Tahoe arts and mountain culture will be overflowing the Truckee River during the Historic Downtown Truckee Art & Soul Art walk in September.
Check out original work by local artists showcasing their handcrafted creations including original photography, jewelry, sculptures, ceramics and much more.
A long standing tradition for more than 40 years, this timeless festival presents Shakespeare under the stars on the lake shore.
The festival runs July 8 through August 21, 2016 at Sand Harbor State Park featuring The Comedy of Errors – a double dose of laughter, and Forever Plaid – a pitch-perfect, jukebox musical.
Niall McGuinness, Trey Stone and John Shipley will perform live at the Music on the Beach fundraiser for the Tahoe Arts Project on Thursday, August 24, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Tahoe Lakeshore Lodge in South Lake Tahoe.
Suggested donation is just $10 per person to see these three local legends while you support art programs for local school children.
See you there.
Founded in 1982 by Edgar Braun, conductor of the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra, the Lake Tahoe Music Festival is dedicated to growing the musicians of tomorrow, and is integral to the arts and culture of the community. Set against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range “Sunset Serenades” is an intimate setting with five varied and unique classical music concerts. The festival takes place throughout North Lake Tahoe in August.
With all of her senses engaged, she creates watercolors that capture her love affair with Lake Tahoe and nature.
Meet Joyce Major, Incline Village water colorist. Joyce combines her passion for the outdoors with an equal passion for creating art.
Funny how ideas come to light. Literally.
As an artist herself, she wanted to create a way for everyone to afford emerging artists’ work without having to find space on the wall, or pay for framing. So she started putting art onto light switch plate covers. First her own art, and then other artists.
Meet Kristen Anderson from Truckee.
Tahoe’s most eclectic arts festival, the Valhalla Arts, Music & Theatre Festival, returns for its 38th season in the beautiful Boathouse Theater until August 31, 2017. With views of the lake in the background, enjoy concerts with music all genres, dramatic and comedic theater, fine art shows and workshops, plus kids’ art and drama camps. Immerse yourself in the heritage of the spectacular “Valhalla” historic estate next door to Camp Richardson on the South Shore.