Mission

The Honey Hive, is a “hive” for the community. Its hashtag is #sustainableart. The Honey Hive’s mission is to create strong ecological and social justice, through art, workshops, and through working with local poets and musicians. The gallery’s language is sustainable art. Art will unite the gallery and its community and create a strong relationship. Together, through art, the gallery and its neighborhood, can reinforce and create positive change. Fine art will give the gallery a base for its workshops. The gallery will host events, meetings, and classes that will help the community. The gallery will strive to create a sustainable community. The gallery believes that mutual benefits can be gained from work between anyone and anything among the community. The gallery will help emerging local artists gain exposure. The gallery believes that both galleries and artists can work together to succeed in the art world. The Honey Hive wants to encourage people to both give and receive from the hive.

September 2013

3 Responses

  1. Melissa Reinhold
    Melissa Reinhold October 26, 2013 at 7:33 pm · Reply

    Nice to meet you today, I look forward to the gallery’s events!

  2. Sridhar Ramasami
    Sridhar Ramasami December 8, 2013 at 4:24 pm · Reply

    Nice running into your venue. There’s lots of energy here. Keep it up!

  3. patricio
    patricio January 22, 2014 at 7:50 pm · Reply

    My name is Patricio Guillamón, I’m argentinian photographer/ graphic artist, that just moved to SF. Since I’m new in town, I’m looking forward to show my work to the SF art scene. Part of my work is based in my photography, and from there I can create, print, and draw in different forms, and I also create from scratch without even having a previous idea. I can say that I mostly work with ball pens and gel pens, creating unique textures…
    So feel free to enter my blog http://sureyeahwhynot.wordpress.com/ and see my non photographic work. The blog has been recently updated with my latest work, so take special attention to the first 3 posts!

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