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Artist’s Cabin | Artist in Residence

July – August

Location: Pope Estate – Artist Cabin. Park at Tallac Historic Site. Limited accessibility parking available 1 Heritage Way.

Artist Cabin Hours:  Open Wednesdays    10am – 3pm

Art Demonstrations and Open Studio
Connect through the arts as part of your visitor experience,  nature and history-themed crafts and activities at the Tallac Artist Cabin.
We invite you to stop by (no registration needed). We offer fun, self-guided creative activities for Tallac-lovers of all ages, young children and families.

Artist-in-Residence
June – September   Painting, Artist Christina Acosta

Make It & Take It Kids Art Projects (ages 4-12)  *FREE
Wednesdays  | Heritage Days  | July-August
Pine Cone Owls, Birdhouses, Wood Puzzles, Hats, Clay, Nature Journals and more!
Tallac volunteers (the “Pope Family’s Nanny”) guide drop-in art projects Come experience the connection between history, nature and art at the historic site’s Artist Cabin. Most activities will take 30 minutes to 1 hour to complete.  No registration needed. Limited seating – we suggest arriving 10 minutes prior. Some supplies and materials are available, some we scavenger hunt for.
Parent and/or guardian supervision is required for participants under age 18.
Questions? Email visitorservices@tahoeheritage.org  or call 530-541-5227

Artist Cabin Volunteers and Artists work hand in hand to provide crucial support to our visitor programs, donations are appreciated.

“Da-ow-a-ga”, the Washoe and Tallac Historic Site

By |May 19th, 2020|Categories: History, Programs|

At Tallac Historic Site, a unique National Forest area sandwiched between the Taylor Creek Visitor Center and Camp Richardson, is where you will find evidence of the Washoe People adjacent to the Tallac Museum as well as within the museum.  

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