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ALLOVERSTREET: September Art Walk Friday, September 2, 2016
300 & 400 blocks of E Oliver Street

Alloverstreet is a night of simultaneous art openings and events spanning the many art spaces of the Station North Arts and Entertainment District and centering on the 300 & 400 blocks of East Oliver Street. Each Alloverstreet starts the night off with a happy hour sponsored by Union Craft Beer at the Station North Tool Library that is followed by an Alloverstreet Artist Talk at Area 405. This month featured Isa Leal & Penthouse Gallery.

GALLERY OPENINGS:

B401
Tarot Reading
By Mary Shock
The Copycat, Unit B501, 1511 Guilford Ave

‘sindikit
Jeannie Simms and A Collaboration: Julia Celebrado Royer + Cindy Cheng.
405 E Oliver St, 2nd Floor.

Open Works “Open House”
A monthly event for our neighbors to explore the space, meet our team, and see what we’re all about. Warm vibes and beats provided by Theodore Rexx. 9pm-12am.
1400 Greenmount Ave

Guest Spot @ The Reinstitute
“Abstract Non/Binaries”
Work by RURI YI
1715 N Calvert St

Area 405
ELECT AN ARTIST Happy Hour fundraiser
The ELECT AN ARTIST project is designed to encourage creative types (from painters to poets) to embrace roles in municipal governments and boards.The Happy Hour at Area 405 will raise funds to help support the campaign of social sculptor (Lisa Austin) who plans to run for mayor of Erie, Pa.
405 E Oliver St

Ballroom Gallery
Ballroom Gallery Turns One: Anniversary Show
Works by Stephanie Wallace, Madiha Sebbani and Tanya Garcia.
The Copycat, Unit B202, 1511 Guilford Ave

Bodega Gallery
“Feed The Animals”
Works by Kevin Stewart.
The Copycat, Unit A100, 1511 Guilford Ave

Gallery CA
“ECHO CHAMBER”
Ali Seradge, Cheeny Celebrado-Royer, and Taha Heydari address the way our main channels of communication are curated.
440 E Oliver St

Baltimore Jewelry Center
Adorn | Form, a collaborative exhibition with Clayworks
Works by Trinidad Contreras, Billie Jean Theide, Kate Bajic, Luzia Vogt, Brice Garrett, Lillian Fitzpatrick and Rachel Andrea Davis.
10 E North Ave, Suite 130

Tool Library
Tool Library
SNTL Happy Hour
SNTL Happy Hour
SNTL Happy Hour
SNTL Happy Hour
SNTL Happy Hour
SNTL Happy Hour
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