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ALL IN

September 16 - 19, 2014 | Closing Reception Friday,  Sept. 19  6:00-9:00 PM

The Holland Project is pleased to announce All In, a fundraising exhibition for the Holland Project Gallery featuring work by more than 30 artists (ranging in age from 18-60) who helped make the Gallery one of the areas premier exhibition space in the region. The show will be on display Sept. 16-19, 2014 with a closing reception on Friday, Sept. 19th. All of the artwork in the exhibition will be priced at $100 and will be available for purchase between 6 and 9 p.m. on the night of the Closing Reception. All proceeds from artwork sales will go towards future programming in the Holland Project Gallery.

All In is presented with two goals in mind – raise money for the gallery and present an annual snapshot of the artists who have actively contributed to the visual arts side of Holland. Unlike an auction event or a traditional art show, all of the artwork in the exhibition will be priced at $100—a price point much lower than many of the artists traditionally sell their work, creating a great incentive to arrive at the event on time to nab some incredible pieces.  In addition, this show gives us the chance, once a year, to present an exhibition that showcases and celebrates what all of the artists who contribute to Holland are up to. All In is a fun opportunity to support Holland and nab an incredible piece from an amazing local artist who has been instrumental in Holland’s growth.

 

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The Holland Project Gallery is one of the go-to art spaces in Reno to see young, contemporary artists and their influences both regionally and nationally. The main gallery space, located at 140 Vesta Street, features 1-3 exhibitions a month with gallery hours Tuesday-Friday 3-6PM, or by appointment.

To see what’s up next in the Holland Gallery, check out our UPCOMING EXHIBITS page.
Interested in what’s been here before? Look through PAST EXHIBIT PHOTOS here and GALLERY ARCHIVES here.