Last chance to visit Lake Tahoe at the Nevada Museum of Art

December 11, 2015

Time is running out to see “Tahoe – A Visual History” at the Nevada Museum of Art, featuring more than 400 objects, most of which have never before been shown together. Take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime chance to see Lake Tahoe come alive through the work of numerous artists. You can enjoy this historical survey exhibition through January 10, 2016.

Tahoe-A Visual History exhibit at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno.

“Tahoe – A Visual History” exhibit at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno. Photo © Stan White

There are 12 exhibition themes, ranging from Native American through the present day. They explore the Native American experience, the arrival of the first European settlers, industry and exploitation, leisure activities, and the current challenges of preserving the beauty and environment of the Lake Tahoe Basin. Over 400 works of art by 175 artists are arranged throughout most of the Museum’s exhibit spaces.

When you are up at Lake Tahoe, a good place to learn more is the Taylor Creek Visitor Center. Through exhibits and easy hikes around the area, visitors can acquaint themselves with the big variety of natural ecosystems and features found in the Lake Tahoe Basin.


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