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CALL TO PHOTOGRAPHERS – CAPTURING THE SOUND

CALL TO PHOTOGRAPHERS – CAPTURING THE SOUND

Event Dates: July 13–July 31, 2015 Entry Deadline: July 6, 2015   ABOUT: The Holland Project Micro Gallery is searching for photography submissions to be included in a group exhibition that showcases local bands and shows at alternative venues and DIY music spaces in Reno….

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Matt’s May Playlist!

Matt’s May Playlist!

Our music/booking intern Matt made another Spotify playlist for you all to enjoy! This playlist centers on female-fronted punk/rock acts and includes artists ranging from La Luz to Speedy Ortiz to Sleater-Kinney to Hole. Make sure you give it a listen!!    

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Meet the Artist: J. Gallego

Meet the Artist: J. Gallego

Up at this very moment in the Holland Gallery is a killer exhibit titled Visual Wasting featuring work from two rad artists (and musicians) J. Gallego from Seattle and Jon Kortland, a former Renoite now based in SF. The closing reception is THIS SATURDAY, and…

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100 Hip Hop Articles, Essays, & Write-ups

100 Hip Hop Articles, Essays, & Write-ups

In preparation for Sunland #5: a chat about the state and legacy of hip hop from a Northern Nevada perspective, below is a HUGE compilation of recent articles, essays and write-ups that explore the major force that is hip hop, from various social, political, &…

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The Tokyo Beatles (1964)

The Tokyo Beatles (1964)

“Nowhere in the world does youth seem to dominate a nation as they do in Japan.” In 1963, the Beatles exploded onto the British music scene and rapidly conquered Western Europe and America. Japanese youth was not immune to Beatlemania either. Yet in the absence…

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Become a Poet Laureate!

Become a Poet Laureate!

CITY OF RENO POET LAUREATE FY2014-2016 / NOMINATION GUIDELINES The City of Reno is now seeking candidates to serve as the honorary City of Reno Poet Laureate, the mission of which is to promote poetry as both an art form and a means of inspirational…

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Zines!

Zines!

Did you know that the Holland Project has zines? Local zines, happy zines, sad zines, activist zines, art zines, photography zines, comic zines, travel zines, bicycle zines… So. Many. Zines. Stop in and check them out. Be inspired, let us know about other zines you…

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Extended Sunland Interview: Jon Kortland

Extended Sunland Interview: Jon Kortland

Last Wednesday’s Sunland talk on the convergence between Art and Music was a great one–and on a topic that we could have kept going for way longer.  We heard from a few of you that you had burning questions you wished you had asked or…

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NYT: The Ballad of Geeshie and Elvie

NYT: The Ballad of Geeshie and Elvie

On the trail of the phantom women who changed American music and then vanished without a trace. By JOHN JEREMIAH SULLIVAN In the world of early-20th-century African-American music and people obsessed by it, who can appear from one angle like a clique of pale and…

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Where the Wild Things Are…

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

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