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Coronavirus & Community Health

Coronavirus & Community Health

See updated dates for postponed shows. We, along with other venues, gathering spaces, event producers, and cultural/public spaces, are answering the call for social and personal responsibility in effort to stave off a serious health crisis and to “flatten the curve” to prevent the COVID-19…

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5Q’s with Outback Arthouse

5Q’s with Outback Arthouse

We were so thrilled to see our friend Kristin Hough and her cohorts of Outback Art House in Los Angeles for Frieze Art Week in February! So we thought for this edition of 5Q’s it would be fun to dig into what Outback is all…

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Self-Love: What is it?

Self-Love: What is it?

We are celebrating this Valentine’s Day with a little self-love advice from the amazing and brilliant Ali Szarko (psychology/behavioral science PhD student at UNR). With all this love in the air and all the pressures and expectations that can come along with Valentine’s Day, Ali is…

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Looking into the Lightbox – Arielle Hardy

Looking into the Lightbox – Arielle Hardy

“Her show reminds the viewer of the importance of asserting personal agency in interpreting the media put in front of us.” -Arielle Hardy   Art Historian Arielle Hardy on Fantasies of Triumph, by Las Vegas-based artist Kristin Hough. Fantasies of Triumph is on view in…

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5Q’s with Ahren Hertel + Austin Pratt

5Q’s with Ahren Hertel + Austin Pratt

Ahren Hertel and Austin Pratt’s solo exhibitions Match and A Gate, Wild, Breathing are now on view at Oat Parks Art Center in Fallon, Nevada. In this edition of 5Q’s, we wanted to catch up and learn more about their relationship to this space, to each other’s works, and…

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Summer Orr: Graveyard

Summer Orr: Graveyard

Summer Orr Graveyard Jan 22 – Feb 14, 2020   In this interactive installation from local artist Summer Orr, viewers will have the ability to quite literally cast light upon ceramic sculptures, found objects, and visual elements in a personal simulated night-time desert environment, where…

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5Q’s with John Knight

5Q’s with John Knight

This edition of 5 Q’s we followed up with the artist John Knight to discuss his exhibition, Hook and ladder dreams, in the Holland Project’s Serva Pool Gallery. We asked him about the ideas and influences that go into his work, and his thought processes…

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Goodbye 2019!

Goodbye 2019!

An amazing year to finish an incredible decade! So long, 2019! Thank you to our participants, friends, volunteers, and partners for making it another a year to remember. In 2019, Holland produced 294 events including 143 in music, 52 exhibitions and visual art programs, 30…

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Best of the Decade – Ilya Arbatman

Best of the Decade – Ilya Arbatman

Thinking about the ‘best of the decade’ got me thinking about how we really like to think in decades when we turn a retrospective eye. The 60s with their enviable and (maybe) successful political movements, the 70s with their bright lights and disillusionment and cynical…

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2019 TOP TENS + BEST OF THE DECADE!

2019 TOP TENS + BEST OF THE DECADE!

Every year, we shoot out a little dispatch to our community asking for everyone’s highlights from the year – favorite albums, songs, artists, and musical or cultural moments. Since we’re wrapping the decade this time around, we also asked for any highlights from the past…

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