The Migratory Hive Project invites viewers to experience the Micro and Macrocosm through an exploratory fun house filled with Hives containing miniature artist-made worlds. This large-scale version was erected at True/False Film Festival in Columbia, MO in 2013. The project involved a core team of  8 from St Louis, MO and Minneapolis, MN. Over 20 artists contributed to the interior of the hives along with a student group from the CARE Program in Columbia. The Migratory Hive project was first developed for the 2011 Southern Graphics Conference on Cherokee Street with Michael Allen and Lynn Josse. Displaying "Seven Lost Buildings in Old North". Migratory Hive Project also appeared at the Chautauqua Art Lab in 2012 and Temporal Cities: Blanket Fort Festival (Benton Park) 2014. Some of the hives currently reside at the Shenandoah HomeStay where they are open for viewing by appointment.