Friday, November 20, 2015

An arts and music initiative in Reno's Midtown: The Holland Project

The permanent home of the Holland Project in Reno, Nevada
With the mission Art, music, culture. By young people, for young people the Holland Project offers diverse workshop opportunities to Reno's Midtown community and beyond [1]. The recently bought building at 140 Vesta Street in south Midtown provides a permanent home for the youth-based alternative arts organization, where workshops are hosted, music events take place and a go-to art space invites the public to visit visual exhibits. The Holland Project Gallery has a Blogspot site [2]. The Holland building is located in a performance-oriented, cultural and educational neighborhood including the Reno Little Theater (RLT), the Stremmel Gallery, the Rainshadow Community Charter High School and other places to meet, entertain and interact.   

Don't feel excluded while pondering the above by-young, for-young mission. The Holland Project is run by young people, but caters to all free-spirited age groups, as their site with posted events promises [3]: The Holland Project Always all-ages. All the time.  

References and more to explore
[1] About the Holland Project [].
[2] The Holland Project Gallery [].
[3] The Holland Project Blog [].