August 15, 2019
The 2019 haunt season is upon us and Scarevania and Son of Scarevania Haunted Attractions have some big news! This year both haunts will merge with Scarevania officially moving to Cornerstone Center for the Arts.
Jeff Robinson, Associate Executive Director at Cornerstone, says the following about the merger, "Brian Blair is an unbelievably talented artist and is world renowned in the haunt and horror industry. We're thrilled to partner with Brian to merge these two great haunts into one exceptional haunted attraction under one roof, at Cornerstone Center for the Arts!"
Son of Scarevania was created by Brian Blair at Cornerstone Center for the Arts to serve as a fundraiser for the organization’s arts programs. For the past three years the attraction has provided the organization with substantial financial support from hundreds of visitors each season.
The all new Scarevania Haunted Attraction will not disappoint. Son of Scarevania will be redesigned and expanded on the top two floors of the former Masonic Temple making for a one of a kind experience.
Scarevania will open at Cornerstone on Friday, October 11.
November 14, 2019
November 04, 2019
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.
October 17, 2019
Join Cornerstone Center for the Arts on Thursday, November 7 for the opening reception of Inamorata & the Floating City featuring art by Sarah Richcreek. 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 November’s First Thursday events.