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HIVE: An exhibition of Oliver Street Studio artists and Area 405 volunteers.
Area 405 – Sunday, March 27 from 7-10

HIVE showcases the energy and talent of 35 resident artists and volunteers that daily circulate the halls and studios of the 160 year-old, 66,000 square foot, artist-owned warehouse space.

Artists are: Ali Dryer, Allyn Massey Amber Moyles, Bonnie Crawford Kotula, Breon Gilleran, Catlyn Merwin, Daniel Sullivan, David Page, David Parker, Dawn Gavin, Elizabeth Wade, James Vose, Jason Hoylman, Jesse Dortzbach, Julia Pearson, Julie Bent, Laura Shults Stella, Lauren Schott, Mackenzie Peck, Mike Oleson, Monika Graves, Nicholas Cairns, Patrick McEvoy, Paul Jeanes, Peter Cullen, Rebecca Dortzbach, Ruth Bowler, Sarah Laing, Sarah Templin, Shannon Young, Steve Freel, Stewart Watson, Timothy Horjus, Timothy Nohe, Tom Dixon and Tom McManus.

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