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Prescription for a Healthy Art Scene

Prescription for a Healthy Art Scene

*From Proximity Magazine

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Call for Submissions!

Call for Submissions!

From the Reno Bike Project: “We heart Bikes is open to everyone!  All art has to be related to the bicycle in one way or another.  This can be anything: Painting, sculpture, drawings, photographs, performances, digital media, and the like.  Every submission is welcome and…

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Where the Wild Things Are…

as read (and described in detail) by Christopher Walken.

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Punk Singer

Sunday, Brasserie St. James, 7pm, Free, All-ages.  Nuff said.

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You Asked For Some Paragraphs And I Wrote You An Essay:  Why Feminism, riot grrrl, trans exposure, and LGBTQIA  are important,  and why this is what our music is about

You Asked For Some Paragraphs And I Wrote You An Essay: Why Feminism, riot grrrl, trans exposure, and LGBTQIA are important, and why this is what our music is about

by Maisie Allen (Zeke)     Feminist is a word that has a lot of stigma attached to it. With terms like “feminazi” and the media portrayal of feminists as man-hating hairy lesbians (not that there’s anything wrong with being a hairy lesbian *cough*), it’s too…

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SVC Presents Speak Easy

SVC Presents Speak Easy

July 17th is date for Spoken Views Collective’s next Speak Easy. Speak Easy is a poetry open mic that combines spoken word and jazz. Poets come up, tell the band the mood of the poem, and magic happens. It’s truly a truly amazing fusion of…

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FORAGE

FORAGE

We’re hearing the call of salt water with this year’s Forage event, and a great adventure it’s going to be. From underwater-inspired installations, to a shipwrecked lost city, repurposed maritime flags, underwater photography, cardboard boats, knot tying, lure-making, cosmic sea fortunes, buoy making and hangin’,…

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The Stranger Show

The Stranger Show

What do you get when you mix 21 local artists with 21 Hug High School students? The third annual Stranger Show. From Oct. 8-26, the Holland Project Gallery will feature over twenty “strange” collaborative pieces created by the students and their mentors. Each year we…

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Brass Snax

Brass Snax

Bring your buns to Freeman’s Hot Dogs on Fri. Sept. 28 from 5-9PM to get the scoop on voting and listen to guest DJs from Rigorous Proof, Codexred, Elephant Rifle, Thee Indoors, Eviction, Failing Plan B and Status FLO. You can register to vote, learn…

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Modern Ciphers

Modern Ciphers

Sept. 10-28, the Holland Project Gallery hosts Modern Ciphers. Pairing Seattle glass artist Tyler Kimball with Reno collage artist Gordon Magnin, Modern Ciphers explores the alchemy of images and connectivity of symbols across medias. Featured in the gallery will be Kimball’s large glass shuttlecocks as well as multiple…

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