• Gateway to the Arts Festival

  • En Plein Air competition, 2012

  • Kewaskum Theatre Company presents "My Son Pinocchio," 2012

  • Supporting youth in the arts since 2011

  • Kewaskum Middle School Jazz Band, 2014

IMG_59909:30am — Singer/songwriter Dave Gerhartz

10am — Folk/rock band Mead Lakes Most Wanted

11am — All-ages drum circle! Everyone gets to participate and make some noise!

12pm — Bruce Towell monster stage make-up demo

12:30 — Nick Brettingen previews the Gateway Community Theatre summer production: Frankenstein

1pm — Kewaskum Middle School Jazz Band

2pm — Barbershop Quartet featuring Larry Ammel, Dave Bertelsen, Andrew Dahlberg, and Fred Luft

3pm — Kewaskum Choirs

All performances are free to attend and will take place in the gym. Make sure to shop at our local and hand-made arts bazaar between or during performances.

IMG_5987Mark your calendars for the 5 annual “Gateway to the Arts” festival!

Saturday, May 9th

9am – 4pm

The Kewaskum Middle School campus becomes a giant art gallery showcasing the work of school district students of all ages. The festival is perfect for families introducing their children to the arts with live music, hands-on art projects, face painting, and more! Discover something new and interesting from local arts vendors.

Thank you for supporting the arts!

On Saturday, May 10 from 10am – 4pm, at the Kewaskum Middle School, come and help us celebrate the next generation of artists and support current artists in our 5th annual “Gateway to the Arts” festival. This year, we will have performances from the middle school show choirs, the MeloDivaz, the KMS Jazz Band, the Kewaskum Drama Club, and more! Free “Make It and Take It” activities for kids will run until 1pm. Food will be for sale with proceeds from brats, burgers, and hot dogs going to benefit 2015 Arts Council-sponsored events.

Re:Voiced, an a capella vocal group, will be performing at Kewaskum High School Theater on Thursday, March 13 at 7pm. Tickets for this special show are only $10 and are available at the Kewaskum High School office or at the door on the night of the performance. ReVoiced will donate a portion of all ticket proceeds back to the Kewaskum High School Choral department, so this is a great way to support local singers!

Hearing the term, “a cappella,” most people’s minds travel back in time to the eras of that classic barbershop sound. Guys standing on a sidewalk singing in consonant four-part harmony, wearing stylish straw boater hats… you know the ones. ReVoiced, however, is NOT your classic barbershop group.

Covering a fun and exciting combination of classic oldies and newer pop hits designed to appeal to multigenerational audiences, reVoiced rekindles old flames while lighting new ones. They will have audiences singing, dancing and clapping along as they “revoice” old favorites and new hits with their unique style, moves, personalities, and their powerhouse vocals. Simply stated, reVoiced is THE vocal group to take you from a merely enjoyable event to a truly unforgettable experience.

Download a flyer for more information [.pdf].