PlacerArts

Reader Input: Arts center features locals

General Gomez Arts and Events Center is pleased to acknowledge Placer Artists League (PAL) in partnership with PlacerArts for all their hard work and diligence in bringing to the c ...

Rosie Stilwell refines the art of volunteering

It was about the time that Rosie Stilwell became an “empty nester’ that her interest in the arts went from casual observer to “mover and shaker.” A charter ...

Feat of clay

This is how I begin my “Art of Sculpting” classes: My students, for the most part, have had little or no sculpting experience and in some cases, have never even touch ...

Reader Input: PlacerArts coverage unfair

Your article about PlacerArts and the gallery and Angela Tahti is very unfair (“PlacerArts announces change in leadership,” Journal, Oct. 3; and “PlacerArts paint ...

Our View: PlacerArts board shows its colors: Black and blue

PlacerArts, the premier nonprofit organization that exists to advance the arts in Placer and surrounding counties, is in a rough patch. The organization’s revenues — ...

PlacerArts paints muddied picture of future

Since plans to move their headquarters went public, PlacerArts has left many wondering, “What’s next?” Now, with the announcement Wednesday by PlacerArts that Ang ...

PlacerArts announces change in leadership

Shortly following moving their headquarters to Rocklin, PlacerArts announced a change in executive leadership. Angela Tahti, the longtime executive director of the organization, s ...

‘Let’s never forget’ honors author and Holocaust survivor

A multigenerational collection of Holocaust authors, filmmakers and a single survivor gathered at The Ridge Golf Club Friday night for a gala event that included special guest Petr ...

Survivor, authors, filmmakers gather in Auburn

A multigenerational collection of Holocaust authors, film makers and a single survivor met Thursday afternoon to discuss their lives, work and motivations for participating in Aubu ...

‘Night and Hope of Arnošt Lustig’ hopes to leave lasting impression

“A man is immortal as long as he lives in the memory of others.” So said renowned Czech Jewish author Arnošt Lustig. His memory, and in turn, millions of other ...

Reader input: Creative ideas keep local arts alive

Many art lovers in Auburn are saddened to hear that PlacerArts is moving its base of operations to Rocklin, as if a sudden hole has opened beneath us. While PlacerArts will conti ...

Meddlers Report -- Aug. 19

The Meddlers is an open-forum meeting sponsored by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce that meets at 7 a.m. every Tuesday at Auburn City Hall, 1225 Lincoln Way. Auburn Journal reporter ...

Auburn artist stands up to domestic violence

In the face of domestic violence, one Auburn artist is taking a stand and using her creative talents. For Auburn resident Annie Hess, making jewelry is more than just a hobby; it& ...

Reader Input: Auburn about to lose one of its gems

Well, one more nail in the coffin of Auburn’s art world (“PlacerArts submits 30-day notice,” Journal, Aug. 3). To learn that PlacerArts, long a mainstay in Aubu ...

Reader Input: Original art challenges

I love our Art Walks. Not only are they fun-filled social gatherings, but marvelous showcases for the area’s many artists. Apart from seeing new works, I am always hopeful ...