Posted February 12, 2017, by jirwin
Cornerstone Center for the Arts’ spring 12 week classes are now in session. However, in addition to weekly classes, Cornerstone will offer a series of one-time workshops in February. Workshops and events this month include Pints & Paints, Bad Art Night, and Mapping Black History.
Pints & Paints is a no commitment painting experience held at The Fickle Peach in Downtown Muncie. Attendees enjoy two hours of creating a unique featured painting at each workshop. The workshop is for ages 21 and up and includes one drink in the $25 registration fee. Spring Pints & Paints dates are Thursdays February 9, March 30, April 13, April 27, and May 11. Photos of upcoming paintings are available on Cornerstone Center for the Arts’ Facebook page.
Bad Art Night is back at Cornerstone Center for the Arts on Thursday, February 16 at 6 p.m. In collaboration with Muncie Public Library, Cornerstone invites attendees to raid through its collection of art supplies and crafts to make art with very low expectations. Guests are awarded for their tacky, terrible, and creepy art with various prizes. The event is open to ages 18 and up and is free to attend with a suggested $5 donation to help with costs.
In collaboration with BSU’s GIS Research and Map Collection, Cornerstone will host a Mapping Black History workshop on Tuesday, February 28 at 6 p.m. The presentation will utilize historic and modern maps to display the important people, places, civil rights legislation, and other events locally, nationally, and internationally relating to Black History. This workshop is open to ages 14 through adults and is free to attend.
For more information about each of these workshops and more visit the Education Programs page on Cornerstone's website.