News and Events
You’re Invited To The Golden Ghouls
STMA’s frighteningly fun and fashionable Fall Fund Raiser! Dress as your favorite classic horror movie star or a glamorous ghoul on Hollywood’s best dressed list and come to our Fund Raising Party for our Children’s Art Programs. The Museum will be transformed into a haunted theater from a bygone era, with plenty of music, dancing, a cash bar, and Transylvanian Catering by The Caboose in Rutledge and sponsored in part by Ricky D’s in Madison, Madison Studios, Smith Communications, and Greg Strelecki Photography. EVENT TICKETS $35 each. Call the Museum at 706-342-7557 to reserve your spot or order tickets here on-line.
The Golden Ghoul Awards – Jewelry Raffle
Win this $600 Engraved German Silver Cuff Bracelet created by Madison’s own silversmith, Jim Small. Your monogram or name will be custom engraved onto this beautiful hand crafted piece. RAFFLE TICKETS are 1 for $10 or 3 for $25. You need not be present at the fund raiser to win. Purchase raffle tickets in advance by calling 706-342-7557, buy them the night of the event or before October 24th here on-line.
Annual Membership Meeting
August 21, 2014 at 5:30 PM – Please join us for the annual membership meeting. The current exhibit Steffen Thomas Off the Wall – All Things Weird and Wonderful will have an opening reception at 6:00 PM.
The Steffen Thomas Museum of Art (STMA) is dedicated to providing art education programs and projects for children and families in rural Northeast and Middle Georgia communities. Using Georgia artist Steffen Thomas's work as examples of creative expression the museum provides opportunities for children to develop their own talents, a deeper understanding of themselves, of their connections to all living things and of their responsibility for preserving the environment.
The Steffen Thomas Museum of Art is located at 4200 Bethany Road, Buckhead, GA 30625; 706-342-7557. STMA is 60 miles east of Atlanta; 5 miles southeast of Madison. From I-20 take Exit 121, turn south to stop sign. Right on Bethany Road for 1 mile to museum.
The Steffen Thomas Museum and Archives, a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, owns and displays a large collection of Steffen Thomas's sculptures, paintings, mosaics, ceramics, furniture, works on paper as well as personal papers and artifacts documenting his life. The museum is also dedicated to exhibiting and preserving this collection for future generations.