February Workshops at Cornerstone

January 22, 2019

February Workshops at Cornerstone

Along with Cornerstone Center for the Arts’ 12-week class session beginning in February, the organization will host multiple one time workshops. Upcoming workshops in February include Monthly Dance Club, Pop Up Dance with Katie Cannon, Indiana’s Hidden Figures: Celebrating African-American Women in Indiana History, and Bad Art Night at Cornerstone.

Monthly Dance Club is a monthly social dance event at Cornerstone. Each event begins with an hour of dance instruction in swing, ballroom, salsa, or tango dancing led by instructor David Fennig followed by a few hours of open dancing. The next Monthly Dance Club is Saturday, February 2 from 7 to 10:30 p.m. and is $12 per person or $7 for students, no pre-registration is necessary for this event.

Join esteemed dance instructor Katie Cannon for a Pop Up Dance workshop on Friday, February 8 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Katie will host this series of workshops on the second Friday of the month and will alternate between hip hop and contemporary/jazz styles, February’s workshop will focus on contemporary and jazz. Participants will learn a short routine at each workshop. Registration is $10 per person per workshop

Indiana’s Hidden Figures: Celebrating African-American Women in Indiana History will be on Wednesday, February 20 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Cornerstone. This program will tell the incredible, but overlooked, stories of African-American women in the history of Indiana. It will feature stories of scientists, aviators, professors, activists, and amazing entertainers with maps identifying where their special history was made. This presentation is free and open to the public and will feature custom maps created by the Ball State University Libraries GIS Research and Map Collection.

Bad Art Night will be at Cornerstone on Thursday, February 21 at 6 p.m. This collaboration between Cornerstone and Muncie Public Library encourages attendees to raid through a collection of arts and crafts supplies to make their very own disasterpiece. Guests are awarded for their tacky, terrible, and creepy art with various prizes. The event is free to attend with a suggested $5 donation to help with costs.

For more information about upcoming workshops, classes, private lessons, and events visit cornerstonearts.org or call 765-281-9503.





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