Holes in the Wall Collective is working hard to put on programming even as we are inbetween spaces.
In the meantime, send us your hi-fives, help hold back the bureaucratic monkey wrenches and donate your couch change and we'll be on our way.
Hosted by Decades Out.
The salon will bring together artists, scientists, engineers, and community organizers who are concerned about water management in the era of climate change and recognize that this crisis requires us to fundamentally disrupt our decision-making frameworks. This event will provide all participants with a unique space for sharing, listening, learning and being inspired to take action!
A art+science4climate party will immediately follow the salon (after 9:30 pm) and will take place in the same space.
This salon will be at the culmination of the 2-day symposium, Art of Science/Science of Art: Working with Water in a Changing World and is part of NYC Climate Week.
200 6th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Kelly Tanner will be in residence at St Ann & the Holy Trinity Gothic church in Brooklyn Heights.
Come join us for our Community Saturday with the L train Brass Band.
2-4p Prospect Park- on that triangle of grass just in from Grand Army Plaza.
We’ll have our community teaspoon brigade installation and survival libations.
Look for the Change the Climate banner or follow the music.
Charming Disaster will be in residence at the Morris Jumel house for their 360 Residency. Morris Jumel is the oldest house in Manhattan.
Charming Disaster will be working on composing a song from start to finish. They have a new LP: Spells + Rituals. Check them out: https://www.charmingdisaster.com/
Come join us for a 15-person samba reggae percussion group Mambembé this Saturday as we gather to help change the climate thru creativity.
Great! But how is a community picnic dance party in the park gonna help us change the climate?
1/ One of the best ways to make a movement is to get moving. And doing it joyously through music helps you keep moving.
2/ We are looking to support the people already doing the work. For this we need your support. And to ask for your support, it's just better with chips & salsa and live music.
3. It takes a village to raise a child and an entire metropolis to get creative enough to raise the issue and change the climate.
Today Alanna Blair will be in Residency at Rough Trade.
Alanna is a Dj and musician and we are excited that one of the best independent music houses and record shops in the city has agreed to host her 360 residiency.
Check out Alanna’s Instagram @tgrbass
and Rough Trade NYC here.
And be sure to follow the blog of creatives in their mini residencies HERE.
Yeup – we are hitting the streets to find support ! lookin for dollars and quarters, big checks and high fives. Holes in the Wall is hitting the Union Square Farmers Market for your signatures. Asking for your support in building a Holes in the Wall Collective Center for Creative Research Reflection & Action.
We received just the kick in the pants we need, and it’s time to fly! We have until the summer to raise money for the land– wipppiiee!! and to find a new city home for HWC– know of any potential pop-up spaces ??
Plus **COMING SOON**
Kicking off our 360 ONE DAY Residencies in NYC
Launching our CHANGE THE CLIMATE campaign– with a speculative future twist
Commencing our FOR THE FIRE, FOR THE FUTURE partnerships
And more !
Check back soon… the engine is starting to revvvvv.