Tomah Arts Guild Inc. Monthly Meeting
Our next monthly meeting is scheduled at a special place on Wednesday, August 12th! Meeting will be held at the Cranberry Discovery Center in Warrens, WI. Visitors are welcome to drop in at the Discovery Center at 5:00 pm for our social hour.
Most meetings are generally 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:
"Crimes of the Heart"
In this tragic comedy, a trio of sisters from Mississippi reunite after the youngest shoots her abusive husband. Past resentments begin to bubble up to the surface as they are forced to deal with relatives, former relationships, while coping with the latest incident that has disrupted their lives.
Showtimes and dates:
September 11th - October 4th, Fri., Sat., Sun.
Friday and Saturday performances begin at 7:30pm. Sunday performances begin at 2pm.
For more information about the performance, please visit the ACT website at: http://www.tomahact.com
TAG joins Artists Weekend at the Cranberry Discovery Center!
Photo at right shows TAG Artists Del Lucka and Kathleen St. Germain
They were invited to do some watercolor demonstration paintings at the Warrens Cranberry Discovery Center in June!
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 was able to moved into our new location 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.
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.