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Spotlight on the Arts

Penny Bear to stay in Tahoe City

Tahoe Public Art has received $40,000 in funding from Placer County to purchase the sculpture “Ursa Mater” and keep the piece on permanent display...

Reno Chalk Art & Music Festival

Watch chalk paintings come to life at the fourth annual Reno Chalk Art & Music Festival from July 12 to 14 at Atlantis Casino...

Paul Radin’s Memorial “Dream Wagon” | Build It and They Will Come to Listen

Have you seen the colorful “Dream Wagon” rolling through Tahoe? It looks as if it was plucked from a gypsy caravan. The tiny house...

In search of arborglyphs

From the late 19th to mid-20th Centuries, herds of sheep roamed the High Sierra meadows, managed by sheepherders; most of them were Basque immigrants....

Pro photo tips for shooting Tahoe in summer

I fell in love with Lake Tahoe when I was in the Navy working as a combat cameraman. My wife and I would make...

Reno Art Fest

Reno Art Fest takes places on July 12 to 14 and will feature an Open Air Market, the Mural Marathon, fire dance performances and...

Art, Wine and Music Festival

The Village at Squaw Valley celebrates the 18th annual Art, Wine and Music Festival on July 13 and 14 from 11 a.m. to 5...

Rock art · Petroglyphs of Donner Summit

If you drive up Old Highway 40 about 2.5 miles from the west end of Donner Lake, there is a pull-off on the left...

Kahlil Johnson | Creating Art with Leather

If you have lived in Tahoe long enough, you probably own or know someone who owns a Kahlil Johnson leather bag. Named after the...

Jason Woodcock | The art of anachronism

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...