Last week concluded the summer arts camp program at Cornerstone Center for the Arts. Participants in this month’s camp enjoyed a wide variety of arts classes over the course of the week and had a blast doing so! Each day campers enjoyed visual arts and theatre with various other art forms mixed in throughout the week.
Join Cornerstone Center for the Arts on Sunday, July 31 for its Summer Celebration. This event will conclude the summer class session and will feature group and solo dance performances and an art display featuring the work of all of Cornerstone’s summer students. Youth and adult performers will showcase their talents in this free event.
Are you planning a wedding in East Central Indiana? Don’t miss your chance to meet the best wedding and event vendors in East Central Indiana all in one day! The Cornerstone Center for the Arts and PrimeTrust Federal Credit Union Wedding Showcase presented by Johnny Carino’s, Star Photo, 104.9 WERK, and 104.1 WLBC is on Sunday, August 14, from 12 to 4 pm. Spend the afternoon exploring your options for wedding venues, photographers, djs, caterers, florists, dress and tuxedo shops, as well as many other wedding essentials!
Cornerstone Center for the Arts lost one of its founders and long-time supporters on Monday, June 13. Judith “Judy” Barnes was the co-founder and founding president of the Muncie Center for the Arts – now Cornerstone Center for the Arts. Judy has served the organization as a board member and volunteer since its inception. Judy was a true advocate for the arts community and did everything in her power to help Cornerstone succeed.
The Muncie Three Trails Music Series returns in 2016 with another stellar line-up of critically acclaimed national recording artists who will perform in a series of four free concerts in downtown Muncie.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts is excited to offer a series of free classes and workshops this summer. Cornerstone strives to reach all walks of life and make arts accessible to all. To keep up on that promise, the organization will provide multiple weekly and one-time classes and workshops throughout the summer free of charge.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts is excited to announce an all-new partnership for the fall of 2016. This October will mark the grand opening of Son of Scarevania, a new haunted attraction housed on the top two floors of Cornerstone’s historic building in Downtown Muncie. The haunt will be designed by Brian Blair of Scarevania Haunted House and Pumpkin Pulp Productions and will serve as a fundraiser for Cornerstone’s arts programming and building preservation.
If you are planning a wedding in East Central Indiana, be sure to save the date for the 2016 PrimeTrust Federal Credit Union & Cornerstone Center for the Arts Wedding Showcase on Sunday, August 14. The event will be held at Cornerstone in Downtown Muncie from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and will showcase the area’s best wedding vendors. This event is sponsored in part by 104.1 WLBC and Star Photo.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts and the City of Muncie are excited to announce a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Cornerstone Park on Thursday, June 2 at 5:30 p.m. The ceremony will feature live demonstrations from students and instructors of Cornerstone Center for the Arts and remarks from Mayor Dennis Tyler, Jeff Robinson of Cornerstone, and Ron Spangler of Community Enhancement Projects.