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From The Garden by Ana Mckay and Ally Messer (interview)

From The Garden by Ana Mckay and Ally Messer (interview)

Emma Rash, current HP intern, chatted with Ana Mckay and Ally Messer about their art show, From The Garden, up now at Holland’s Micro Gallery at Record Street Bibo, with a Closing Reception on August 30. EMMA: What are your biggest inspirations when it comes to…

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Interview with Artist Nathaniel Benjamin

Interview with Artist Nathaniel Benjamin

Artist and Gallery Committee member, DePaul Vera chatted with Nathaniel Benjamin about his exhibit with Summer Orr and Rita Salt currently up in the Holland Project Gallery. Check out their conversation below!!     Currently showing at Holland, Where the Shadow Catches You with works…

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Dog Treats and the Ideal Date w/ City Wolves

Dog Treats and the Ideal Date w/ City Wolves

I’ve interviewed City Wolves before but a lot has been going on for them lately (Erin Miller joined the band, they’re releasing a full length album, and going on tour) so obviously, I had to interview them again. We sat in Brigdon Markward’s living room,…

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A conversation with the artist: Denali Lowder

A conversation with the artist: Denali Lowder

Gallery Committee member Bridget Conway spent some time with artist Denali Lowder to chat about her exhibition Tree of Heaven, up now in the Holland Gallery through the end of July. Check out their conversation below!   B: Can you speak a little about the name…

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Megan Berner’s journey to the Arctic

Megan Berner’s journey to the Arctic

Drift, up now in the Holland Gallery, features work from Megan Berner and Victoria Buck and centers around their trip to the Arctic Circle as a part of an artist residency program. We asked Megan a little bit about her journey traveling to the Arctic, how…

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Loud Fast Gear Report

Loud Fast Gear Report

This is the Loud Fast Gear Report. Before we get started, if anyone has seen or knows the whereabouts of a Yamaha Organ with the name “fun” in it, contact Bryan Dainesly. He wants to play it again.  I met Bryan at this year’s Gremfest. He…

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Reflecting on the loss of Chris Cornell

Reflecting on the loss of Chris Cornell

At fifteen, I listened to a lot of Soundgarden. I wore torn jeans and flannel. I was a survivor of suicide. Music could reach me in a place where my friends and loved ones couldn’t. I loved a lot of music, but the singers that…

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LOUD FAST GEAR REPORT

LOUD FAST GEAR REPORT

Here we are for another edition of the Loud Fast Gear Report. If you’re just checking in, last month I had the wonderful opportunity to sit down with Alexander Korostinsky in his apartment to talk about all of his cool things. We talked endlessly about the gear…

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Now That’s What I Call A Decade

Now That’s What I Call A Decade

As part of Holland Project’s Holland Project’s 10 Year Anniversary Weekend, we wanted to put together a special project that honored the bands who’ve given Holland life, inspiration, and dedication for the past decade. Erin Miller worked diligently on compiling this amazing record of 40+…

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Loud Fast Gear Report

Loud Fast Gear Report

In yet another attempt to further understand the madness of artists’ creative tools, we are here again for another Loud Fast Gear Report. This first report for April is definitely a good one. It’s a massive catalog of instruments, influences and some of the best…

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