Our mission at Cornerstone Center for the Arts is to engage the local community in creative expression, educational programs and to host events in a historic setting. We create arts programming for all ages, host community events, and provide remarkable rental spaces for performances, proms, parties and private wedding receptions.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts evolved from the nonprofit organization, Muncie Center for the Arts that was created in 1998, In 2005 Muncie Center for the Arts merged with the Community Arts and Building Foundation, owner of the historic Masonic Temple, forming Cornerstone Center for the Arts. Our organizational focus is to provide access to the arts for all that leads to a quality of life and place for our community. Click here for a full history of Cornerstone including our founders.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and is governed by a 15-20 member Board of Directors. We sustain this historic building and provide affordable art education programming through funding sources of room rental fees, class and workshop fees, fundraising events, grants, and donors. Cornerstone does NOT receive any government or tax funds. All donations are appreciated and needed to sustain our mission. Donate today by clicking here.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts receives support from the following organizations. It is because of this support we are able to subsidize the cost of all art classes, provide free programming, and provide financial aid to those in need. This organizational support brings our historic venue to our community.
|Psi Iota Xi - Alpha Chapter|
|Ian Robertson, Chair
Julie Terhune, Vice Chair
Carol Bradshaw, Secretary
Patrick Burkey, Treasurer
Dr. Don Park
Dr. Maria Williams-Hawkins