December 8th is going to be teeming with radicalness. The night will begin at 6PM with Peek: Cellphonetography Show–an original art show featuring only photos taken with cellphones. We have 200+ submissions and they’re are going up! Â Following PEEK is the return of Elephant Rifle accompanied by Seattle’s Stickers (featuring Troy from Short Hair!). Stickers’ punk/no -wave attack will fit extremely well with the gross punk Elephant Rifle will be spewing. This is going to be rad rad rad. Â Wednesday, December 8th at the HPHQ (30 Cheney st.)
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Get ready to look at the railroads longingly because on Friday December 10th The Bindlestiffs will be playing at the Holland Show Space at Rainshadow. Accompanying their country/blue grass goodness will be the indie rocking of The Frontiersmen. This night will be one of true bossness. Friday December 10th doors 7:30 at the Holland Show Space at Raindshadow $5.
Posted in Uncategorized on 12. Nov, 2010
As some of you know, one of Holland’s coolest fundraisers is the Holland Editions project–a very awesome print-of-the-month club featuring 12 artists (one per month) who are commissioned to design an original, limited edition print masterpiece.Â Â There are only 30 spots available each year and this year is almost full, but not quite!Â This is an incredible project and a perfect way to collect original artwork for INSANE prices (roughly $20 a print, about 10% of what these artists normally sell their work for).
Since there are a few spots left, we would love for you to spread the word and send to your people to see if we can fill the remaining subscriptions. This year is packed full of fantastic artists– including renowned UK designer Anthony Burrill, National Geographic lead designer Oliver Uberti, UNR printmaking star Eunkang Koh, and amazing, young up-and-comers–Ashley Westwood, Gabby Guerrero, Alex Sorrell, Evan Dent, and more!
It’s $240 for the entire year (you can pay in full, or in two installments). Email hollandreno[at]gmail.com if you, or anyone you know, would like to subscribe!
Melbourne Australia’s two-piece Fabulous Diamonds, Pigeons (Bronx feel good dreamy experimenters), Dolly Nomad (half of Zirconian Mind), and A LA ALLAH will be performing at the HPHQ. $5 it’s going to be rad. SUPER LAST MINUTE, DON’T MISS THIS.
Listen to Fabulous Diamonds here!
The master of loops Daniel Francis Doyle will collide with the rockin’ musical styles of the Humans on November 13 at the HPHQ 7:30PM. The great collision will be set on the noisy mathy minimal-esque soundscape of Oakland’s Starskate. Woooweewoo, this is going to rule. Daniel Francis Doyle will kill it with his rocking (yet heartfelt) music, The Humans will rock the hell out of you, and Starskate will fill you with profound thoughts of future times. Be there if you are rad. November 13, HPHQ 7:30PM $5. ALLLLRIIIIIGGGGGGHHHHHHHTTTTT!!!!!!!
Interested in learning a new useful craft? You betcha, you are! Come to the silk screening workshop taught by Kyle Kozar at Rainshadow (121 Vesta St) on Saturday November 13th and Sunday November 14th from 12pm – 3pm to learn how to print images on to posters, shirts, CDs, etc. with the ancient art of silk screening.Â Silkscreening first appeared in China around 960 AD and is carried on today with rad people like you. Day one: we will go over building screens and putting your image on the screen, and Day Two: methods and printing. This workshop will be forever useful to your artists endeavors but space is limited so YOU MUST RSVP! Only $15 for a lifetime of rad shirts!
UPDATE: This workshop is FULL.Â A second one has been added on November 20-21.Â Same time.Â RSVP to email@example.com.
Congrats to “Audience Choice” Winning Pair, Alberto Garcia and Megan Berner, for their mixed media (wooden frame, photograph, projection) piece that received the most ballots over the course of the night.Â Nicely done guys!
1st Runner Up (by just a few votes!) – Adam Kienas, Mike Livernash and Ahren Hertel
2nd Runner Up (by just a few votes too!) – Carlos Kovac and Becky Bogard
And the Jury Award (decided by Claire Munoz, Nevada Museum of Art) for “Outstanding Work of Art” went to Gabriela Renteria and Anthony Alston!
AMAZING JOB and CONGRATS to all the artists, we’re so very proud of you.Â For photos of the night click HERE.
Posted in Uncategorized on 04. Oct, 2010
Bored of just music? Well we got the perfect remedy; a showcase of dance, movement, and performance. Featuring over ten new works less than ten minutes. This night will draw from the wide spectrum of dancem we got hip hop to modern to experimental. Join us Saturday October 16th at 7:00 pm. Only $5.
$5 before 8pm
Stay tuned for ADVANCED tickets!!