Ball State's Cardinal Ballroom club has partnered with Cornerstone Center for the Arts to present an exciting night of dancing with the first ever Cardinal Dance Showcase & Fundraiser. The Showcase & Fundraiser will take place from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, April 16, with performances by Cardinal Ballroom, Belly Dance Club, Volunteers from Dance Rhythms, Ltd., Rhythms Dance Troupe, Harmony Cafe and Studio, and Cornerstone Dance Classes.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts is excited to announce the 29th Annual A Taste of Muncie, “A Taste for the Arts,” on Sunday April 19, 2015 from 2 to 4 p.m. This annual fundraiser features cuisine from several of the finest restaurants and vendors in the area. Attendees are invited to sample items and vote on “The Best of Taste” in various categories. All proceeds from the event benefit Cornerstone Center for the Arts’ arts programs and events
Join Cornerstone Center for Arts for First Thursday on April 2, 2015, for an opening reception and art show featuring the art of Leon and Aidan Crosby. The show entitled “Asian Infusion” is an exploration into art forms originating in traditional East Asian culture infused with a modern perspective. This father son duo is excited to share their individual and collaborative efforts for the first time together.
Muncie Civic Theatre and Cornerstone Center for the Arts are excited to partner again and present two children's productions as part of the Youth Theatre Education League series. This collaboration will feature shows at both historic locations - "The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley" and "The Phantom Tollbooth." These shows are the perfect experience for the whole family and are a great way to support the arts in the community. Audience members of all ages will enjoy seeing all of the storybook characters come alive in these productions.
Explore your creative side this spring with Cornerstone’s diverse class offerings for the spring six week class session. Classes begin Monday, March 9 and run through April 25. Classes are offered for youth, family and adults in the areas of visual arts, dance, fitness, and theatre. Six week classes are perfect for those who do not want to commit to a full session. Class fees are affordable, one-time payments that cover the full six weeks of class.
From now until April 1, Cornerstone is asking students, community members, and even its staff to raise funds for summer and fall classes. The goal is to raise $3,000 during the drive. Any monetary contribution is greatly appreciated, as well as donations of supplies themselves.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts will offer a series of women’s self-defense workshops in conjunction with its spring class session. This workshop will be taught in the style of USA Combat Jujitsu which is a combat martial art form designed to be utilized in self-defense situations.
On January 16, 2015 the Indiana Minority Business Magazine recognized 14 individuals, organizations and institutions that have shown tremendous effort in the areas of diversity. Cornerstone Center for the Arts was among the recipients.
With the first snowfall of 2015 in the history books Cornerstone wants to keep you updated on our inclement weather procedures. Our Weather Policy states that if Muncie Community Schools close, our private lessons and classes will not meet.