ALICE IN WONDERLAND – Children’s Theatre
August 18, 2017
See details below!
Call the office at 320-634-0400 for information & registration.
REGISTER NOW!! CLASSES ARE FILLING UP!
July 10–August 24
Formal Reception Show Friday July 28, 2017 • 3–5pm
Location: The Box Office gallery • our new downtown office space
Gyotaku Art: “Every Fish Has A Tale” Exhibit
As a fiber artist, Becky has always been fascinated by various surface design techniques. Exploring new dimensions and inspired by patterns and colors found in nature led her to an ancient Japanese printmaking technique called gyotaku or fish rubbing.
Living in Minnesota lake country was beneficial in becoming familiar with fish and the tales and memories that go with the sport of catching them. It was a natural extension to apply this interest to the technique of gyotaku. Becky has been making gyotaku fish prints for several years. She continues to enjoy creating these amazing detailed impressions of fish as a unique one-of-a-kind original piece of art, or simply as a record of someone’s prize fish.
JEFF & JANA THORNTON
Formal Reception Show Saturday August 12, 2017 • 1-3pm
Location: The Art in the Square Gallery, Central Square
Exhibit: “Impressions, a World in Black and White”
For more details, go to our Featured Artist page.
Rehearsals will be Monday-Friday August 7–18, from 9:00am–noon.
The performance will be August 18th at 6:30pm.
Vendor registrations are being taken now!
This flea market/swap meet will be held August 19 from 8am–noon, so if you want a table please call the office at 320-634-0400.
March 18 • “Close to You”, the Music of the Carpenters
April 29 • Ring of Kerry
May 13 • Looney Lutherans Dinner Show
September 16 • Forever Elvis: The Spirit Lives
October 14 • Matt Vee: “I Am, He Said”; Celebrate the Music of Neil Diamond
December 17 • ‘The Nutcracker Ballet’, by the Continental Ballet Company
Thanks to the Lakes Region Arts Council for their continued support of Central Square. These activities are funded in part by a grant from the Lake Region Arts Council through a Minnesota State Legislative appropriation.
We also want to thank the Gladys Ness Brang Foundation, the David Larson Foundation, REA and Shopko for their funding of our activities.
As a non-profit organization, Central Square Cultural and Civic Center—YOUR community center—appreciates all you can do to help us promote our events.
Thanks for keeping arts education and programming alive in West Central Minnesota!
The old Glenwood High School is a restored, historic landmark and under the care of Central Square Cultural and Civic Center, a non-profit organization. We are the home to concerts, events, galleries, exhibitions, art classes, individual businesses, and more. Central Square is dedicated to fostering the arts in our community, by hosting world-renowned musicians and artists.