The Which House makes art happen. Anywhere. 
We believe everyone is an artist. 

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Currently we're working on a new GROUNDS TO GARDENS initiative as part of the new First Sip Fest! Check it out and let us know what you think. 

First Project: "Stand" Music Video


In partnership with Greendoor Gourmet Farms and Brooklyn Heights Community Garden in Nashville, TN, "Stand" is a call to artists and community members to come together in the name of our food and our health. 




Art is change. We need change.

Changing multi-faceted, intersectional problems requires perspective changes which are equally multi-faceted and intersectional. 

A Euler Diagram gif that forms a star in the middle and reads, "The Which House." The circles and overlapping areas read, "Divine Feminine, Trust in the Unknown, Ancient Wisdom, Regenerative Agriculture, Healing our Planet our Home, Climate Justice, Systemic Equality, Radical Self Love, Community Empowerment, Integration and Wholeness. Outside encircling the whole diagram reads, "Community From Arts," an arrow continues the circle to point to "Art From Community," and another arrow points to the top text in a continuous cycle.

"We will not go back to normal. Normal never was.

Our pre-corona existence was not normal other than we normalized greed, inequity, exhaustion, depletion, extraction, disconnection, confusion, rage, hoarding, hate and lack.

We should not long to return, my friends.


We are being given the opportunity to stitch a new garment. One that fits all of humanity and nature"

- Sonya Renee Taylor
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Ariana, a white woman with dark brown hair is outside in the woods. She smiles at something to her right, and is wearing an orange mock neck shirt under a collared black half-zip and a maroon puffy vest.

ARIANA HODES is a 2021 graduate of the Arts Management and Entrepreneurship Masters of Arts at The New School. After covid hit New York City, she relocated to New Hampshire, worked and learned on Dimond Hill Farm, and played music with her parents, Peggo and Paul Hodes. A multi-disciplinarian artist, Ariana aims her work at the intersection of art and regenerative farming. It is her belief that if we can get the food system right, we have a decent chance of saving humanity as well as most life on earth. She mourns the species already extinct and maintains hope that we can change course. She believes art has a vital role to play in helping cultures and societies make this shift toward collaboration and care-based systems rooted in the Divine Feminine.

ANNE VEAL is a creator / performer / educator who specializes in improvised and ensemble-devised theatre. She taught improv in NYC from 2016-2020 and performed internationally with Rapid Fire Theatre, Der Andre Teatret, and the Vancouver International Improv Festival. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, she has been more grateful than ever for the life lessons of this art form: being in the moment, riding the waves of chaos + surprise, and not getting stuck in "plans." Her scripted work has been seen in Washington, DC; Prague, CZ; Chicago, IL; Basin, MT; Louisville, KY; and NYC, housed in theatre spaces, haunted mansions, and historic buildings. Anne roots her work and life in the practice of active compassion and studies CCT (Compassion Cultivation Training) with the Compassion Institute. On the autodidactic side of things, she nerds out about cognitive neuroscience, mythic cycles + archetypes, quantum mechanics, and shamanic practices. You can hear Anne perform lots of zany characters on the weekly innovation podcast Live! From Tomorrow

Download Anne's creative resume here.

Anne, a white woman with shoulder length brown hair blows bubbles through a big bubble wand. Bubbles stream out the other side.


As descendants of colonial oppressors, we acknowledge that we live and work on stolen lands called the United States. 
The Indigenous Nations of Turtle Island have stewarded these sacred waterways and lands since time immemorial. 
We are grateful that they are still here. We are grateful for their wisdom. 
May we be a spark that helps light the eighth fire
“Since our activities are shared digitally to the internet, let’s also take a moment to consider the legacy of colonization embedded within the technologies, structures, and ways of thinking we use every day. We are using equipment and high speed internet not available in many indigenous communities. Even the technologies that are central to much of the art we [make] leaves significant carbon footprints, contributing to changing climates that disproportionately affect indigenous peoples worldwide. I invite you to join me in acknowledging all this as well as our shared responsibility: to make good of this time, and for each of us to consider our roles in reconciliation, decolonization, and allyship.”
–Adrienne Wong of SpiderWebShow

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