Live! Stock Poster Exhibition

Getting excited for the fourth annual Rifflandia Festival? Get your fix at Olio Artists and Workers Cooperative.

Local artist Matt Salik created this poster for the Cave Singers's performance at Rifflandia.

Getting excited for the fourth annual Rifflandia Festival? Get your fix at Olio Artists and Workers Cooperative. Each weekend between noon and 6 pm. until Oct. 10, the doors will be open to view the exhibition of 12 local artists’ screenprints  celebrating this year’s festival lineup. Although many artists applied, there were only 12 spots. Artists include: Tim Huesken, AwolNation; Ryan Thompson, City & Colour; Evan Pine, J Mascis; Caitlin Gallupe, De La Soul; Shawn O’Keefe, Blackalicious; Ahmed Sidky, Tokimonsta; Luke Ramsey,  Broken Social Scene; Carlin Bennett, Araab Musik; Joey MacDonald, Besnard Lakes; Matt Salik, the Cave Singers; Matt Cecill, Gomez and Sean Brookes, Sage Francis. Olio Artist and Workers Collective is at 614 1/2 Fisgard St. M

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