Meet “Malibu” – the next generation of Tamaqua-based entertainers. Comprising musicians Shane Mulligan, 17; Damian Munoz, 16; and Ivan Munoz, 17; Malibu now makes frequent appearances at the Tamaqua Community Arts Center. In this vignette, guitarists Damian and Ivan share a little bit about the background of the band. About the Arts Center Damian says, “It’s just a great place to go.”
Leona Rega discusses how she focuses on supporting the energies of scores of hard-working volunteers in order to coordinate the varied activities and events that take place at the Community Arts Center in Tamaqua.
Kathleen Quinn-Farber discusses her lifelong love for crafts and her desire to share her talent with children. In this vignette she shares her passion for creating things, “I’ve had a dream all my life to work with kids with crafts or arts.”
Kathy Rimm discusses the history of her involvement with the Community Arts Center as an entertainer in her own right and also a teacher of guitar. She notes, “With this arts center people don’t have to go out of the area to either perform or just simply create any type of art whatsoever.”
Jack Kulp, well-known area musician and entertainer, discusses some of the first steps taken to create and organize the Community Arts Center.
Events at the Tamaqua Community Arts Center as recently covered by Hazleton’s TV 13 News Team.
The former church building at 125 Pine Street in Tamaqua is becoming an important center for creative community activities.
Click here to review and download an Arts Center Rental Agreement, and other forms and agreements pertaining to individual or group use of the Tamaqua Community Arts Center.