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Alloverstreet is an evening of simultaneous art openings and events spanning the many arts spaces of East Oliver Street in The Station North Arts and Entertainment District. Alloverstreet usually occurs the first week of every month and is organized by Process Collective.

ALLOVERSTREET: E Oliver St. Art Walk in Station North from BmoreArt on Vimeo.

Video by Daniel Contaldo and Ingrid Ma
All Photos by Esther Hwang for BmoreArt

La Bodega Gallery
Make-Find featuring works by Ivan Ng & Ellie Budzinski

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Lil Gallery
College Ruled featuring new works by Angela Arrigo


Gallery CA
STAGE FRIGHT featuring works by Sean FitzPatrick


Penthouse Gallery
Run It
Printed matter by Caeli Carr-Potter, Tristan Scow, Mary Reisenwitz, Kate Klingbeil, Chris Williford & Vivian Loh
Curated by Sonja Solvang


Terrault Contemporary
Free Recall featuring new works by Jon Marshalik

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