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The Arts

  • Solo excursions on display

    By The Weekly on March 22, 2017
    The photography of Nicole Dreon will be featured at Riverside Studios in March with her collection “Solo.” As a photojournalist and writer, Dreon has covered stories about women boxers in Uganda, a special surfing community in Senegal, and an all-women’s rally car race in Morocco, just to name a few. Using her camera to capture unique shots of humanity all […]
  • Creating a space for artists

    By Kayla Anderson on March 22, 2017
    Nestled in the Ponderosa pines up by the Ritz-Carlton lies the new Rendezvous Cabins built by Mountainside at Northstar. With incredible views of the Mount Rose Wilderness and an extensive trail system accessible from its front doors, these modern rustically furnished huts are an ideal place to get away and absorb the mountain’s natural surroundings. In addition to the luxury […]
  • Literary Notes

    By The Weekly on March 22, 2017
    Apply to Community of Writers The Community of Writers at Squaw Valley has announced the dates for the 2017 Summer Writing Workshops and is accepting applications now. The Poetry Workshop is from June 24 to July 1 and the Writing Workshops in fiction, nonfiction and memoir are from July 9 to July 15; the deadline to submit applications is March […]
  • Out and about

    By The Weekly on March 7, 2017
    Tahoe Art League announces exhibits being shown around town. A Cup of Cherries Café hosts a display of wintry photographs and paintings by TAL artists Donna Reid, Lois Loveless, Cherie Pinsky, Michael Schaer, Barb Gustafson and Rick Espinor through mid-April. The newest “Art Around Town” exhibit is at Bank of the West, featuring wildlife portraits by Barb Gustafson, Carroll Sue Jones, […]
  • A Bona Fide success

    By The Weekly on March 7, 2017
    Stepping into the Bona Fide Books headquarters is like stepping into an eclectic world of creativity. The charming space in Meyers is stocked with a variety of fiction and nonfiction books and works from a range of artists and photographers. Bona Fide Books is an award-winning independent press that provides Tahoe writers and artists with a public space to collaborate […]
  • Winter inspired

    By The Weekly on February 21, 2017
    Keoki Flagg will share his new winter image releases at a reception on March 4 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Gallery Keoki in the Village at Squaw Valley. These exciting images were inspired by the “Snowmageddon” experienced locally so far this winter, as well as trips to British Columbia and Japan. “Infinity” Keoki Flagg | Gallery Keoki “Throughout the […]
  • Jason Woodcock · The art of anachronism

    By The Weekly on February 21, 2017
    Steampunk is about fusing the old with the new and is probably the best way to describe Jason Woodcock’s art. The South Lake Tahoe resident assembles copper tubing, light bulbs and working wooden gears in order to bring his work to life with hypnotic movement. “I love functional art,” says Woodcock, whose work includes a lamp with Bluetooth speakers. Steampunk […]
  • Keoki Flagg · Evolving with the times

    By Priya Hutner on February 8, 2017
    Keoki Flagg is an iconic Tahoe artist and photographer. He has traveled the world, illuminating his life experiences through the lens of his camera for more than 35 years. This adventurer has made his home in Tahoe and his renowned Gallery Keoki is nestled in the Village at Squaw. Celebrity Hound Hobnob Feb. 11 | 6-8 p.m. Gallery Keoki | […]
  • Camera as paintbrush

    By The Weekly on February 8, 2017
    Carson City, Nev.  | Nevada State Museum will present, “Beyond Nature’s Light,” the photography of Abe Blair until March 20. Many grand vistas and unique geologic features occur in Nevada and eastern California. Through careful study of a scene and extensive knowledge of his medium, Blair captures the mood and power of natural scenes many never see. “As an artist […]
  • The Arts

    By The Weekly on January 25, 2017
    Art that affords spirit In February, the Incline Village Visitors Information Center will bring together four artists who work in four different mediums for a new show titled “Whimsical Spirit.” The four featured artists are as follows. Untitled Ellen Beauregard | Incline Village Visitors Information Center Troi Follansbee is a native Californian artist who creates mosaic sculptures using many types […]