November 04, 2019
Click here to donate!
Cornerstone Center for the Arts will participate in the Giving Tuesday movement on Tuesday, December 3. Giving Tuesday is a worldwide day dedicated to strengthening communities, encouraging giving and celebrating generosity. Each year, Giving Tuesday takes place the Tuesday after Thanksgiving to kick-off holiday giving. Local communities are encouraged to participate at the individual, nonprofit and corporate levels.
For this year’s Giving Tuesday, Cornerstone has set the goal to raise at least $3,500 to cover the creation of a student art gallery at Cornerstone. The funds will be used to transform one of Cornerstone's existing hallways into a gallery space, which will serve the youth of Delaware County. The goal is to work directly with area art teachers to host monthly student art exhibits featuring the work of talented youth in the community.
To do so, Cornerstone must renovate the space with new flooring, light fixtures, paint, and install a hanging system to display artwork. This is no small undertaking and will require the help of our community to make it a reality!
You can support Cornerstone’s goal on Giving Tuesday by donating online at cornerstonearts.org, by phone at 765-281-9503, or by popping in to Cornerstone on Tuesday, December 3 to purchase a pop or popcorn and/or drop off a cash, check, or credit card donation.
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