Join Cornerstone Center for the Arts on Sunday May 1 for its Spring Celebration. This event will conclude the spring class session and will feature group and solo dance performances, music recitals, and an art display featuring the work of all of Cornerstone’s spring students. Youth and adult performers will showcase their talents in this free event.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts will offer a series of classes this summer for youth, families and adults in a wide variety of areas. The Summer Eight Week Class Session begins the week of June 6 and continues through July 29. Cornerstone’s class fees are affordable, one-time payments that cover the full eight weeks of class. Areas of interest include: visual arts, theatre, dance, fitness, and music.
Join Cornerstone Center for the Arts for First Thursday on May 5 from 5 to 7 p.m. for an opening reception and art show featuring the work of Lauren King. The show titled “11,520 Hours of Difference” is Lauren’s senior thesis exhibition which brings to life the abstract idea of finding one’s identity.
Get ready to laugh with Cornerstone Center for the Arts at the Muncie City Wide Comedy Jam on Saturday, April 16 at Cornerstone’s E.B. Ball Auditorium! It’s March Madness at the Comedy Jam!
Cornerstone Center for the Arts' 30th Annual A Taste of Muncie event saw record breaking attendance on Sunday, April 17. 25 of the area's top vendors, caterers, and restaurants competed to win the top prize of "Best of Taste."
Cornerstone Center for the Arts and PrimeTrust Federal Credit Union are excited to announce the 30th Annual A Taste of Muncie, “Cheers to 30 Years,” on Sunday April 17, 2016 from 2 to 4 p.m. This annual fundraiser features cuisine from several of the finest restaurants and food vendors in the area. Attendees are invited to sample items and vote on “The Best of Taste” in various categories.
The art show titled "Vibrant Earth" featuring the work of Leon Crosby will be on display in the Cornerstone Gallery throughout the month of April.
If your family isn’t planning a getaway this spring break why not send your child to Cornerstone’s Spring Break Arts Camp? This March, Cornerstone Center for the Arts will host a Spring Break Arts Camp, Tuesday, March 22 through Thursday, March 24. Similar to its already established Summer Arts Camp and Fall Break Arts Camp, this program is designed to enrich the arts education of students age 7-14. The camp will expose students to a variety of art forms within visual arts, theatre, and martial arts.
The Delaware County Historical Society is proud to announce an upcoming Indiana Bicentennial Film Festival. In honor of Indiana’s 200 year anniversary of becoming a state, the DCHS is assembling a collection of short films, features, and documentaries from filmmakers across Indiana. The event is free and open to the public.