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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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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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5 Q’s with Alisha Funkhouser

5 Q’s with Alisha Funkhouser

For this Edition of 5 Q’s, we chat with our very own Alisha Funkhouser, HP Art+Gallery Director, about her recent jaunt around LA. Alisha visits the area about once or twice a year to check out what’s going on, meet new artists, peep new gallery…

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5 Questions with Henry MacDiarmid & Fiona McElhany

5 Questions with Henry MacDiarmid & Fiona McElhany

Longtime Holland members/local artists Henry MacDiarmid and Fiona McElhany recently spent a good chunk of time in Europe. Henry and Fiona both have keen eyes, great taste, and ears to the ground for cool stuff, interesting artists, and well-designed places and things.  Below is the latest installment of 5…

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Roundtable with Jack Malotte

Roundtable with Jack Malotte

A few days ago a few of us gathered for an informal conversation with artist and activist Jack Malotte at the site of his retrospective at the Nevada Museum of Art. Local painter Austin Pratt, student and activist Sierra Jickling, and musician Jake Painter got…

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5 Questions with Alana Berglund

5 Questions with Alana Berglund

The Holland Project’s Alana Berglund just returned from a week in Mexico City scoping out the art scene. We caught up with her with a few questions about the experience, what left an impression, and what we should know about! Mexico City is so big…

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5 Questions with Joanne Northrup

5 Questions with Joanne Northrup

We caught up with Nevada Museum of Art’s JoAnne Northrup last week as she lead a tour through the current Georgia O’Keeffe’s incredible Living Modern exhibition for this year’s Teen Open Studios students. She had just flown in from a trip to the Venice Biennale…

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The 2019 4x4x48 Music Video Challenge

The 2019 4x4x48 Music Video Challenge

This year marks the 8th occasion of the 4x4x48 Music Video Challenge which brings together artists and local bands to create one-of-a-kind music videos in just 48 hours. Our 2019 teams included Vera Miller directing for Blunderbusst; Audrey Broughton + Ana McKay for Bug Bath; Drew…

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Smooth Muscle Collective on the “Velvet Highway”

Smooth Muscle Collective on the “Velvet Highway”

Holland Project Gallery is thrilled to welcome Jacy Ceccarelli, Domonique Palladino, K.C. Tidemand and Sophie Parker, the founders of Smooth Muscle Collective. Coming from different parts of the country and world, they met while attending the School of Visual Art in NYC and shortly after…

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That’s a Wrap! 2018

That’s a Wrap! 2018

Here’s a look back at the fun and wild ride that was 2018. Over the course of the year, Holland produced 287 events including 147 music shows, 56 exhibitions and art events, 16 workshops in everything from woodworking to self love, 1 night of city-wide…

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