November 14, 2019
Cornerstone Center for the Arts will conclude its current class session with its Fall Celebration on Sunday, December 8. This recital will include dance and music performances as well as a martial arts demonstration, and a student art gallery. Celebration will also include special recognition of outstanding members of the Cornerstone community. The recipients of the Beth Turcotte Arts Education Achievement Award, the Judith Barnes Spirit of Service Award, The Doug Bakken Small Business Steward Award, and the Robert and Beverly Terhune Corporate Champion will be honored during the Celebration.
Act 1 will begin at 2 p.m. in the E.B. Ball Auditorium, followed by Act 2 beginning at 4:00 p.m. During intermission a martial arts demonstration will take place in the Colonnade Room. Light refreshments will be available in the Colonnade Room on the first floor of Cornerstone. The event will continue until 5:30 p.m.
Celebration will highlight the work of this session’s youth and adult dance, martial arts, visual art, and private lesson music students. Information about the upcoming spring class session will be available at the event. Celebration is free and open to the public. For more information visit cornerstonearts.org or call the Education Department at 765-281-9503.
February 13, 2020
January 21, 2020
Join Cornerstone Center for the Arts on Thursday, February 6 for the opening reception of Where the Wild Things Are featuring the photography of Mary Beth Reinhard. The reception will take place in the Judith Barnes Memorial Gallery on the second floor of Cornerstone from 5 to 7 p.m. in conjunction with February’s First Thursday events.
Where the Wild Things Are, is a collection of North American animals found in their natural environment. Giving the animals the respect they deserve allows Reinhard to get close enough to develop a relationship with each animal which is often displayed in her images. From the vulnerability of the Deer, wisdom of the Raven, and rugged majesty of the Moose, it’s almost impossible to look at these images without feeling a connection to the featured creature.
January 20, 2020