Join us for an evening of Art! Experience the magic of coming together and basking in the beauty of artwork by our young talented local artist and photographer, Olivia Marwell.
Join us and view the exquisite, provocative, insightful, multidimensional exhibit “What Do You See?” by the wildly talented artist and photographer, Olivia Marwell.
Olivia is the newest artist to show at the in-house gallery at The Hivery, and we are thrilled to have her.
Come enjoy the beautiful art with music, drinks, and colorful conversations on Tuesday March 5th at 6.00 - 7:30pm. Olivia will be there so you can meet the artist in person!
This evening is part of The Mill Valley Arts Commission’s First Tuesday Artwalk. Stroll around town to view an exciting range of art by Bay Area artists!
Free for members and non-members. All are welcome!
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About Olivia Marwell
Olivia Marwell is a high school student in San Francisco, California. She is a graduate of The Rhode Island School of Design Pre-College Program (2018) and the San Francisco Art Institute's Pre-College Summer Program (2017) where she received the SFAI Scholarship Prize for the most promising rising Junior.
She is a top award recipient of The 2016 Drexel Photography National High School Competition for her portrait entitled "Shut Out". She received a Gold Key from The 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for her series "Metrics" and a Silver Key for "2 am". Photographers' Forum Magazine selected "Metric's Face" for an Honorable Mention, distinguishing her work from over 12,000 photographs submitted to its Best of High School and College Photography 2018 contest. Olivia's work also won second place at the 2018 Rising Stars High School Art Exhibition sponsored by the Youth In Arts organization and first place in the photography category at 2018 The Marin County Fair.
Combining her interests in social justice with photography, Olivia currently interned for Catchlight, a non-profit using the power of photography to drive social change and has recently returned from a semester in Washington DC, where she attended The School for Ethics and Global Leadership.