Tomah Arts Guild Inc. Monthly Meeting
Our next monthly meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 4th. Visitors are welcome to drop in at 3 pm for our social hour.
Meetings are held at the Tomah Area Community Theatre and Cultural Arts Center: 2nd floor in the commons room, right next to the gallery.
Area Community Theatre Presents:
In this comedy, a bright-eyed schoolteacher named Leon Tolchinsky lands his dream job teaching in an idyllic Russian village. When he arrives, he finds villagers sweeping dust back into their houses and people milking upside down to get more cream. After arriving in the wacky village, he was hired to educate the doctor's daughter, Sophia, and promptly falls in love at first sight. However, it turns out that the village is under a curse. The town has been cursed with Chronic Stupidity for 200 years. The only way to break the curse is for Leon to either educate Sophia, who is so stupid that the has only recently learned how to sit down, or for her to marry another man; Count Gregor Yousekevitch!
Showtimes and dates:
February 13-14-15, Fri., Sat., and Sun.
February 20-21-22, Fri., Sat., and Sun.
February 27-28 & March 1, Fri., Sat., and Sun.
Friday and Saturday performances begin at 7:30pm. Sunday performance begins at 2:00pm.
For more information about the performance, please visit the ACT website at:
TAG HAS A NEW GALLERY!!!
The Arts Flourish in the Tomah area!
With many thanks for the generosity of the ACT Theatre board and staff members, TAG was able to move into our new location on the second floor! We want to thank the Tomah Chamber Embassadors and everyone who came to celebrate with us at our Grand Re-Opening!
TAG will be gearing up for a busy spring with new pieces of art, featured artists of the month, art classes and guest artists! If you have a love for the arts, please consider dropping by for our social hour following the monthly TAG meeting. We'd love to meet you! Feel free to click on our Events Newsletter below:
Grand Re-Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Photo taken as TAG President, Craig Zahrte cuts the ribbon to officially open the new gallery along with the members of TAG and the Tomah Chamber of Commerce Embassadors.
Jewelry cases, wall sculptures and lovely artwork are in full view next to the front entrance of the gallery.
TAG members enjoying the day at the Grand Re-Opening pictured left to right: Ginny Schuld, Monica Genske, Kathleen St. Germain, Marilyn Kortbein and Lynn Clark.
Here are just a few interesting pieces to see at the gallery! Take a peek at our fresh, new look!
Ceramic sculpture by artist Craig Zahrte of Warrens.