Tomah Arts Guild Inc. Monthly Meeting
Our next monthly meeting is be scheduled on May 4th. Visitors will be welcome to drop in after 5:30 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.
TAG hosts the Wisconsin Regional Art Program Exhibit
April 7th - May 7th at the ACT Theatre
WRAP Calendar of Events:
April 2nd Postmark deadline due for entries.
April 6th– 1-5 pm Delivery of art at the gallery.
April 6th - May 7th Art exhibit on display.
May 7th Workshop, Critique and Awards.
9:00-10:00am Social Time
10:00-11:30am Artist Presentation
11:30am -1:00pm Lunch break
1:00pm-3:00pm Awards and Critique
Artwork must be picked by 3:30 pm.
WRAP is the Wisconsin Regional Art Program administered by the UW-Madison's Department of Liberal Studies and the Arts. WRAP exhibits began in 1940 to encourage creative growth of Wisconsin's non-professional artists from rural areas.
Exhibits are held
throughout the year and include a workshop day for participating artists
and the public. A guest artist gives a lecture or demonstration
and critique of the exhibited artwork. State Award works are
eligible to exhibit at the Annual State Art Exhibition and Conference held in
For a complete information, entry form and workshop details, please click the PDF brochure below.
TAG WRAP Brochure-2016.pdf
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Artist Marilyn Kortbein is holding a 3 week acrylic painting class "Strawberries and Apples from the Past"
Wednesday Afternoons April 13, 20 & 27 from 1-4pm
Thursday Evenings April 14, 21 & 28 from 5:30 - 8:30pm
At Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, lower level
310 W. Elizabeth St., Tomah WI
Class includes instructions, strawberry box or coasters and general materials. Instruction cost of $30.00 is paid with registration. Materials fee of $23.00 to be paid at the first session and will cover paints, supplies, pattern and strawberry box. Please see attachment for more details. Contact Marilyn Kortbein for information at 608-372-7244 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The aim of the Bards and Ballads' performance is to foster and promote local stories and storytellers. A variety of style and content are delivered in an intimate theatre which allows the audience to be part of the presentation.
The show is performed by professional musicians from Wisconsin who showcase original material that is germane to the Wisconsin experience.
We hope you join us at the TAG Gallery after the performance for an informal reception and a chance to meet our performers!
Light refreshments will be provided! Gallery will be open before and after the show.
Area Community Theatre Presents:
In this comedy, Froggy Le
Seuer, a British demolition expert visits a familiar fishing lodge in rural
Georgia. He brings along his pathologically shy friend, Charlie, who is
overcome with fear at talking to strangers. Froggy tells everyone that Charlie
is a "foreigner" and doesn't speak English. The fun begins when
Charlie overhears way more than he should about all the other characters...
Showtimes and dates:
April 8-9-10, Fri., Sat., & Sun.
April 15-16-17, Fri., Sat., & Sun.
April 21-22 & 24, Thurs., Fri., & Sun. (no show on Sat.)
Friday and Saturday performances begin at 7:30pm. Sunday performances begin at 2pm.
For more details about the performance, contact and/or ticket information, please visit the ACT website at: http://www.tomahact.com
Tomah Arts Guild Gallery is open for ACT Performances!
Gallery is open one hour before each performance and through intermission
Visit the TAG GALLERY!!!
The Arts Flourish in the Tomah area!
With many thanks for the generosity of the ACT Theatre board and staff members, TAG continues to showcase local artwork in the gallery on the second floor!
If you have a love for the arts, please consider dropping by for our social hour following the monthly TAG meeting or before an ACT performance!
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.