integration - English Language / Literacy
Arts Integration - History and Social Science
Arts Integration - Mathematics
Arts Integration - Science / Technology / Engineering
Ages Served: 
Elementary School-age
Middle School-age
High School-age