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Entries sought for Valhalla festival

The Tahoe Tallac Association, sponsors of the Valhalla Arts & Music Festival held annually in South Lake Tahoe, is seeking exceptional local and regional artists, photographers, sculptors, potters and woodworkers for participation in the 2005 Valhalla Festival. All interested media artists are encouraged to submit photos (limit 10) of their work to Tahoe Tallac Association, P.O. Box 19273, South Lake Tahoe, CA, 96151 or by e-mail attta_valhalla@sbcglobal.net.

The Valhalla Arts & Music Festival is celebrating more than 25 years of bringing wide and varied cultural arts programs to the visitors and community of South Lake Tahoe. The festival is held on the Valhalla Estate from June through August, located on the Tallac Historic Site, one of Tahoe’s most beautiful heritage and historical areas. The festival includes concerts, theater productions, special events, art exhibits, art workshops and artists-in-action.

The galleries are open to the public from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday through Wednesday, with a reception for the weekly show each Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. Exhibits change weekly and each artist or a representative for the artist should be available to staff the one-week show to greet the public, answer questions and facilitate sales. The exhibiting spaces are set in historic turn-of-the-century buildings and provide a wonderful and unique place to display and create art. The number of visitors to the Tallac Historic Site and the art exhibitions increases yearly.



The Tahoe Tallac Association and Valhalla Arts & Music Festival provides cultural arts programming to the Lake Tahoe Community and operates under a special use permit with the U.S. Forest Service to assist in the restoration of the Tallac Historic Site. For further information contact Suzanne Lindstrom of the Tahoe Tallac Association, (530) 541-4975.


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