Burning Man piece installed in Tahoe City

Tahoe Public Art is unveiling its first installation of the Tahoe Public Art Trail, “Ursa Mater,” in Heritage Plaza in Tahoe City on Aug....

Macbeth returns to Sand Harbor

An eerie wind blows across the fading Lake Tahoe sunset. The lights go out and three witches appear. Dreadlocked, dead-eyed, demented, not of this...

Maritime museum hosts exhibits

The Tahoe Maritime Museum is hosting two unique exhibits at the museum in Tahoe City through April 2019: “The T-Files: The Search for Tessie”...

Washoe Galis Dungal

Galis Dungals, or traditional Washoe winter huts, have been recreated at several Tahoe locations. The conical structures are supported by a frame of poles...

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....

The art of the Quick Draw At Plein Air Open

Imagine that you are set up with your canvas, paints and easel perched in the middle of a bustling Tahoe City Farmers Market. Everything...

Fish sculpture to be dismantled

The Tahoe City Trout Sculpture that has sat in the wye at the intersections of Highways 89 and 28 since 1977 will soon be...

Public art OK’d for Kings Beach

Public art pieces for the two roundabouts in Kings Beach have been approved by the Placer County Board of Supervisors, the North Tahoe Business...

Tom Carter | Reflections of Tahoe in glass

Outdoor enthusiast Tom Carter has always been drawn to the crystal-clear waters of Lake Tahoe. He has spent the last two decades living on...

Online public art piece visualizes Tahoe climate data

Tahoe Public Art has unveiled its climate data visualization art piece “Land to Lake” online to kick off the new year with a call...