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Immerse yourself in concerts, symphony, dance, hip hop and poetry. Experience a sense of wonder and awe as you peek into artists’ private studios and absorb their creative inspiration during one of the half dozen annual open studios tours. Explore our storied past at our museums. Discover our many Galleries, featuring the best of local artists in every imaginable medium. Connect with artists as interactive art projects play a starring role at our fairs and festivals. Find the many public artworks that enrich our communities. You will certainly enjoy a unique experience! Take home a special piece of art – Placer County’s eclectic art offerings are sure to appeal to all!
From valley to mountains, breathe in the creative energy of the arts scene in Placer County
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Donner Summit Historical Society’s 20 Mile Museum highlights the history and beauty of the Summit. Interpretive signs have been placed mostly along Old Highway 40 and nearby from Auburn to Truckee.
The Placer County Archives and Research Center is a repository for records generated by the county and a local history and genealogy research center.
The Gallery features the works of nearly 60 local artists who explore a wide range of media.
The Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center produces the On Stage at the State Theatre live series, offering entertainment for a broad regional audience. On Stage at the State Theatre features live music, dance, children’s shows, community events and play performances.
Led by Peter Jaffe and supported by an amazing level of skilled musicians from the area, the orchestra provides live services and concerts.
Filled with artifacts and furnishings from a bygone era, the Bernhard House transports visitors to a simpler time.
Blue Line Arts showcases the works of regional and national artists, and offers flexible exhibition space suitable for small musical performances, lectures, parties, and demonstrations.
Easy access to parking.
Roseville’s history museum is dedicated specifically to the history of Roseville.
The Colfax Heritage Museum contains an eclectic collection of items that tell the history of the Colfax area, as well as illustrate the strong relationship to and influence of the building of the Transcontinental Railroad.
The park is home to numerous hiking and snowshoeing trails, or you can swim, boat and fish.
Try one of our 15 restaurants, or 40 quaint shops and services. Don’t miss the Old Town Gallery featuring the works of 60 local artists, all in one old historical building. Four museums can be found within a few blocks, where history buffs will find lots of rich Gold Country history.
Features the photographic work of Michael Eadington.
The festival, which draws thousands of visitors to Loomis every year.
From simple egg to timeless art, the business owner, Virgi Bondi creates everything from jewelry boxes, purses, necklaces and even elaborate pieces such as her cinderella coach and ferris wheel.