Cultural Resources

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PHOTOGRAPHERS INVITED TO COMPETITION Are photographers are invited to participate in a judged photography print competition hosted by the El Dorado Camera Club at their next meeting on Thursday, February 21. This competition is open to all members and non-members for a small entry fee. Membership in the club is free to high school students. There are multiple categories for color and black and white photos and ribbons will be awarded for first, second and third winners. There are monetary awards for Theme and Best of Show category winners. Special theme for this competition is “Surprise”. This theme is open to interpretation by the photographer. Special judge for this competition is well-kno…

American River Conservancy invites the public to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first Japanese colony in America at the historic location of their 1869 tea and silk farm in Placerville, CA. Check out our festival website for more information https://www.arconservancy.org/wakafest150/ WakamatsuFest150 is a celebration of 150 years of Japanese-American heritage, arts, and cuisine. The festival will feature Japanese and Japanese-American food, art, music, performances, demonstrations, discussions, competitions, and more. Booths will offer Asian and other foods, information, and merchandise. Entertainment will show…

Kelly Smith Cassidy has been a professional sculptor since 1997. Kelly creates in bronze and copper using gas welding equipment. Most of her work is made custom order by commission. Her Tahoe studio is open by appointment or during the Tahoe Art League Studio Tour the last weekend in July, first weekend in August.…

The Tahoe Art League Art Center is a friendly and casual place that is the home of our TAL Gallery and Office. You are welcome to drop by and visit anytime during business hours (or whenever our OPEN sign is on) to view and purchase fine art, ceramics, jewelry, fabric items, note cards, and more!  Everything is locally made by Tahoe artists and artisans. The Art Center also has a kiosk with announcements of art events and classes to spark your creativity. Drop by – we look forward to meeting you!…

“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.…

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.…

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