The Hive: A Safe Space for Creative Minds
By living in a community with a vibrant culture, we are able to be the kind of place that lifts up those around us. Having a strong, vibrant arts community makes Boise a better place for everyone to live, work and give.
The Pettitt Group real estate team supports art in all forms. We believe that art creates community, which is why each month we choose a local non-profit organization to support.
We are excited to announce our support for The Boise Hive in April 2018. We will give $100 per transaction to The Boise Hive this month, or a minimum of $1,000 (whichever is greater).
“We provide a safe, all-ages, sober space for fostering a supportive, creative musician’s community in Idaho. We empower musicians and other artists through access to mental health services, business tools and other resources to thrive.”
A regularly recurring workshop, jam session, or discussion with a unified theme.
The Hive has various programs that push musicians to fill their emotional toolboxes while empowering them to be successful in the industry. The programs offered at The Hive cover a variety of topics, each with a specific goal. Participants are able to work through personal issues while exploring the behind the scenes of the music industry. Some of the regularly scheduled programs are listed below.
a live performance planned and promoted by aspiring artists and promoters
held every Saturday 6PM – 10PM
Jam It Out
a jam session for veterans, and their guests, to help promote networking;
held every Friday from 6PM – 10PM
aims to help teach the ins and outs of the work of a production engineer
held in 8-Week long sessions, meeting once a week for two hours
lecture or panel style discussions, hosted by industry professionals and others seasoned in their areas of expertise, that cover varies topics that aide in the development of a successful band
The Hive’s community space is a safe, sober place for creatives to come together. The Hive has various in house mental health resources. These resources include, but are not limited to, onsite counselors and a resource manager. The counselors are available Mondays & Wednesdays from 6PM – 9PM. The Resource Manager on staff is able to connect those in need, with mental health professionals or other resources in our community. Group classes and workshops are help in the community space. These events aim to support individuals on their journey to success. Individuals are able to work through personal issues at The Hive allowing them to better themselves and eventually their community.
We are excited to continue to grow and serve and LOVE where we live! Learn more about our Community Giving program and see all the 2018 non profit organizations here.Posted by Andrea Pettitt on