Summer is an amazing time to enjoy arts and culture in the Truckee-Tahoe area, and we want to share some of these dates with you!

Truckee Thursdays,
Downtown Truckee
June 8 - August 17, 5:00-8:30pm
Downtown Truckee transforms into a street fair feat. artisans, food trucks, a beer garden & live music.

Art, Wine & Music Festival,
Squaw Valley
July 8 & 9 from 11am-5pm
Fine artists, makers, performers & musicians in this two-day annual event.

Pop-up Coburn Music Concert,
Riverside Studios
August 8th
Coburn Music is an early classical music concert series in the Truckee-Tahoe area.

Trails & Vistas,
Mount Rose Wilderness
Sept 9 & 10
Art in nature: Art Hike with music, art, dance, poetry on a 2 1/2 mile trail.

Art & Soul ArtWalk 2017,
Downtown Truckee
Sept 16
Live art demos, music, wine & beer tasting and small bites at 30 local artist stops!

Truckee Wine Walk & Shop,
Downtown Truckee
Oct 7
Receive a wine glass, five food tickets & map to 30+ participating venues for sampling wine. Wine, walk and shop!

We hope to see you out and about enjoying the arts this summer!


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Tahoe Black Bear. Acrylic on reclaimed Lake Tahoe pier wood.32"x38”

Tahoe Black Bear. Acrylic on reclaimed Lake Tahoe pier wood.32"x38”

Join us May 5th from 5.00 - 8.00pm for an art reception

with local artist Sara Smith.

Sara's work is influenced by science, by nature, by the study of both human and animal social systems, by individual and collective behavior, and by meditation.
In this collection of work Sara focuses on the mother and bear cub. By focusing on the familial side of these beautiful animals she hopes to open a doorway to the connections that we share, as fellow inhabitants of both this place and this world. Mama protects her cub; love is universal.

We will be serving up fresh music by the talented Ann Marie Sheridan.

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Refreshments and snacks served!

Join us!


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Join us April 7th from 5.00-8.00pm for the opening of work by Alison Armstrong and her project, 'Scarce'. 

Ali grew up in Fort Lauderdale Florida. She began her career as a free lance portrait artist.  In 2014 she started Scarce, to raise money and awareness for animal species in crisis.

Scarce exists to encourage responsible protection of the endangered and to never forget the beauty of the extinct. Ali paints extinct animals in black and white because they are forever gone. To the endangered she adds a touch of color, for these there is hope.

10% of sales from Ali Armstrong's work, 'Scarce' will be donated by Ali and Riverside to various non profit organizations in support of endangered species and awareness programs !
The Philippine Eagle Foundation
http://www.philippineeaglefoundation.org/
The Snow Leopard Trust
https://www.snowleopard.org/
The International Rhino Foundation
http://rhinos.org/
Yosemite Conservancy
https://www.yosemiteconservancy.org/

 

Live music by Aaron Oropeza and refreshments served

10076 Donner Pass Road

5.00-8.00pm, April 7th

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