Open Residency - Three Day
Jun
26
Jun 29

Open Residency - Three Day

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Come work on your work - solo or with collaborators.  Creatives across disciplines welcome. 

Open Residencies are an affordable chance to get away from your daily grind and carve out a slice of time for you.  Shared and individual space for productivity, reflection and work.  Designed for those of you unable to leave your life for long periods of time -- a chance to focus in, finish that project, find your inspiration, change your normal.

The Holes in Wall Collective Creative Residency Program is designed to span across many mediums and designations of creativity.  Holes in the Wall Collective strives to expand the notion of creativity in addition to holding space for more defined forms of creative practice.

We welcome all creatives to apply.

Expanding our residency to those working in science, policy, economics, mathematics, education, research, activism, pedagogy, technology in addition to the more known forms of creative practice in the visual arts, writing, performance & music.  We invite people across disciplines to engage with their practice and share collective space.

Big projects.  Small Projects. Collaborations.  Solo work.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection. 

Three Rates, subsidize or be subsidized.  $45/night - subsidized rate,  $60/night - regular rate,  $75 - sustaining rate.
APPLY HERE

 

Pop-Up Thought-Luck :  INDEPENDENCE.
Jun
30
Jul 2

Pop-Up Thought-Luck : INDEPENDENCE.

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Pop-Up Thought-Luck :  INDEPENDENCE.
June 30th - July 2nd

In the face of our current political discourse, Holes in the Wall Collective would like to invite you to join us for a two day miniature think-tank.

Inviting independent minds across disciplines, fields and societal sectors to come to delve into a weekend conversation.

INDEPENDENCECountry.  Nation.  Boundaries.  Borders.  Nature.  National.  Authority.  Dependence.  Relational.  Separatist.  Evolution.  Immigration.  Migration.  Refugees.  Rules.  Culture.  Inheritance.  Way of Life.  Context.  Past.  Future.  Now.

Inviting each participant to bring a reading to share for a Friday evening salon & to join in a thought-luck style dinner on Saturday.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection, a large converted stone barn for performance/art studios, pool & pond.

$95 for the weekend, including private room, use of the kitchen + kitchen basics like flour, sugar, oils, spices and condiments. Holes in the Wall also provides coffee (we are coffee nerds), tea and popping corn.  Double room available for couples/fiends/collaborators for $150.
APPLY HERE

 

Open Week for Groups, Troupes & Organizations
Jul
10
Jul 16

Open Week for Groups, Troupes & Organizations

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

The Holes in the Wall Collective Cabin is available to organizations, research groups, salons, bands, theater and dance troupes, film crews and more to come hold residence for up to one week.  The rental gives you full access to the cabin, kitchen, living room and screened in porch in addition to the grounds, facilities and the barn. 

Ideal for those workshopping a piece, shooting a short, recording an album, having a work intensive, hosting a training, researching etc.

Join us on the land with seasonal produce available from the Holes in the Wall Tiny Farm/Big Garden, food packages also available.  The cabin sleeps up to seven people, the barn with 1200 sq ft of open floor plan and studio space.

$1000 / week

Open Residency - Three Day
Jul
17
Jul 20

Open Residency - Three Day

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Three Day Open Residency Period
July 17th - July 20th 2017

Come work on your work - solo or with collaborators.  Creatives across disciplines welcome.  Open Residencies are an affordable chance to get away from your daily grind and carve out a slice of time for you.  Shared and individual space for productivity, reflection and work.  Designed for those of you unable to leave your life for long periods of time -- a chance to focus in, finish that project, find your inspiration, change your normal.

The Holes in Wall Collective Creative Residency Program is designed to span across many mediums and designations of creativity.  Holes in the Wall Collective strives to expand the notion of creativity in addition to holding space for more defined forms of creative practice.

We welcome all creatives to apply.

Expanding our residency to those working in science, policy, economics, mathematics, education, research, activism, pedagogy, technology in addition to the more known forms of creative practice in the visual arts, writing, performance & music.  We invite people across disciplines to engage with their practice and share collective space.

Big projects.  Small Projects. Collaborations.  Solo work.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection. 

Three Rates, subsidize or be subsidized.  $45/night - subsidized rate,  $60/night - regular rate,  $75 - sustaining rate.
APPLY HERE

Yoga & Wellness Retreat with Elyce Semenec
Jul
21
Jul 23

Yoga & Wellness Retreat with Elyce Semenec

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Join Elyce Semenec for her second annual Summer Wellness Retreat on the Art in the Fields Property in New Jerusalem, PA. 

Relax in 29-acres of oxygen rich summer foliage, away from the hustle and bustle of your everyday life.  Restore and rejuvenate your body, mind and spirit with daily yoga in a huge barn with skylights. Refresh your senses during the morning walking meditation around the acre wide pond. Nourish your belly and body with catered organic, vegetarian meals. 

There will be an evening bonfire and the Hawaiian Ho'oponopono ritual of reconciliation and forgiveness (to clear out negativity and put things right in our relationships with others). Dhira & Julia, of Holes in the Wall Collective, will lead a guided botanical tour of the fields followed by an elixir-making class and Craft Cocktails. You can swim in the pool or share with the wildlife in the acre-wide pond. If you choose to explore the area, there are local activities such as Crystal Cave, the covered bridges of PA, or a giant famous flea market and swap meet. Kutztown is easy to travel to from NYC, either by car or by bus from Port Authority, NYC.

MORE INFO HERE.

Sponsored Work Week
Jul
24
Jul 28

Sponsored Work Week

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Sponsor your employee / your colleague / your collaborator to come spend one week on the land in a work intensive.  Time for them to delve into a new project or work avenue, focus in, complete a deadline, be in intensive.  Also with the intention of giving the gift of a changed context, time, space and hopefully a break. 

Give the gift of time. 

The Holes in the Wall Cabin rests on 29 acres of woods, fields, a pond and a pool.  With ample work space inside and out - including in each room, on the screened in porch, in outdoor spaces and in the 1200 sq ft converted barn.

$250/week including breakfast - house made muesli, yogurt, milks, eggs, toast, tea and Irving Farm Coffee.
APPLY HERE

Open Residency - Week Long
Jul
31
Aug 6

Open Residency - Week Long

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Come work on your work - solo or with collaborators.  Creatives across disciplines welcome. 

Open Residencies are an affordable chance to get away from your daily grind and carve out a slice of time for you.  Shared and individual space for productivity, reflection and work.  Designed for those of you unable to leave your life for long periods of time -- a chance to focus in, finish that project, find your inspiration, change your normal.

The Holes in Wall Collective Creative Residency Program is designed to span across many mediums and designations of creativity.  Holes in the Wall Collective strives to expand the notion of creativity in addition to holding space for more defined forms of creative practice.

We welcome all creatives to apply.

Expanding our residency to those working in science, policy, economics, mathematics, education, research, activism, pedagogy, technology in addition to the more known forms of creative practice in the visual arts, writing, performance & music.  We invite people across disciplines to engage with their practice and share collective space.

Big projects.  Small Projects. Collaborations.  Solo work.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection. 

Three Rates, subsidize or be subsidized.  $270/week - subsidized rate,  $360/week- regular rate,  $450/week - sustaining rate.
APPLY HERE

Open Residency - Three Day
Aug
14
Aug 17

Open Residency - Three Day

Three Day Open Residency Period
August 14th - August 17th 2017

Come work on your work - solo or with collaborators.  Creatives across disciplines welcome.  Open Residencies are an affordable chance to get away from your daily grind and carve out a slice of time for you.  Shared and individual space for productivity, reflection and work.  Designed for those of you unable to leave your life for long periods of time -- a chance to focus in, finish that project, find your inspiration, change your normal.

The Holes in Wall Collective Creative Residency Program is designed to span across many mediums and designations of creativity.  Holes in the Wall Collective strives to expand the notion of creativity in addition to holding space for more defined forms of creative practice.

We welcome all creatives to apply.

Expanding our residency to those working in science, policy, economics, mathematics, education, research, activism, pedagogy, technology in addition to the more known forms of creative practice in the visual arts, writing, performance & music.  We invite people across disciplines to engage with their practice and share collective space.

Big projects.  Small Projects. Collaborations.  Solo work.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection. 

Three Rates, subsidize or be subsidized.  $45/night - subsidized rate,  $60/night - regular rate,  $75 - sustaining rate.
APPLY HERE

Invited Residency
Aug
17
Aug 20

Invited Residency

  • Holes in the Wall Collective Cabin

Invited Residencies are curated by Holes in the Wall Collective to bring together individuals across disciplines whose person, subject or content share common threads.

The Holes in Wall Collective Creative Residency Program is designed to span across many mediums and designations of creativity.  Holes in the Wall Collective strives to expand the notion of creativity in addition to holding space for more defined forms of creative practice.

Creatives across disciplines welcome. 

Expanding our residency to those working in science, policy, economics, mathematics, education, research, activism, pedagogy, technology in addition to the more known forms of creative practice in the visual arts, writing, performance & music.  We invite people across disciplines to engage with their practice and share collective space.

Big projects.  Small Projects. Collaborations.  Solo work.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen, access to 29 acres for walks and reflection, use of the converted stone barn for physical and visual practices.

Open Residency - Three Day
Aug
21
Aug 24

Open Residency - Three Day

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Three Day Open Residency Period
August 21st - August 24th 2017

Come work on your work - solo or with collaborators.  Creatives across disciplines welcome.  Open Residencies are an affordable chance to get away from your daily grind and carve out a slice of time for you.  Shared and individual space for productivity, reflection and work.  Designed for those of you unable to leave your life for long periods of time -- a chance to focus in, finish that project, find your inspiration, change your normal.

The Holes in Wall Collective Creative Residency Program is designed to span across many mediums and designations of creativity.  Holes in the Wall Collective strives to expand the notion of creativity in addition to holding space for more defined forms of creative practice.

We welcome all creatives to apply.

Expanding our residency to those working in science, policy, economics, mathematics, education, research, activism, pedagogy, technology in addition to the more known forms of creative practice in the visual arts, writing, performance & music.  We invite people across disciplines to engage with their practice and share collective space.

Big projects.  Small Projects. Collaborations.  Solo work.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection. 

Three Rates, subsidize or be subsidized.  $45/night - subsidized rate,  $60/night - regular rate,  $75 - sustaining rate.
APPLY HERE


Open Week for Groups, Troupes & Organizations
Jun
19
Jun 25

Open Week for Groups, Troupes & Organizations

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

July 19th through July 25th
The Holes in the Wall Collective Cabin
is available to organizations, research groups, salons, bands, theater and dance troupes, film crews and more to come hold residence for up to one week.  The rental gives you full access to the cabin, kitchen, living room and screened in porch in addition to the grounds, facilities and the barn. 

Ideal for those workshopping a piece, shooting a short, recording an album, having a work intensive, hosting a training, researching etc.

Join us on the land with seasonal produce available from the Holes in the Wall Tiny Farm/Big Garden, food packages also available.  The cabin sleeps up to seven people, the barn with 1200 sq ft of open floor plan and studio space.

$750 / week Monday through Friday,  $1000 / week Monday through Sunday
APPLY HERE

 

ARDEN/EVERYWHERE
Jun
5
Jun 9

ARDEN/EVERYWHERE

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Workshop intensive for ARDEN/EVERYWHERE re-imagines Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” as a story about refugees. It unlocks this beloved comedy’s deepest heartbeat to tell a distinctly contemporary story – one that looks into a world of dislocation and exile to discover resilience, reconciliation and love. Performed by a cast of professional actors alongside non-professionals from the refugee and immigrant community, it unleashes theater’s unique ability to awaken empathy, locating our common humanity in the face of a seemingly incomprehensible global catastrophe.

Memorial Day Weekend, Three Day Open Residency
May
26
May 29

Memorial Day Weekend, Three Day Open Residency

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Come work on your work - solo or with collaborators.  Creatives across disciplines welcome.  Open Residencies are an affordable chance to get away from your daily grind and carve out a slice of time for you.  Shared and individual space for productivity, reflection and work.  Designed for those of you unable to leave your life for long periods of time -- a chance to focus in, finish that project, find your inspiration, change your normal.

The Holes in Wall Collective Creative Residency Program is designed to span across many mediums and designations of creativity.  Holes in the Wall Collective strives to expand the notion of creativity in addition to holding space for more defined forms of creative practice.

We welcome all creatives to apply.

Expanding our residency to those working in science, policy, economics, mathematics, education, research, activism, pedagogy, technology in addition to the more known forms of creative practice in the visual arts, writing, performance & music.  We invite people across disciplines to engage with their practice and share collective space.

Big projects.  Small Projects. Collaborations.  Solo work.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection. 

Three Rates, subsidize or be subsidized.  $135 - subsidized rate,  $180 - regular rate,  $225 - sustaining rate.
APPLY HERE

 

WhatNOWwhat: Step Aside > Youth Vision
May
25
6:00 pm18:00

WhatNOWwhat: Step Aside > Youth Vision

  • Industry City Distillery

Holes in the Wall Collective Presents... 
STEP ASIDE >YOUTH VISION.


We hope you will join us on Thursday May 25th to gather, support, raise awareness and to celebrate five NYC organizations working by and for Youth !

Part of our Pop-Up Benefit Series - WhatNOWwhat. These benefits are produced in just two weeks time- fast, furious and community-based to match the rate of the current climate. This time is not normal, so neither is our response. 

Show your LOVE for the FUTURE- the YOUTH are inheriting quite a tangle and have a thing or two to tell us.

WhatNOWwhat: Step Aside > Youth Vision
Held at the Industry City Distillery in Sunset Park
5/25 // 6-9pm
33 35th st 6th floor, Brooklyn
D/N/R 36th st stop
$1-$100 admission - no one will be turned away for lack funds

Come Support the work of Brooklyn College Community Partnership,  City Growers,  Urban Word NYC,  Day One  &  the True Colors Fund

100% of proceeds from the night after cost is given evenly to the organizations

FEATURING . . . 
Youth DJ sets
Art installation featuring youth art
Spoken Word from #UrbanWordNYC
Breakout workshop from #BCCP
A pop-up farm stand from #CityGrowers
Food and beverages from the Industry City Distillery & Holes in the Wall Collective

and more !

The night is centered around Youth voices for the future - come here what's up. The evening is geared towards an all age audience with the evening led by youth voices and thier partners. 

We look forward to having you join us !
Come on out, step on up, do good.


VISIT OUR WhatNOWwhat PAGE FOR DETAILS
FACEBOOK event

BRASS TACKS: Mother's Day Special with PitchBlak & Special Guests
May
13
May 14

BRASS TACKS: Mother's Day Special with PitchBlak & Special Guests

  • Industry City Distillery

We're breaking it down to the brass tacks- bringing back the essentials of big instrumental sound.  Raw heat played to the room and fine libations to warm the winter nights.

At the Industry City Distillery, a working distillery and Tasting Room bar in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.  Views of lady liberty, get your body movin' music & high spirits.

Bring your mom.  Mother's Day specials at the bar.

$10 adv. $12 door // doors 8pm // D/N/R 36th street subway stop
- HIP HOP - FUNK - SOUL -

MORE INFO HERE

Open Residency- two night minimum
May
1
May 7

Open Residency- two night minimum

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Come work on your work - solo or with collaborators.  Creatives across disciplines welcome.  An affordable chance to get away from your daily grind and carve out a slice of time for you.  Shared and individual space for productivity, reflection and work.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection.  $45/night, two night minimum.

Retreat: In the Now with Caroline Parsons
Apr
28
Apr 30

Retreat: In the Now with Caroline Parsons

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

We live in intense times. With the rapidly evolving state of the world, we can become overwhelmed by the amount of information and the stress of navigating it all. 

Come fully unplug and de-stress with soothing techniques for the nervous system, including restorative yoga, breath work, meditation, self-hypnosis instruction and playful connection. 

Every day there will be in-depth experience of these practices, as well as guided sessions to reflect how they can become a part of your daily life.  With time to enjoy walking, reflection, and connecting with others.

This is a weekend of digital detoxification.  You will be asked to hand over your devices for the entirety of the weekend-this is an integral part of the process!

Includes lodging, facilitation and breakfast.  More info HERE.

Three day Open Residency
Apr
24
Apr 27

Three day Open Residency

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Three day OPEN RESIDENCY period $45/night

Come work on your work - solo or with collaborators.  Creatives across disciplines welcome.  An affordable chance to get away from your daily grind and carve out a slice of time for you.  Shared and individual space for productivity, reflection and work.  Open residencies are held for one week at a time.  Join us for one winter session or all four.  Designed for those of you unable to leave your life for long periods of time -- a change to focus in, finish that project, find your inspiration, change your normal.

With the possibility to stay for both sessions, 4/21-27.

Weekend Open Residency
Apr
21
Apr 24

Weekend Open Residency

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Three day OPEN RESIDENCY period $45/night

Come work on your work - solo or with collaborators.  Creatives across disciplines welcome.  An affordable chance to get away from your daily grind and carve out a slice of time for you.  Shared and individual space for productivity, reflection and work.  Open residencies are held for one week at a time.  Join us for one winter session or all four.  Designed for those of you unable to leave your life for long periods of time -- a change to focus in, finish that project, find your inspiration, change your normal.

With the possibility to stay for both sessions, 4/21-27.

Workshop: The Pulse of Narrative with Garrard Conley
Apr
14
Apr 16

Workshop: The Pulse of Narrative with Garrard Conley

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

You have a true story to tell, but how do you sift through all of the details, facts, and information to find the beating heart of your narrative? The art of memoir is often an exhausting and solitary task, so our retreat will bring together a group of like-minded writers for a weekend of writing, reading, and community.

Mornings will be spent studying key passages from both conventional and unconventional memoirs to find various examples of successful narrative structures, widening our understanding of the form. We will discuss these passages in detail and generate our own work through targeted exercises and prompts. Afternoons will be focused on workshopping prepared manuscript pages. Evenings will be devoted to readings and, of course, dinner, though you’re free to slink off at any point to work on more writing.

Come enjoy the first awakenings of spring on our 29 acres, relax by the fire with a new community of talented writers and carve time to dive into your work- the story that only you can tell.  Breakfast and lunch will be provided by Holes in the Wall, all vegan and vegetarian, with dinner provided the first evening.

Includes lodging, workshop, breakfast and lunch + dinner on the first night. More info HERE.

BRASS TACKS: Lowdown Brass Band & New Sound Brass
Apr
8
Apr 9

BRASS TACKS: Lowdown Brass Band & New Sound Brass

  • Industry City Distilery

We're breaking it down to the brass tacks- bringing back the essentials of big instrumental sound.  Raw heat played to the room and fine libations to warm the winter nights.

At the Industry City Distillery, a working distillery and Tasting Room bar in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.  Views of lady liberty, get your body movin' music & high spirits.

$10 advanced $12 door //  doors at 8pm // D/N/R 36th street subway stop
- NOLO - HIP HOP - FUNK - SOUL - GOOD OL' FASHION BRASS -

More Info and Tickets HERE

Open Residency
Mar
27
Apr 2

Open Residency

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

SESSION FULL.

Come work on your work - solo or with collaborators.  Creatives across disciplines welcome.  An affordable chance to get away from your daily grind and carve out a slice of time for you.  Shared and individual space for productivity, reflection and work.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection.

Frame Work: Surface
Mar
20
Mar 26

Frame Work: Surface

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

What is seen.  First impressions.  Texture.  Skin.  Thick or thin.  Deep or shallow.   Power of image.  Fake News.  Join us for this residency session on what is on the surface and what pierces through.  We invite you to join in collective conversation and to have solitary time to work on your work. 

Frame Work weeks begin with a group dinner provided by Holes in the Wall and end with a group sharing of the week’s reflections and/or work.  Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection.

BRASS TACKS: Charles Mantis, Cocek! Brass Band & Black Bear Combo
Mar
11
Mar 12

BRASS TACKS: Charles Mantis, Cocek! Brass Band & Black Bear Combo

  • Industry City Distillery

We're breaking it down to the brass tacks- bringing back the essentials of big instrumental sound.  Raw heat played to the room and fine libations to warm the winter nights.

At the Industry City Distillery, a working distillery and Tasting Room bar in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.  Views of lady liberty, get your body movin' music & high spirits.

$10 advanced $12 door // doors at 8pm //  D/N/R 36th street subway stop
- BALKAN - PUNKROCK -  JAZZ - ELECTRONIC -

More Info and Tickets HERE

what NOW what: Change the Climate
Mar
9
7:00 pm19:00

what NOW what: Change the Climate

  • The Industry City Distillery

Join us MARCH 9th for an evening of art, music, performance and installation benefiting organizations working for the environment, land justice and the changing climate. 

Benefiting Honor the Earth, Natural Resources Defense Council350 NYC, and Earthjustice.
100% of door and bar after costs goes to the organizations.

With live pop-up performances from Andrew James Benincasa , Jennifer Kreisberg from Ulali, First Nation A Cappella Trio & Rude Mechanical Orchestra !

DJ sets throughout by DJ Scribe and DJ Chela
Food by Insatiable Vegan
Video teaser from DecadesOut The Weather Project Documentary
Special pop-up action/inform sessions from Impact Human 
and Next Epoch Seed Library

And continuing the interactive installation Teaspoon Brigade, a nod to Pete Seeger: an action piñata-seesaw to pop the paradigm through interactive calls to action. 

March 9th • 7-11p
Admission $1-100
Industry City Distillery
33 35th st 6th fl. • BROOKLYN
D/N/R to 36 st
***
It won't matter what side of the river you're on once the river's gone.

Open Residency
Feb
27
Mar 5

Open Residency

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Come work on your work - solo or with collaborators.  Creatives across disciplines welcome.  An affordable chance to get away from your daily grind and carve out a slice of time for you.  Shared and individual space for productivity, reflection and work.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection.  $45/night, two night minimum

Study Session: Oil and Water
Feb
20
Feb 26

Study Session: Oil and Water

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Oil drives us.  Water makes us.  There’s no way getting around the importance of the two.  And that they don’t mix.  Let’s study together the long history of our petroleum based economy, the current administration, issues of sustainability and a little Upton Sinclair.  Each day will begin with a coffee jumpstart and include an optional teatime roundtable discussion,  leaving ample time for personal work and reflection.  Come as an expert or a novice- to learn independently or to delve into a research project/ writing assignment.

What doesn’t mix.  Disparate politics.  The past and future economies.  Liquid money vs. liquid life.  Energy.  Espresso.  The Chevron Effect.  The Fracking question.  Standing Rock.

Everyone will be asked to bring one thing to the table to further the conversation- a piece of media, article, excerpt of book, personal work or activity related to the subject.  A week long salon.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection.  Includes daily breakfast with Irving Farm coffee, assorted teas, house muesli, breads, butter & jam.  $350.

photo credit: grist.org
BRASS TACKS: Raya Brass & Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band
Feb
11
Feb 12

BRASS TACKS: Raya Brass & Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band

  • Industry City Distillery

We're breaking it down to the brass tacks- bringing back the essentials of big instrumental sound.  Raw heat played to the room and fine libations to warm the winter nights. 

Come dance your Valentines Day butt off.

At the Industry City Distillery, a working distillery and Tasting Room bar in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.  Views of lady liberty, get your body movin' music & high spirits.

$10 advanced $12 door // doors at 8pm //  D/N/R 36th street subway stop
- BALKAN - PUNKROCK -  JAZZ - ELECTRONIC -

More Info and Tickets HERE

Open Residency
Jan
30
Feb 5

Open Residency

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Come work on your work - solo or with collaborators.  Creatives across disciplines welcome.  An affordable chance to get away from your daily grind and carve out a slice of time for you.  Shared and individual space for productivity, reflection and work.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection.  $200-$285

Frame Work: Undercurrents
Jan
15
Jan 19

Frame Work: Undercurrents

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

The pulse.  The ebb and flow.  Grassroots and tree roots.  Sewers and subways.  The ideas that remain/ the enduring themes beneath the changing fashions.   As a Trump presidency looms, fear and fascism are coming out of the woodwork. But so is the bedrock of collective action, solidarity and the reckoning of true US histories.  Join us for this residency session on our social undercurrents. 

Frame Work weeks begin with a group dinner provided by Holes in the Wall and end with a group sharing of the week’s reflections and/or work.  Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection.  $250

photo credit: versoPRINTS
Study Session: Untold Histories
Jan
5
Jan 8

Study Session: Untold Histories

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

In the false political narrative to “Make America Great, aka: White Again-,” we discuss the untold histories of how America has been made, created and defined, through the lens of the indigenous, black, Chicana/o, Chinese, and woman narratives. 

Each day will begin with a coffee jumpstart and include an optional teatime roundtable discussion, leaving ample time for personal work and reflection. Come as an expert or a novice- to learn independently or to delve into a research project/ writing assignment.
Everyone will be asked to bring one thing to the table to further the conversation- a piece of media, article, excerpt of book, personal work or activity related to the subject. Each participant will have a private room and workspace and access to 29 acres to walk and reflect.

HWC very partial recommended reading: The Souls of Black Folks - WEB Dubois; Between the World & Me - Tahesi Coates; An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States and All the Real Indians Died Off: And 20 Other Myths About Native Americans - Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and Dina Gilio-Whitaker; A Different Mirror: A History of Multicultural America - Ronald Takaki; The Chinese in America - Iris Chang; People’s History of the United States - Howard Zinn; East of Eden - John Steinbeck; A History of Women in America - Carol Hymowitz and Michaele Weissman; Dancing at the Edge of the World: Thoughts on Words, Women, Places Ursula K. Le Guin.

Each participant will have a private room with work space, use of kitchen and access to 29 acres for walks and reflection.   Includes daily breakfast with Irving Farm coffee, assorted teas, house muesli, breads, butter & jam.  $200

photo credit: Catherine Grau
Workshop: The Drawing Room
Jan
2
Jan 4

Workshop: The Drawing Room

  • Holes in the Wall Collective

Twenty Seventeen. One for the record books- one we might wish to sweep under the carpet and go running for the woods. But here we are. Time to reconfigure. To dig in. To step up. Time to put the pen to the drawing board and make it happen. Begin this year by joining us in a Drawing Room workshop session. For your life or business, for a cause, for a project. Join us in a small group setting to put big ideas to the page and explore the need to move into action.

A three day intensive brainstorm with daily collective sessions to help strategically web ideas, aspirations and significant time for your own work and reflection.

We’ll spend the workshop with giant brainstorming exercises, individual mind tangle sessions, group feedback, consultation and reflections. Holes in the Wall will provide breakfast and lunch each day, a private room with workspace and 29 acres to walk and reflect. This is not a retreat - it’s an advance. Resolutions are great but action plans are grand. Start the year with pen to page.

Breakfast & dinner, sessions and lodging - $250 single occupancy, $375 double. Proceeds benefit continued Holes in the Wall programming.

OPEN RESIDENCY PERIOD
Oct
10
Oct 16

OPEN RESIDENCY PERIOD

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Join HOLES IN THE WALL COLLECTIVE on the Art in the Fields Property in New Jerusalem, PA for and OPEN RESIDENCY PERIOD.  Come work on your work- creatives across disciplines welcome. Two-night minimum stays. APPLY HERE.  STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS.

Progress Theatre
Sep
30
Oct 2

Progress Theatre

PROGRESS THEATRE (PT) is a Houston-based, nationally and internationally-touring ensemble of multi-disciplined artists committed to using theatre as anti-racism engagement to encourage social consciousness, cross-community dialogue and cultural awareness.

Broken Box Mime Theater Residency
Sep
22
Sep 28

Broken Box Mime Theater Residency

A collaborative performance group whose mission is to activate the imaginations of their audiences, contemporize the art of mime, and remind us all of the power of simple storytelling.

Photo by Bjorn Bolinder

Summer Season Closes
Sep
4
12:00 pm12:00

Summer Season Closes

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The Summer Residency Season Comes to a close. 

Check back soon for Fall and Winter dates.

Fall Break
Sep
1
Jan 1

Fall Break

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The Holes in the Wall Collective Residency is on it's fall break. 

Programming will resume January 2nd, 2017.

'The Associates' Group Residency
Aug
22
Aug 26

'The Associates' Group Residency

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The Associates were once hard-working apprentices at Actors Theatre of Louisville. There, they trained together under The Mad Ones, who led them through their first devised pieces and, in so doing, forged a creative bond among them that they rely on to this day. Now they continue that practice together in New York City, as hard-working apprentices in the Theater At Large. They are the writers, directors, and performers of their plays. They harvest paradox; they dwell in sticky moments; they make work that aims to change the trajectory of storytelling tradition.

Themed Residency Period: BLACK & WHITE
Aug
15
Aug 20

Themed Residency Period: BLACK & WHITE

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Themed week 3: BLACK & WHITE

Binaries. Contrast. Race politics. Chess. America. Constructed realities.  Greyscale.  How much do you operate in absolutes?  How has your identity been put in one or the other?  How does that affect your work?  Creative residents apply to spend the week (5 nights/6 days) at the Holes in the Wall Cabin, where they work independently, but have two opportunities to come together and hold how their work interacts with the theme.   

Themed sessions are for the entire week and can not be attended partially. Those wishing for less time can find availability in our open residency period (2 night minimum). Check availability here.