Truckee Public Arts Commission invites the community to take in the beauty of autumn during this year’s Fall into Art showcase, which celebrates Truckee as a Cultural District of California.
The FOREST⇌FIRE Project invites the people of the Truckee Tahoe region into the captivating story of the Sierra Nevada Forest’s 13,000-year relationship with fire and the surprising and essential role humans play within it, effecting the forest, watershed, and our own health, from the past into the future.
The opening reception will include presentations by Anna Klovstad, mayor of the Town of Truckee; Eliza Tudor, executive director of Nevada County Arts Council; William L. Fox, director of the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art; Indigo Moor, poet laureate emeritus of Sacramento; and Michael and Heather Llewellyn of Llewellyn Studio, Forest Fire’s curator and producer team.
The exhibition features the work of artists Sarah Coleman, Judith Lowry, Indigo Moor, Tahiti Pehrson, Sara L. Smith, Andie Thrams, and others. (A complete list is here.)
The FOREST⇌FIRE Project addresses:
Friday Dec 10, 2021
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM PST
Opening Reception December 10, 2021
5:00 - 7:00 pm
Exhibit and programs will run through June 2022
Truckee Donner Community Recreation Center