Cultural Resources

The Map/Directory is an interactive tool featuring artists, venues, and cultural events throughout El Dorado County. You can browse the map or use the keyword search or filters to choose which category you wish to search. Then simply click on the Map Pin to learn more.

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“Questions and Answers” will be the subject of an open forum meeting of the El Dorado Camera Club on Thursday, January 17. The EDCC is comprised of photographers, professional and hobbyist, with varying levels of expertise in subjects including picture composition, Photoshop, Lightroom, cameras , resources and all other things related to photography. This will be shared at the meeting with an open forum discussion among members and guests. The El Dorado Camera Club meets at the Cameron Park community Center at 2502 Country Club Drive; Cameron Park, CA, 95682 at 7:00 pm. EDCC membership is free to students and visitors are welcome and encouraged to bring their questions – and answers.…

Join us for a public reading of a new play written by students of El Dorado High School's Collaborative Playwriting class, made possible by El Dorado Arts Council & California Arts Council. Listen to students present their play, "Cloront: A Dream Play" publicly for the first time and stay for a Q&A with the playwrights and teaching artists. This event is free to the public. …

Music On The Divide presents Jessica Malone in concert on Sunday, January 20, from 3:00 to 5:00pm at the Georgetown IOOF Hall. Doors open at 2pm for members, 2:30 for the public. Tickets available at the door, $20 adults, $5 students, children under 5 free. For further information go to http://www.musiconthedivide.org

Natural pigments with a focus on local colors—foraged or cultivated from a 100 mile radius is the part of Ms. Pettite's process. Summer 2018, she grew indigo, persicaria tinctoria in her Placerville garden to use in her paintings and drawings. Other local colors include the mushroom pisolithus arrihizus, black walnuts, elderberry and much more. The integration of materials and process into her imagery is an important to Ms. Pettite's work—and essential part of being an artist in the 21st century, where concern and action on climate shifts create a richer experience for the artist and hopefully her viewers.…

Beverly Austin is a California native and an award winning artist. Using oils and acrylics, Beverly has been drawn to combining the spiritual and physical realms of the world through nature and light in her paintings. She believes that nature has a timelessness that reflects the past, present and future.…

Andrew is a woodworker and metal sculpturist. He spends his free time (what little a father of a toddler can find) working in his home studio (garage) making things. Currently, he has been sculpting pieces from found root systems of dead Manzanita shrubs. Experimenting with resins and light features, Andrew has been hard at work on items for friends and family.…

Carol 'Cj' Nelson is an award-winning Northern California Photographer and Multi Media Artist who is most at ease in nature, behind a camera or creating exquisite treasures in her art studio. She resides in Georgetown, CA and is a member of Art on the Divide Cooperative Gallery and also one of the artisans at the Blue Lotus 530 Handmade Gifts in Lotus, CA.…

Irene Lipshin photographs from the perspective of a poet, telling a story through the magic of words and images, hoping to evoke emotions that help us see and understand the puzzles and contradictions we meet on our journeys. She advocates for peace, children’s issues and the environment through the arts and walking the Camino de Santiago in Spain. Irene has also published a poetry chapbook, “Shadowlines”, and writes with the Red Fox Underground Poets Workshop.  …

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