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Aug 7, 2014

Thursday

  • 111 Arts Gallery featured artist Michael D'angelo Huerta One Love with PB and J, on display at The Artist Within One Love with PB and J, on display at The Artist Within Worn Gender, on display at The Artist Within Still Floating, on display at Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co. Still Floating, on display at Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co. Still Floating, on display at Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co. Sketchbooks – Seeing Through Drawing, on display at Muncie Makes Lab Sketchbooks – Seeing Through Drawing, on display at Muncie Makes Lab Cry Baby, shown by Muncie Downtown Development at dusk Art by Emmy Rawson, on display at Rose Court Art by Emmy Rawson, on display at Rose Court Art by Emmy Rawson, on display at Rose Court Photography by Ben Miller, on display at Rose Court Photography by Ben Miller, on display at Rose Court Photography by Barry Banks, on display at Rose Court Painting by Alan Patrick, on display at Rose Court First Thursday 5pm to 8pm @ Downtown
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    111 Arts Gallery
    111 E Main

    Name: Michael D'angelo Huerta. Art style: Mixed media. "I love finding things from the streets or old vintage stuff and making them my style."

     

    The Artist Within
    313 S Walnut

    One Love with PB and J
    The main floor exhibit will be on display August 6-31, 2014 during regular studio hours. “One Love with PB and J” features paintings by local artist Joe Flynn and his son Parker Brian. Both artists have exhibited at the Artist Within and always make First Thursday a grand event. This year they will have music provided by friends Chad Nordoff, Jason Spencer, and Mark Manship.

    Worn Gender
    The upper level gallery will feature an interactive exhibit by Hannah Backer July 30 through August 10, 2014. Completing her Senior Thesis at Ball State University, Hannah Backer of Ferdinand, IN. has focused her work on playfully addressing controversial topics such as personal identity, sexuality, and gender through interactive installations.  Her upcoming show for August First Thursday at the Artist Within will feature Hannah’s series “Worn Gender”, a body of work examining the subconscious ways gender is communicated through image and clothing.  The installation asks viewers to dress three paper doll figures with a variety of clothing options provided.

     

    Brother Animal
    116 E Jackson

    "The newest DWNTWN eatery, Brother Animal, will be open for business during First Thursday."

     

    Cornerstone Center for The Arts
    520 E. Main St.

    The Ball State Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts Lab is hosting an event at Cornerstone for First Thursday. Live digital music performance. Oculus rift, Kinect, LED lighting. Performances at 6:00pm by Keith Kothman and Stephen Weigel.

     

    The Fickle Peach (21+)
    117 E Charles

    A group of donors from the East Central Neighborhood has donated artwork to raise money for the restoration of the Emily Kimbrough House.

     

    Gallery 308
    308 E Main
    Summer Art Camp Show

    The Summer Art Camp Show featuring the talents of 40 young artists opens at Gallery 308 August 7. Many of the cities young artists have been busy this summer participating in an Art Camp sponsored by The Artist Within.    The theme for 2014 camp was “Robots, Monsters and Fairies.”

    During the four one-week sessions, students aged 6-12 learned hand building techniques in clay and had the opportunity to throw on the potter’s wheel under the watchful eye of resident potter Toren Scott.   Bob Hartley, owner of Artist Within added, “Working with the campers and the excitement and eagerness they bring to each project…well it never gets old. I look forward to Clay Camps as a way to share my passion for teaching art without the pressure of ISTEPs”.  

    The culmination of the student’s art camp experience will be an exhibit at Gallery 308 with the First Thursday reception. Hartley added, “The campers think it is “awesome” to see their work displayed in a real gallery.   An opening reception to meet and greet the young artists will be held during First Thursday from 5-8pm.   The public is welcome.

    The Art Camp Show continues through August 9. The gallery is open Friday from 3:00 – 7:00 pm and Saturday from 12:30 – 5:00pm.  Admission is free.

     

    Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co.
    224 E Main
    Still Floating

    Imagine a faceless floating figure, adorned with gold and yellow over free-form shapes of blue.  Imagine this feminine figure repeated in various forms – drawing, collage, ceramics – while always maintaining its surreal, but benevolent, anonymity. Bursts of gold resemble lightening bugs circle the figure and dance over the paper shapes.   Reminiscent of Native American, or even Aztecan art, these faceless forms seem to speak to the Spiritual Feminine.

    “I’ve been working with the floating woman image for over a decade, using drawing, painting and clay techniques. I’m often asked who the floating woman is, and my response is that I don’t know,” is all the artist offers, leaving each patron to choose their own storyline for the images. Sometimes titles give a clue. “Daydreaming,” is both stop-action and active, with small dabs of paint or cut out papers dancing across solid blue blocks while the faceless figure stands, small but mighty, calm but ready.

    Trained as a fiber artist and a potter, Lambert Martin holds a B.S. in art education and a Master’s degree in Art from Ball State University. She served as a Master Teaching Artist for Very Special Arts of Indiana and has taught classes at Cornerstone Center for the Arts, Minnerista and St. Mary’s school. Shonet also taught several summer arts camps with the Gordy’s, specializing in paper making and ceramics.

    Lambert Martin’s opening will be held during the First Thursday arts walk on August 7, 2014 from 5 to 8 PM. A short talk will be given at 6:15, and the artist will answer questions about her work. Light refreshments will be served.

    “Still Floating” will continue through August 30, 2014, and may also be viewed during normal business hours: Monday-Friday, 9 AM to 5:30 PM, Saturday, 9 to 3, or by appointment. Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co. is located downtown at 224 E. Main Street, next door to Muncie Civic Theatre.  For more information, call 765-284-8422 or visit http://www.gordyframing.com, or the Gordy Fine Art & Framing page on Facebook.

     

    Muncie Makes Lab
    628 S Walnut
    Sketchbooks – Seeing Through Drawing

    A gallery-style display will showcase drawings done by first-year students in the Ball State College of Architecture and Planning along with sketchbooks from​ BSU faculty, students, and local artists.  Two 45-minute workshops will be held at 5:30pm and 6:30pm, concurrent with the exhibition.  The workshops will discuss/demonstrate/do the basics of sketching. If interested in participating in the workshops, PLEASE bring pencils and sketchbook (paper will also be provided if needed); no skill is required​, just an interest in drawing what your eye and mind see.

     

    Mutual Bank Marble Wall
    110 E Charles
    Afterhours Art Reels – Cry Baby

    Muncie Downtown Development will host outdoor “Afterhours Art Reels” following the First Thursday Gallery Walks, June-September.  Films will be projected onto the Mutual Bank wall on Charles St. at dusk.  Seating will be available on the Fickle Peach patio located at 117 E. Charles St. for guests 21 and up.

     

    Rose Court
    125 E Charles

    This month, Rose Court will be featuring photographer Ben Miller, Emmy Rawson, and an Open House for Red-tail Land Conservancy. Light refreshments will be served.

    Ben Miller shoots documentary style candid situations capturing the beauty in the common reality.   His main focus in photography is black-and-white story telling.  He believes in prime lenses and mirrorless cameras. He shoots film and digital. Ben's work has been featured online at Leica Fotografie International as well as other websites.  You can view his work at: http://www.photographsbyben.com or http://photographysbybenmiller.blogspot.com. 

    Emmy Rawson will be a freshman next year at Purdue University majoring in engineering. She is a graduate of Muncie Central High School. Her art focuses on assembling and designing wooden signs constructed from pallets. The signs range from shelf pieces to large scale mantle creations. All of the reclaimed wood is supplied locally. Each piece is unique and ready to be hung. You can see more of her work at https://www.facebook.com/MaimesArtShoppe.

    Red-tail Land Conservancy will be celebrating their new location in Suite 200 at the Rose Court with an open house and will  feature paintings by Alan Patrick as well as  photography by Barry Banks. This will also be your chance to meet and greet the Red-tail board members.

Oct 16, 2014

Thursday

  • Hedwig and the Angry Inch 10pm to 12:42pm @ Be Here Now Outdoor Stage 505 N. Dill St

    Hedwig rocks her way into Muncie, Indiana, in Be Here Now's first theatrical production. Zachary Ryan Allen will bring the characters to life in this presentation of the musical HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH written by John Cameron Mitchell featuring music and lyrics by Stephen Trask.

    It tells the story of "internationally ignored song stylist" Hedwig Schmidt, a fourth-wall smashing East German rock 'n' roll goddess who also happens to be the victim of a botched sex-change operation, which has left her with just "an angry inch." This outrageous and unexpectedly hilarious story is dazzlingly performed by Hedwig (née Hansel) in the form of a rock gig/stand-up comedy routine backed by the hard-rocking band "The Angry Inch." Using songs and monologues, Hedwig tells her story, which began in the former East Berlin where as Hansel he meets Luther, an American GI who promises to take the young man to the States on the condition that he switch his sex. After the bungled operation, Luther abandons newly named Hedwig in a Kansas trailer park where she turns to music and meets geeky Tommy Speck, whom she takes under her wing and soon falls for. Tommy steals her songs, achieves rock star fame, and Hedwig is once again cast aside. She decides to demand redress and stalks Tommy's world tour, performing in the dive bars that are situated next door to his stadiums. Hedwig describes her life's search for "The Origin of Love" and her other half. It's a rocking ride, funny, touching and ultimately inspiring to anyone who has felt life gave them an inch when they deserved a mile.

    HEDWIG is a unique brand of theatre that plays off more as a rock concert than a play. This raucous, outrageous show promises to fully immerse the audience in the twisted world of Hedwig and her pursuit of fame.

    HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH is presented in special arrangement with Dramatists Play Services.

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Oct 17, 2014

Friday

  • Hedwig and the Angry Inch 10pm to 12:42pm @ Be Here Now Outdoor Stage 505 N. Dill St

    Hedwig rocks her way into Muncie, Indiana, in Be Here Now's first theatrical production. Zachary Ryan Allen will bring the characters to life in this presentation of the musical HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH written by John Cameron Mitchell featuring music and lyrics by Stephen Trask.

    It tells the story of "internationally ignored song stylist" Hedwig Schmidt, a fourth-wall smashing East German rock 'n' roll goddess who also happens to be the victim of a botched sex-change operation, which has left her with just "an angry inch." This outrageous and unexpectedly hilarious story is dazzlingly performed by Hedwig (née Hansel) in the form of a rock gig/stand-up comedy routine backed by the hard-rocking band "The Angry Inch." Using songs and monologues, Hedwig tells her story, which began in the former East Berlin where as Hansel he meets Luther, an American GI who promises to take the young man to the States on the condition that he switch his sex. After the bungled operation, Luther abandons newly named Hedwig in a Kansas trailer park where she turns to music and meets geeky Tommy Speck, whom she takes under her wing and soon falls for. Tommy steals her songs, achieves rock star fame, and Hedwig is once again cast aside. She decides to demand redress and stalks Tommy's world tour, performing in the dive bars that are situated next door to his stadiums. Hedwig describes her life's search for "The Origin of Love" and her other half. It's a rocking ride, funny, touching and ultimately inspiring to anyone who has felt life gave them an inch when they deserved a mile.

    HEDWIG is a unique brand of theatre that plays off more as a rock concert than a play. This raucous, outrageous show promises to fully immerse the audience in the twisted world of Hedwig and her pursuit of fame.

    HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH is presented in special arrangement with Dramatists Play Services.

    Official Facebook Page

Oct 18, 2014

Saturday

  • Hedwig and the Angry Inch 10pm to 12:42pm @ Be Here Now Outdoor Stage 505 N. Dill St

    Hedwig rocks her way into Muncie, Indiana, in Be Here Now's first theatrical production. Zachary Ryan Allen will bring the characters to life in this presentation of the musical HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH written by John Cameron Mitchell featuring music and lyrics by Stephen Trask.

    It tells the story of "internationally ignored song stylist" Hedwig Schmidt, a fourth-wall smashing East German rock 'n' roll goddess who also happens to be the victim of a botched sex-change operation, which has left her with just "an angry inch." This outrageous and unexpectedly hilarious story is dazzlingly performed by Hedwig (née Hansel) in the form of a rock gig/stand-up comedy routine backed by the hard-rocking band "The Angry Inch." Using songs and monologues, Hedwig tells her story, which began in the former East Berlin where as Hansel he meets Luther, an American GI who promises to take the young man to the States on the condition that he switch his sex. After the bungled operation, Luther abandons newly named Hedwig in a Kansas trailer park where she turns to music and meets geeky Tommy Speck, whom she takes under her wing and soon falls for. Tommy steals her songs, achieves rock star fame, and Hedwig is once again cast aside. She decides to demand redress and stalks Tommy's world tour, performing in the dive bars that are situated next door to his stadiums. Hedwig describes her life's search for "The Origin of Love" and her other half. It's a rocking ride, funny, touching and ultimately inspiring to anyone who has felt life gave them an inch when they deserved a mile.

    HEDWIG is a unique brand of theatre that plays off more as a rock concert than a play. This raucous, outrageous show promises to fully immerse the audience in the twisted world of Hedwig and her pursuit of fame.

    HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH is presented in special arrangement with Dramatists Play Services.

    Official Facebook Page

Nov 11, 2014

Tuesday

Jul 18, 2017

Tuesday

Feb 17, 2019

Sunday

  • Third Sunday Conversation 11am @ Muncie Friends Church: A Quaker Meeting Refreshments at 10:30 in Goddard Hall, followed by discussion in the sanctuary, then dinner. 481 W. Adams Street,Muncie, IN

    Transgender man Brent Walsh will share his spiritual journey in dealing with his sexual identity during the Third Sunday Conversation series at 11 a.m. Sunday at Muncie Friends Church: A Quaker Meeting.

    Walsh was born female into a strict, religious home that held traditional Christian values concerning gender roles. But, from an early age, Walsh – then known as Brenda – knew he was different from his sisters, and soon learned that his Christianity would be challenged by questions about his sexuality.

    Walsh came out as a lesbian in youth, and transitioned to male at age 32, grappling with long-held beliefs that seemed to contradict his reality. He came to believe that being LGBTQ need not impede his relationship with the divine.

    Walsh earned a Master’s of Divinity degree at Earlham School of Religion in 2013 and currently works at Earlham. He is a guest speaker at faith institutions that want to better understand and support transgender people.

    Refreshments will be served at 10:30 a.m. during fellowship time in Goddard Hall. Walsh will speak and hold a question and answer session at 11 a.m. Guests are invited to stay for dinner in the downstairs dining hall following the discussion.

    Third Sunday Conversations are held the third Sunday of every month and feature discussions with marginalized groups to promote understanding, and are open to the public.

    Friends Church is located at 418 W. Adams St. Parking and entrance are on the north side of the building, on Jackson Street.

Oct 17, 2020

Saturday

Feb 6, 2021

Saturday

Feb 11, 2021

Thursday

  • The Creative Use of Difference Discussion Series (part 1) - The Art of Politics 6pm to 7pm @ Virtual Event

    PlySpace, an immersive Artist-in-Residence program of the Muncie Arts and Culture Council, is hosting four community panel discussion webinars as part of the series: The Creative Use of Difference. Each panel will feature artists, both local and national, who are using their respected art forms to creatively bring awareness to societal issues such as racial injustices, sexism, and more. These hour-long discussions will be in collaboration with Atlanta-based artist Indya Childs as she develops a new work, entitled "Peace, Love, Dance" with Ball State University Department of Theatre and Dance students. The semester-long project will culminate in a dance film, choreographed by Indya and the students in response to the Creative Use of Difference series. The film will be completed and will premiere later this spring, details forthcoming. All discussions in the Creative Use of Difference series will be held online, are free, and open to the public. Registration is required to access each discussion webinar. Learn more about the panelists and project at Plyspace.org/pld

    The Art of Politics
    February 11th, 2021 from 6-7 PM (online)
    Featuring panelists Ted Williams III and Shantanu Suman
    The Art of Politics is a discussion with artists on how they are using their artistic voices to bring awareness to politics, social change, and more. 

    The Black Woman Creating
    February 18th, 2021 from 6-7 PM (online)
    Featuring guest panelists Charmaine Minniefield and Dee Dee Batteast
    The Black Woman Creating is a discussion with Black female-identifying artists whose work is influenced by Black feminism, social justice, and more. 

    Women Shifting the Space
    February 25th, 2021 from 6-7 PM (online)
    Featuring guest panelists Ana de Brea and Lauren Pacheco
    Women Shifting the Space is a discussion with female-identifying artists on how they are shifting the space of patriarchy and creating a space for female visibility and leadership. 

    The “New” Policies of Dance
    March 4th, 2021 from 6-7 PM (online)
    Featuring guest panelists Felecia Thomas and Beverly Bautista
    The “New” Policies of Dance is a discussion with dance educators that will highlight the new policies of inclusion, diversity, and equality in the dance world adopted by dance schools, institutions, etc in the wake of 2020. 

    Registration is required for each event. Please see the website for details. 

Jul 4, 2022

Monday

Sep 3, 2022

Saturday