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Holland Origin Stories

Holland Origin Stories

From time to time we get asked about certain names, phrases, stories, titles – and sometimes we gotta prove or bust some myths! KWNK is the first listener powered, volunteer run, member supported community radio station in Reno. Reno had been without a freeform community…

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Local Music Pick

Local Music Pick

In a new series, we’ll be hearing from a different person every month, reflecting on Reno music projects, current or not so current, and what makes them special and personally important to them. Clark Demerrit on Brainfoot “My name is Clark Demeritt and I love…

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Homebodies no. 23 – Greg Allen

Homebodies no. 23 – Greg Allen

Homebodies explores the personal spaces of community members, the artworks and interesting objects they’ve collected through the years, and how those pieces live with them every day. We’re very excited for edition number 23 with a home/studio tour by Reno-based artist Greg Allen. Greg is a…

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5Q’s With Leslie Foster

5Q’s With Leslie Foster

It is such a pleasure to have Leslie Foster answer this round of 5Q’s! We learn about his approach to collaboration, his childhood in Southeast Asia, and he lends words of advice to young aspiring filmmakers. Plus he shares some amazing film recommendations! 1. Your…

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Meghna Misson’s MIXED: An emerging artist’s first solo exhibition in Cafe Capello

Meghna Misson’s MIXED: An emerging artist’s first solo exhibition in Cafe Capello

Meghna Misson is an aspiring young artist who’s lived most of her life in California before settling in Reno.  Having graduated high school in 2019, she is about to finish up her final term with Truckee Meadows Community College, and plans to transfer to the…

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“___ON___”: Tiny Tim

“___ON___”: Tiny Tim

In this series we’ll be hearing from a new person each month, talking on a specific topic of their choosing – something they love, a hobby, an interest, a thread they’ve been feeling lately, or a new discovery. Andrea Elizabeth on Tiny Tim “Tiny Tim…

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Homebodies no. 22 – Francine Burge

Homebodies no. 22 – Francine Burge

Homebodies explores the personal spaces of community members, the artworks and interesting objects they’ve collected through the years, and how those pieces live with them every day. We are now one year into this blog series (our first post was on April 20, 2020!) and…

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Homebodies no. 21 – Jessica Imus

Homebodies no. 21 – Jessica Imus

The Homebodies series explores the personal spaces of community members, the artworks and interesting objects they’ve collected through the years, and how those pieces live with them every day. Our 21st edition is from Jessica Imus, whose collection is filled with friends, collaborative projects, and other collected…

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“___ON___”: Short Films

“___ON___”: Short Films

In this series we’ll be hearing from a new person each month, talking on a specific topic of their choosing – something they love, a hobby, an interest, a thread they’ve been feeling lately, or a new discovery. Cameron White on Short Films “First, one…

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Homebodies no. 20 – Ron Rash

Homebodies no. 20 – Ron Rash

The Homebodies series explores the personal spaces of community members, the artworks and interesting objects they’ve collected through the years, and how those pieces live with them every day. This edition is brought to us by local visual and tattoo artist Ron Rash. Ron is a tried and…

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No Vacancy: Mike Burke’s Most Recent Project

No Vacancy: Mike Burke’s Most Recent Project

From February 23 to March 20, 2021, The Holland Project is exhibiting some of the smallest works ever made by local artist Mike Burke.  Working in almost entirely scrap metal, the artist spent his pandemic welding small-scale models of Reno’s historic landmarks.  Vintage street signs…

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Tyler Calkin “Gesture Index”

Tyler Calkin “Gesture Index”

New Glyph Gallery utilizes the giphy.com space for virtual exhibitions. Artworks live on The Holland Project’s branded account as “gif stickers” and are available for use in Instagram and any other app where Giphy is enabled. The works are on view for three months, searchable…

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