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Call for ideas: The APIARY 8 theme is up to you!
Philly, what's good?  No, really — we want to know. Because this year, the APIARY print theme is up to you.  Why a theme? Well, with every print issue, we bring people together from all over the city to share their work. And then connections...
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Who Do You Love? Charles Bukowski
In collaboration with PhillyCam, Moonstone Art Center’s Who Do You Love? series celebrates poets old and new through conversations between Philly’s best writers, poets and arts organizers. Please join us live on September 1st for a discussion of the...
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An Interview with Apiary Artist Corey Brickley
Corey Brickley is an illustrator and graphic designer who has lived and worked in Philly for nearly 4 years. Corey’s done editorial illustrations for the New York Times, illustrated book covers, album covers, and posters. As one of the chosen...
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Jul 28 Small Hex A small hex for dates on Apiary Magazine's website.
Who Do You Love? Pablo Neruda
In collaboration with PhillyCam, Moonstone Art Center’s Who Do You Love? series celebrates poets old and new through conversations between Philly’s best writers, poets, and arts organizers. Please join us live on August 5th for a discussion of the...
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"Night Child": A Short
"Night Child," a poem by Jasmine Combs, was selected to be made into a short film by Apiary's Marie Alarcón. The text of Jasmine's poem is below.   Night Child Slithering sunset slipping between the fingertips of the tree tops. The stardust...
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