Events on April 6, 2018

  • Beginning Needlepoint 9:30am to 12:30pm @ The E.B. and Bertha C. Ball Center 400 Minnetrista Boulevard, Muncie
    Cost: $30, includes needlepoint project
    Ages: 18+
    E.B. and Bertha C. Ball Center

    The roots of needlepoint go back thousands of years to the ancient Egyptians, who used small slanted stitches to sew up their canvas tents. Archaeologist Howard Carter, who is known for discovering King Tut’s tomb, found some needlepoint in the cave of a Pharaoh who had lived around 1500 BC. Today, needlepoint offers a wide range of possibilities for self-expression.  In this class, you’ll learn the techniques and stitches necessary to finish the project provided in class. A painted canvas and supplies are provided. 

  • That One Film Festival - Day One 5pm to 11pm @ PlySpace 608 E Main St.

    That One Film Festival is a new film festival for Muncie dedicated to screening and exhibiting works of moving image that are experimental, weird, obsessive, no/low budget, avant-garde, and fun. That One Film Festival will take place in downtown Muncie, Indiana opening with free activities on Friday, April 6th, followed by a full day of programs and related events on Saturday, April 7th. The program is produced by Muncie Arts and Culture Council in partnership with an immersive learning class through the Ball State University School of Art and sponsored by Cornerstone Center for the Arts and Muncie Indiana Transit System.

    FRIDAY, APRIL 6TH
    OPENING NIGHT!

    PLEASE RSVP AT FILMFREEWAY


    All Opening Night events are free, open to the public, and appropriate for almost all ages.

    6:30 - 7:45 PM  |  Community Building Through Cinema, an arist talk with festival juror Jon Dieringer
    Location  |  Cornerstone Center for the Arts

    Jon Dieringer will present on community building through cinema. He'll draw on his experiences as the creator of Screen Slate, a volunteer-run resource for independent and repertory film listings in New York City; a programmer who has worked in collectively run DIY microcinemas and other unique contexts; and a filmmaker who has collaborated with musicians and artists to create remix and live score events. The presentation will also include a screening of Aggrobatics, an experimental flicker-film mashup of skate and surf movies made in collaboration with musician Nick Lesley, who provides the score.

    8:00 - 9:00 PM  |  Competitive Program #1
    Location  |  Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    Like This/Like That by Tommy Heffron
    Emergence by Jason Bernagozzi
    38 River Road by Josh Weissbach
    East, West, and East Again by Kathleen Rugh
    Discontinuity by Lori Felker
    PARTY MAN  by Kayla Drzewicki

    9:00 PM - 11:00 PM  |  Opening Reception
    Location  |  PlySpace Gallery
    Social Study, an exhibition of lo-fi video work by festival juror Liz Rodda
    In conversation with her work starting at 9:15 PM
    Festival DJ Mark Perretta, spinning from his vast collection of movie soundtracks
    Beer by The Guardian Brewing Company and light refreshments served


    That One Film Festival is committed to supporting emerging and experimental creators, as well as engaging and educating audiences by facilitating film screenings and broadening an understanding of what moving image can be. The festival aims to contribute to the advancement of the art form and to broaden the understanding and appreciation of moving image in our region. More than 170 films were submitted from countries all over the world including Spain, Germany, Belgium, Turkey, India, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Switzerland, South Africa, Sweden, Cambodia, Finland, France, Greece, China, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, and Australia. That One jurors are visual artist Liz Rodda from Texas, and writer, programmer and filmmaker Jon Dieringer, from Brooklyn. Both Liz and Jon will be presenting programs as part of That One. Filmmakers Kristin Reeves and Maura Jasper oversaw programming and artistic direction of the festival.

    That One Film Festival launches in downtown Muncie with its festival headquarters located at PlySpace and all screenings held in the historic E.B Ball Auditorium at Cornerstone Center for the Arts. All opening night events on Friday, April 6th are free, open to the public, and appropriate for the entire family. Festivities begin at 6:30 PM with “Building Community Through Cinema,” a lecture by Screen Slate founder and esteemed artist Jon Dieringer, and continue with the first round of competitive screenings from 8:00 - 9:00 PM. Opening night will conclude with a reception for Social Study, an exhibition of lo-fi video work by festival juror, interdisciplinary artist, and Associate Professor of Expanded Media at Texas State University Liz Rodda, that compiles disparate images and audio encompassing a range of themes from the natural and the artificial to pleasure and danger. The reception takes place at festival headquarters in the PlySpace Gallery from 9:00 – 11:00 PM. Guardian Brewing Company will provide beer and light refreshments will be served. Those planning to attend Friday’s free activities are encouraged to RSVP at Film Freeway.

    Day two of the festival continues Saturday, April 7th with ticketed programs and intermissions from 12:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Individual program tickets and all-access passes can be purchased in advance through Film Freeway or in-person at PlySpace throughout the festival. Fire and Brimstone Pizza will be parked at PlySpace during lunch and dinner. Festival awards will be announced at the closing party after a live video performance by Muncie-based artist Karl Erickson. This reception is free, open to the public, and will be held at the PlySpace Gallery from 10:00 PM – Midnight. Again, Guardian Brewing Company will provide beer and light refreshments will be served.

    Start your festival experience by visiting the headquarters in PlySpace Gallery located at 608 East Main Street in downtown Muncie. That One Film Festival parking is available in the lot behind Cornerstone Center for the Arts and immediately adjacent to PlySpace. The MITS trolley will provide free rides throughout downtown for attending film festival guests. For more information, please visit www.thatonefilmfestival.com or visit us on social media @that1film.