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Nov 12, 2020

Thursday

Oct 29, 2020

Thursday

Sep 12, 2020

Saturday

  • That One Film Festival 11:30am to 10pm @ Virtual Event
    URL: https://www.thatonefilmfestival.com/
    Cost: FREE Online Event
    Ages: PG-13

    MUNCIE, INDIANA— That One Film Festival Celebrates Experimental Filmmakers During Two-Day Event

    This September 11th and 12th marks the return of That One Film Festival, Muncie’s own biennial experimental film festival. The two-day event will be a free live streaming event available online with an in-person, socially-distanced, outdoor opening night screening at Canan Commons on Friday, September 11th (600 S Walnut St, Muncie, Indiana) where visitors can watch the first two programs on a large movie screen, and participate in the live stream content. The Saturday, September 12th events will be streamed entirely online.

    The event is produced by students in an immersive learning course at the Ball State University School of Art, with artistic directors Associate Professor Maura Jasper and Assistant Professor Kristin Reeves, in partnership with the Muncie Arts and Culture Council.

    That One Film Festival celebrates the work of moving image artists from around the globe. The festival specializes in experimental, no/low budget, and avant-garde film and video art. This year, more than 275 films were submitted to That One for consideration. Of those submissions, 36 individual films have been selected for this year’s program, in addition to screenings of work by the festival’s two jurors, Karissa Hahn and Laura Parnes, and a performance by filmmaker Michael Morris.

    All opening night activities at Canan Commons on Friday, September 11th, are free and open to the public. Tickets are required and can be reserved for free at thatonefilmfestival.com. Viewers (grouped by household) will be directed to marked areas on the Canan Commons green which will be situated to promote social distancing. Masks are required until viewers are seated. Viewers are encouraged to bring their own picnic, non-alcoholic beverages, chairs, and blankets as there will be no food or drinks served at the event. Porta-potties and hand sanitizer will be available. This event is rated PG-13 for strong language, and viewer discretion is advised. All events are Eastern Standard Time.

    Seating at Canan Commons begins at 5:15p on Friday, September 11th. The night kicks off at 5:45p with an introduction by festival Master of Ceremonies Dennis Everette, and Muncie Arts and Culture Council Executive Director Erin Williams. The live stream screening will begin at 6:00p with a selection of work by Karissa Hahn, PlySpace Virtual Resident and co-juror at this year’s festival, followed by two one-hour programs. The screenings will end at 9:15p, after which there will be a performance by filmmaker Michael Morris. The event will conclude at 10:00p. The opening night programs will also be live streamed at thatonefilmfestival.com for those who do not attend the in-person event.


    The festival will continue online on Saturday, September 12th, as a live stream only. Beginning at 11:30a, five one-hour programs will be presented throughout the day and evening, as well as a screening of work by New York artist and co-juror Laura Parnes. Each program will be followed by a short intermission. There will be a scheduled dinner break from 5:30p to 7:30p. The program will conclude at 9:45p with the announcement of the three festival award winners. The full program of films and event times is available at www.thatonefilmfestival.com.

    For more information, please visit thatonefilmfestival.com or take a look at @that1film on social media. Queries can also be sent to thatone@munciearts.org or info@munciearts.org. Questions about accessibility can be directed to info@munciearts.org.

    The Muncie Arts & Culture Council (MACC) is the designated Arts Partner for the City of Muncie. As Arts Partner, MACC assists with municipal initiatives where art integration can benefit economic development and Quality of Place. As an arts alliance, MACC builds community among artists and arts organizations and serves as a resource for professional growth and opportunity. Learn more about MACC and its programs and collaborations at munciearts.org.

           

Sep 11, 2020

Friday

Sep 3, 2020

Thursday

Aug 6, 2020

Thursday

Nov 23, 2019

Saturday

  • That One Microcinema Screening w/ Latham Zearfoss That One Microcinema Presents: Latham Zearfoss: Home Movies 7pm to 9:30pm @ PlySpace Gallery Use gallery entrance 608 E Main Street, Muncie, IN 47305
    Cost: $5 | General public and $4 | Students and MACC members; FREE with purchase of new MACC Membership
    That One Microcinema Screening w/ Latham Zearfoss That One Microcinema Screening w/ Latham Zearfoss

    The Muncie Arts & Culture Council (MACC) presents esteemed experimental filmmaker, Latham Zearfoss, in the second screening event by That One Microcinema. Immediately following the screening, there will be a Q&A with the artist. Zearfoss’ screening will take place on November 23rd, 2019 from 7-9:30 p.m. in the PlySpace Gallery at 608 East Main Street. Tickets to this screening are $5.00 ($4.00 for students and MACC members). 

    That One Microcinema is a recurring program of the Muncie Arts & Culture Council in partnership with a Ball State University immersive learning course. That One Microcinema is a screening series focused on works by emerging and established experimental moving image artists that complements That One Film Festival in advancing the art form as well as regional understanding an appreciation of the medium. This event is the final screening of the 2019 fall season and will be followed by That One Film Festival in spring 2020 on Friday, April 10th and Saturday, April 11th.

    Latham Zearfoss is a Chicago-based media artist, whose films have been screened globally at festivals and artistic events such as: The 9th Shanghai Biennale, The NY Queer Experimental Film Festival, Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival, and the Boston Underground Film Festival. Their films focus on self-identity and otherness. Zearfoss won Best Experimental Film in 2011 at Humboldt Film Festival in Arcata, California for their film, I Give You Life. 

    Those interested in finding out more about That One Microcinema and upcoming events can visit www.thatonefilmfestival.com or follow the program on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/thatonefilmfestival and Instagram @that1film. Queries can also be sent to thatone@munciearts.org.

    That One Film Festival is a program of Muncie Arts & Culture Council. MACC is the designated Arts Partner for the City of Muncie. As Arts Partner, MACC assists with municipal initiatives where art integration can benefit economic development and Quality of Place. As an arts alliance, MACC builds community among artists and arts organizations and serves as a resource for professional growth and opportunity.

Aug 10, 2019

Saturday

  • Graven Image (2018) Public Art Series (Part 1): Film Screening 6pm to 9pm @ PlySpace Gallery 608 E Main Street, Muncie, IN 47305
    Graven Image (2018) Graven Image (2018)

    Join the Muncie Arts and Culture Council for a 2 part series of events celebrating Public Art.

    Part 1: Public Art Film Screening
    Saturday, August 10, from 6-9 PM
    Curated by PlySpace Resident Masha Vlasova
    This screening focuses on 4 video and film works about sculptural markings in urban spaces, memory, and place. Screening time: 50min, followed by group discussion and dialogue. This event is free and open to the public, and no expertise or previous experience with public art is necessary! The screening will be an informal and fun event with light refreshments, though may not be engageing for children under 14.

    Films:
    Running Fence
    Albert Maysles, David Maysles, Charlotte Zwerin, 1978, 57 min
    We will show a 10 min excerpt of this film, with the opportunity to watch entire documentary after the main program is over.
    The film follows the artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude as they work with the community to build a 24 mile fence of white fabric over the hills of California disappearing into the Pacific. The excerpt depicts the struggle between the artists and the state bureaucracy in the process of approving and erecting the fence, giving a glimpse into the multi-layered and complicated process of approving and installing a large-scale public art work.

    Turbo Sculpture
    Aleksandra Domanovic, 2010-2013, 19:44 min.
    Turbo Sculpture is a video essay which examines the emergence of a new kind of public art in the former-Yougoslav republics as a response to post-war search for a new national identity. Domanovic’s work offers an international perspective on monumentality and public art.

    Buried and Breaking Away
    Bill Morrison, 2018, 10 min
    Breaking Away was a 1979 film by Peter Yates, filmed in Bloomington, Indiana. In 2014, Bill Morrison buried the reel of the damaged 35mm film print in Bloomington for two months, allowing the physical and chemical elements to distort and alter the emulsion. Upon unearthing, cleaning and screening the print, an abstracted moving image revealed itself. Bill Morrison’s Buried and Breaking Away is a meditation on the physical effects of Indiana’s geology and place on one of its most beloved visual and cultural representation.

    Graven Image
    Sierra Pettengill, 2018, 10 min
    Graven Image tracks the history of the largest Confederate monument, Georgia’s Stone Mountain, exclusively through archival footage.

    This event is visible on Facebook at:
    https://www.facebook.com/events/394315724437377/

    Don't miss Part 2 of the Public Art Series, the Public Art Panel Discussion on Thursday, August 15th, from 6-8 pm at Minnetrista.

    Muncie Arts and Culture Council is a nonprofit organization and the designated Arts partner for the City of Muncie. PlySpace is a program of the MACC in partnership with the City of Muncie, Ball State University School of Art and Sustainable Muncie Corporation. PlySpace is supported in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Jun 6, 2019

Thursday

  • Will Britton, Jr. at Cornerstone Center for the Arts Dame Leo, Sarah Shaffer, Forever Young's Sidewalk Sale and Lemonade Stand GindhART, GindhART, painted handbags, Madjax, 2nd floor Lisa Walsh, Carrie Wright, Muncie Makers Market, corner of Walnut and Adams Fixer Upper at at Muncie Makes Lab Solar Decathlon Design Challenge at Muncie Makes Lab Reimagining Memorial and Hoyt at Muncie Makes Lab Silly Walk at various locations downtown Blues Jam at Valhalla June's First Thursday (full listing) 5pm to 9pm @ Downtown Muncie
    Will Britton, Jr. at Cornerstone Center for the Arts Will Britton, Jr. at Cornerstone Center for the Arts Dame Leo, Dame Leo, "No Mas," Madjax, 2nd floor "Muncie Mystery" from the Delaware County Historical Society Sarah Shaffer, Sarah Shaffer, "What a Waist," at Elm Street Brewing Co. "Baby Driver" at Afterhours Art Reels, The Fickle Peach Forever Young's Sidewalk Sale and Lemonade Stand Forever Young's Sidewalk Sale and Lemonade Stand GindhART, GindhART, "Tools 4 Schools," Madjax, 2nd floor GindhART, painted handbags, Madjax, 2nd floor GindhART, painted handbags, Madjax, 2nd floor Lisa Walsh, Lisa Walsh, "Red and Black Pin," at Gordy Fine Art and Framing, Co. Carrie Wright, Carrie Wright, "Lunar Crane," at Gordy Fine Art and Framing, Co. Muncie Makers Market, corner of Walnut and Adams Muncie Makers Market, corner of Walnut and Adams Fixer Upper at at Muncie Makes Lab Fixer Upper at at Muncie Makes Lab Solar Decathlon Design Challenge at Muncie Makes Lab Solar Decathlon Design Challenge at Muncie Makes Lab Reimagining Memorial and Hoyt at Muncie Makes Lab Reimagining Memorial and Hoyt at Muncie Makes Lab Silly Walk at various locations downtown Silly Walk at various locations downtown Blues Jam at Valhalla Blues Jam at Valhalla

    Cornerstone Center for the Arts

    520 E. Main
    Join Cornerstone Center for Arts on Thursday, June 6 for the opening reception of Sparking Nostalgia Through Pop Culture, an art exhibition by Will Britton Jr. 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 June’s First Thursday events.

    Sparking Nostalgia Through Pop Culture is a collection of pop culture icons. From the obscure to the more commonly known, Britton’s work brings forth nostalgia from childhood favorites. The work invokes those things that would get you up early on Saturday with a big bowl of cereal eager to turn on cartoons. Those things that when you see them, you remember time, place, taste, and smell. Britton’s work seeks to transport viewers back to the joy of childhood.

    Will Britton Jr. was born and raised in Muncie, Indiana. He graduated from Muncie Central High School in 1997 and then went on to Vincennes University where he studied Fine Arts until he transferred to The Art Academy of Cincinnati. He graduated with his bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts with his specialty being printmaking. He has worked steadily making the art he loves while also working in social services. He lives in Muncie with his wife, children, an old dog and a bossy cat.  His everyday life consists of wrangling chaos and disorder, making items for local markets and a little D & D as time permits.

    For more information about the exhibition call Cornerstone’s Department of Education & Communication at 765-281- 9503, ext. 23 or visit cornerstonearts.org.

    Dame Leo (at Madjax)
    514 E. Jackson St. (2nd floor)
    “No Más!” featuring mixed media paintings, sculpture, and wearable art by Dame Leo. 2nd floor, Madjax.

    Delaware County Historical Society
    Various locations downtown
    The Delaware County Historical Society presents “Muncie Mystery” from 5-7:30pm.

    A serious (and pretend) crime has been committed in Downtown Muncie! We are calling on all citizen sleuths to participate in a real-life Clue game as part of the First Thursday festivities on June 6.

    Between 5 and 6:30 pm, visit ten participating downtown businesses for clues about suspects and weapons. At each location, you will have the chance to answer a Muncie trivia question to learn more about our city, complements of the Delaware County Historical Society.

    The guilty party and facts about the case will be revealed at Muncie Civic Theatre at 7:00 pm. Sleuths who correctly identify the perpetrator and weapon will be entered into a drawing for great prizes, including an overnight stay at the Courtyard by Marriott Muncie at Horizon Convention Center, Muncie Civic Theatre tickets, a silver crystal pendant from Pazols Jewelers, and more! (Must be present to win.)

    Event partners: Downtown Muncie, Muncie Civic Theatre, Indiana Public Radio, WIPB-TV, Ball State Office of Community Engagement, Muncie Neighborhoods, and Delaware County Historical Society

    Participating businesses: Debbie's Handmade Soap, The Hayloft Boutique, Twin Archer Brewpub, Mulberry Street Uniques, Aw Yeah Comics- Muncie, Vintage Shoppe Thrift & Gift, Intersection, Olive & Slate, Muncie Map Co.

    Elm Street Brewing (21+)
    519 N. Elm

    The opening reception for Life in Plastic, featuring artwork by Sarah Shaffer will take place at Elm Street Brewing Co on Thursday, June 6 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. The opening of Life in Plastic will take place in conjunction with First Thursday’s events.

    The smallest things can have the biggest impact. Our childhoods shape us, create us, and define who we will become. In the collection titled, "Life in Plastic," Sarah Shaffer has explored society's monumental impact through the form of its tiniest role models. Each piece is a depiction of a doll, focusing only on a portion of the body and recreated in a large scale. This collection of acrylic paintings portrays the objectification of and unrealistic expectations placed upon women.

    Sarah Shaffer is a native of Indiana, growing up in Fort Wayne with a love of art from an early age. Sarah is a graduate of Ball State University's Art Department, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Metalsmithing earned in 2007. Sarah lives with her husband and daughter in Muncie, Indiana, and works at Cornerstone Center for the Arts as the Education and Marketing Coordinator as well as a visual arts instructor.

    The opening reception of Life in Plastic will include live music by local artist Caleb Ferguson. After attending the reception, Elm Street Brewing Co invites you to stick around, order dinner and a beer, and enjoy the relaxed family friendly atmosphere. The Peterson and Dunn Project will perform following the conclusion of the opening reception. Life in Plastic will be on display, with work for sale throughout the month of June.

    The Fickle Peach (21+)
    117 E. Charles

    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. June’s movie is Baby Driver from director Edgar Wright.

    Forever Young Children’s Boutique
    125 E. Charles
    Forever Young will be open from 5-7pm for Sidewalk Day Sale. There will be a lemonade stand and all proceeds will be donated to First Choice for Women.

    Gindhart (at Madjax)
    514 E. Jackson St. (2nd floor)
    Local social commentary artist Debra Gindhart will feature two assemblage pieces titled TOOLS 4 SCHOOLS. Debra believes that guns have no place in our schools. We must reduce the possibility of any gunfire in schools, rather than concentrating on ways to keep all guns off school property. Ensuring the safety of children and school employees, school administrators should focus on measures that will create safe and supportive learning environments for students, faculty, and staff. 

    Debra Gindhart will also feature wearable art, painted clothing, and painted handbags. There will be an opening reception where you can meet the artist and enjoy light refreshments from 5-8pm. Madjax, 2nd floor.

    Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co.
    224 E. Main

    Gordy Fine Art and Framing Company will open Natural Influences: Two Hoosiers, Nature, and Their Art. From topographically inspired jewelry by Lisa Walsh to floral designed silks by Carrie Wright, the influence of nature will be celebrated during June’s First Thursday on June 6, from 5:00 to 8:00. Carrie Wright, a Muncie silk painter, will give a short talk at 6:15. Light refreshments will be served, and the public is invited to attend. The exhibition will remain on view with works for sale throughout the summer.

    Carrie Wright, a Muncie silk painter and newly minted Indiana Artisan, will be sharing her beautiful pieces of wearable art. Wright gives specific attention to several details, such as: where the design elements are likely to fall on the body when the scarf is worn; an appropriate color pallet within the design with careful consideration for the occasion or outfit for which the scarf might be worn; a balanced combination of floral and graphic elements maintaining visual tension and interest. Wright’s creativity is nurtured by combining the clean design disciplines of the Japanese kimono textile creators and the forward-thinking creativity of European designers.

    “I was born and raised amid the fields in northern Delaware County,” says Wright. “I’ve always been inspired by the beauty of Indiana landscapes, fields that stretch to the horizons of both the rising and setting sun. Much of my work is influenced by the flora of the area combined in some way with a bold graphic design element to help balance the piece and prohibit it from becoming flowery or fussy.”

    Lisa Walsh, a jewelry designer from Lafayette, will be showcasing pieces from her Topography Series. Walsh uses enamels and mixed metals to portray accurate contour lines from topographical maps. Conceptualized in 2015, this series has received four consecutive Arts in the Parks grants from the Indiana Arts Commission. The Topography Series includes work featuring Clifty Falls and Spring Mill State Park in southern Indiana, and recently expanded to include areas of Shenandoah National Park where Walsh was artist-in-residence in 2018.

    Walsh’s influence is a “fascination with topographical maps which I have had since studying fire science many years ago, but hadn't incorporated them into my work until relatively recently.  Topography and jewelry are such an unusual pairing that it often opens discussions that lead into important land and conservation issues,” she says.  “Jewelry is the ultimate traveling art, and as such, a great medium for encouraging dialogue between people.”

    Grace Episcopal Church
    300 S. Madison

    Come on down to Grace Episcopal Church (corner of Madison & Adams) for an awesome concert with singer song writer and recording artist Joan Hamilton. Tonight's concert begins at 7pm. Joan is a local favorite guitar and keyboard performer with deep roots in the Muncie and Indy music scene. There will be CD' for sale. This is a great way to start the summer music season.

    Muncie Makers Market
    Corner of Walnut and Adams
    “First Thursday is SOON, on Thursday, June 6th! The Muncie Makers Market is happy to be a part of Muncie’s First Thursday community events, thanks to an invitation to take over the sidewalks in front of the Muncie Map Co., at 111 East Adams Street, in Downtown Muncie. We set up on the SE corner of Adams and Walnut Streets from 5-8p on the first Thursday of every month. Plenty of nearby free parking! I’m really excited for us to have this opportunity and I am really hoping we get a nice evening of weather for the 6th. I also invite everyone to see what we’ve got going on inside of the Muncie Map Co. as well. Lots of local themed shirts/magnets/stickers/books/music, excellent mappiness, and a Muncie Makers Market kiosk open there every day! 

    First Thursday is a popular local tradition, going years back, with all sorts of vendors, artists, and entertainers set up throughout all of Downtown Muncie inside and outside of various shops, restaurants, bars, and other businesses. It’s fun!”

    Muncie Makes Lab
    628 S. Walnut
    Join Muncie Makes Lab from 5-8pm for the following shows:

    Fixer Upper
    Erica Collins’ 6th grade Northside Middle School math class worked with Tom Collins from the BSU Department of Architecture on an documentation and redesign project for a single room in which the students took physical measurements, drew scale drawings, learned about architectural drawing conventions, proposed renovations to the room, and calculated the renovation costs for materials and labor. The results of the 6-week project were shown at the MCS Celebrate Excellence Show in May.

    Solar Decathlon Design Challenge
    A Spring 2019 architecture design studio taught by Tom Collins with the assistance of Walter Grondzik and Tarek Mahfouz that participated in the US Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon Design Challenge. Two collaborative student-led teams developed net-zero energy ready housing proposals for sites in historic districts adjacent to downtown Muncie with community partners ecoREHAB and Greater Muncie Habitat for Humanity.

    Reimagining Memorial & Hoyt
    A Summer 2019 architecture design studio/workshop co-taught by Pam Harwood and Tom Collins focused on reimagining, redeveloping, and reusing underutilized property in Muncie’s Southwestern neighborhoods to support neighborhood revitalization efforts to improve access to food, healthcare, housing, and transportation. The class is working with Building Better Neighborhoods and the 8 Twelve Coalition on this community design immersive learning project.

    Silly Walk
    Various locations downtown

    Meeting Spot: In the back parking lot where The Muncie Escape Room is located. (Jefferson St and Adams St) Look for the Silly Walk Map in the comments!
    Time: 5:15pm. Walk will begin around 5:30pm.
    Attire: 1920s attire (this is optional but recommended to keep with the First Thursday of Muncie Theme)

    First Thursday at Downtown is having a 1920s Mystery game at participating businesses (where our walk will happen). We may be having fun with our Silly Walk, but we are going to participate too! It's a real-life Clue game in Downtown Muncie! We'll take our Silly Walk to the Downtown Streets of Muncie and into these participating businesses (listed in the order our walk will happen: Olive & Slate, Twin Archer Brewpub, Intersection, Debbie's Handmade Soap, Aw Yeah Comics- Muncie, Vintage Shoppe Thrift & Gift, Mulberry Street Uniques, The Hayloft Boutique, Muncie Map Co.).

    At 7pm, once was walk is over, head over to the Muncie Civic Theatre to see if you guessed the crime correctly to win great prizes!

    Thr3e Wisemen Brewing Co.
    625 S. High St.
    Thr3e Wise Men will be doing $5 10" Cheese Pizzas and 1/2 off bottles of wine!

    Valhalla  (21+)
    215 S. Walnut

    Valhalla presents “Blues Jam” every Thursday. “Blues Jam” is an open event with sign-up starting at 7pm and music from 8-11pm. Come show us your talent!

    Wishbone Gifts, Inc.
    201 S. Walnut St.

    Wishbone Gifts, Inc. will feature works by Jeremy Babb and Erin Cox.

Aug 2, 2018

Thursday

  • Kevin Campbell's DOG portraits, Brinkman Gallery Kevin Campbell, The Puzzle Project, Brinkman Gallery Leon Crosby, Train, Cornerstone Center for the Arts Downtown Flea Market, Oddities, and Antiques Fourteen Boards of Baubles, GindhART at Madjax Ivy Tech's Demo Day Canan Commons Grates, the site of the hopes we wear on our backs, a participatory public weaving project by PlySpace Resident Artist Kacie Lyn Martinez August's First Thursday (full listing) 5pm to 9pm @ Downtown Muncie
    Kevin Campbell's DOG portraits, Brinkman Gallery Kevin Campbell's DOG portraits, Brinkman Gallery Kevin Campbell, The Puzzle Project, Brinkman Gallery Kevin Campbell, The Puzzle Project, Brinkman Gallery Leon Crosby, Train, Cornerstone Center for the Arts Leon Crosby, Train, Cornerstone Center for the Arts Downtown Flea Market, Oddities, and Antiques Downtown Flea Market, Oddities, and Antiques "The Blues Brothers," After Hours Art Reels at the Fickle Peach Fourteen Boards of Baubles, GindhART at Madjax Fourteen Boards of Baubles, GindhART at Madjax Ivy Tech's Demo Day Ivy Tech's Demo Day Canan Commons Grates, the site of the hopes we wear on our backs, a participatory public weaving project by PlySpace Resident Artist Kacie Lyn Martinez Canan Commons Grates, the site of the hopes we wear on our backs, a participatory public weaving project by PlySpace Resident Artist Kacie Lyn Martinez "Blues Jam" at Valhalla

    Book Arts Collaborative (at Madjax)
    514 E. Main

    Book Arts Collaborative will be open with a project for visitors to print.  Come by and meet our new faculty, Jim Bradley and Jim Shimkus from Bracken Library, along with returning faculty members Kim Miller from Tribune Showprint and Rai Peterson from the BSU Department of English.

    Brinkman Gallery
    409 S. Walnut

    Brinkman Gallery will feature the Puzzle Project by Kevin Campbell and Kevin’s original DOG portraits. His art ranges from a single piece puzzle to a 730 piece puzzle.  We are featuring one of his creations that is over 200 pieces call “Sweet Thursday” Check our Kevin’s website http://www.kevincampbellartwork.com/

    Kevin is a native of Griffith, IN and moved to Muncie in 1972 to attend BSU.  He has lived in Muncie ever since.

    Brinkman Gallery is located at 409 South Walnut Street – corner of Walnut and Charles and welcomes guests to meet Kevin Campbell and enjoy refreshments during First Thursday.

    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    520 E. Main

    Join Cornerstone Center for Arts for the opening reception of Street Vibe by local artist Leon Crosby. The reception will take place in the newly renovated Judith Barnes Memorial Gallery on the second floor of Cornerstone Center for the Arts from 5:00 to 7:00 pm in conjunction with August’s First Thursday events.

    Taking inspiration from mural art around the world, this collection aims to hit the multiple different styles that can encompass street art from surrealism, graffiti, fantasy art, watercolor and classical styles. These styles and more will be evident in Crosby’s unique show Street Vibe.

    Leon Crosby is a local artist, teacher, and street artist. Street Vibe will be on display and open to the public in the Judith Barnes Memorial Gallery throughout the month of August. For more information about the exhibition call Cornerstone’s Department of Education & Communication at 765-281- 9503, ext. 23 or visit cornerstonearts.org.

    Downtown Flea Market, Oddities, and Antiques
    227 S Walnut St

    We are far more than an ordinary store; come visit us and find your treasure! This First Thursday, we will have three special guests:

    -Melissa Davis, owner of Queen Honey Bee Creations
    -Jazon Zachary, a wood carver/sculptor from What Hides Inside
    -Bob Williams of P& P Designs, who makes custom lamps out of everyday objects. 

    We also have local artist work Daline Beacher, Michael DuQuette and Debra Gindhart along with art and collections from all cultures. Open until 7!

    The Fickle Peach (21+)
    117 E. Charles

    After Hours Art Reels: “The Blues Brothers”
    Muncie Downtown Development in partnership with The Fickle Peach, presents After Hours Art Reels following the First Thursday Gallery Walks. Come enjoy the gallery exhibits from 5-8pm, and join us afterwards at dusk for these great film classics!

    August’s film will be “The Blues Brothers” featuring a special guest appearance!  Come ready to shake your tail feather!

    Films will be projected onto the Mutual Bank wall on Charles Street at dusk. Seating will be available on the Fickle Peach patio area located at 117 E. Charles St. for guests who are 21 and up. Viewers who are not yet 21 can watch the films from the sidewalk surrounding the patio area.

    Gindhart (at Madjax)
    514 E. Jackson St. (2nd floor)

    "Fourteen Boards of BAUBLES": Debra Gindhart is a local artist who has shared her love of art, poetry, and repurposing with ECI AND beyond. Her artist mantra is "RE-use, RE-claim, RE-new." This mantra moves through her wall art and her Green Glam Studio jewelry. During August's First Thursday, Debra is showcasing her recycle chic necklaces and earrings directly from the artist's private collection vault. Each designer set is $40 and up. If you have ever wanted to wear what she wore, this is your chance. 

    Come meet the artist from 5-8pm and enjoy light refreshments & sippables during the First Thursday gallery walk. 

    Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co.
    224 E. Main

    Gordy will be hosting our mid-summer art party showing represented artists and featuring live acoustic music by Greg Pyle and Austin Burton. Pyle and Burton will play from 6:00-7:30pm. The Gordy gallery will serve refreshments from 5:00-8:00 pm. Free and open to the public.

    Grace Episcopal Church
    300 S. Madison

    The Hillcroft Services Choir and Handchimes Groups will be performing from 7-8:30pm at Grace Episcopal Church on Madison Ave. In addition, Hillcroft’s Creativity Unlimited will have a booth selling items crafted by our artists. Come hear arrangements of today’s best Pop music and check out some beautiful artwork.

    Ivytech
    Corner of High and Main St.

    Join Ivy Tech on August 2nd for Demo Day as we take the first steps toward the new downtown campus located at the corner of High and Main Streets. Festivities begin with an Express Enrollment event from 9am-4pm where you can register for Fall classes.

    You can help an Ivy Tech student with their new beginning! Swing a sledge hammer at the demolition site and donate to the New Beginnings Scholarship!

    The evening celebration will kick off at 4pm with a free Zumba class. At 5pm there will be food trucks and beer tents. At 6:30pm, the Carl Storie Band will perform.

    PlySpace
    608 E. Main

    The Muncie Arts and Culture Council and PlySpace, an artist-in-residence program based in the Emily Kimbrough Historic District in downtown Muncie, Indiana, are excited to announce the second Summer Term Resident Artist, Kacie Lyn Martinez. Martinez is a participatory fiber artist based in Brooklyn, New York whose work generates contemporary weaving projects which combine therapeutic, meditative practice with traditional weaving methods. While in residence at PlySpace throughout the month of August, Martinez will present a public weaving project,

    “the hopes we wear on our backs”, at Canan Commons. The launch of this project will coincide with the First Thursday in August. She will also work directly with the YWCA of Muncie and Muncie OUTreach as community collaborative project partners to explore the weaving process as a catalyst for healing, community cohesion, and home-making.

    The participatory public art project titled “the hopes we wear on our backs” explores the process of collectively envisioning Muncie’s future. Held at the west end of Canan Commons through the month of August, “the hopes we wear on our backs” invites Muncie residents to write out their hopes for the city on strips of recycled clothing which will then be woven by Martinez and interested participants into a temporary public artwork installed at the Canan Commons grates. The project is inspired by a lack of public spaces for dialogue as well as negative news cycles which sensationalize trauma and ignore daily beauty in our communities. The project aims to engage with various Muncie communities by using participatory fiber arts to make physical the process of collective dreaming.

    Martinez will begin actively working on the public installation on First Thursday, August 2nd, from 5-8 PM. She will be on site to answer questions about the project and her process, and the public is invited to participate by sharing their hopes and dreams for Muncie in person. She will continue the project by facilitating public participation each following Saturday throughout the month of August from 11 AM to 2 PM. Martinez will also be on site Saturday, August 4th from 6-8 PM prior to Downtown Development’s Moonlight Movie screening of “Wonder Woman” at Canan Commons. The public can also participate at any time by adding to the supply of recycled clothing strips and writing their hopes on the strips for Martinez to weave during her next public workday. Full instructions on how to participate will be available at the Canan Commons artwork site and on www.plyspace.org.

    For more information about Muncie Arts and Culture Council and its other programs, please visit www.munciearts.org. Questions or comments about the PlySpace Residency program, events, and community collaborations can be directed to Program Coordinator, Erin Williams at hello@plyspace.org.

    PlySpace is a program of Muncie Arts and Culture Council in partnership with the City of Muncie, Ball State University School of Art, and Sustainable Muncie Corporation. PlySpace is generously supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.

    Valhalla  (21+)
    215 S. Walnut

    Valhalla presents “Blues Jam” every Thursday. “Blues Jam” is an open event with sign-up starting at 7pm and music from 8-11pm. Come show us your talent!

     

Jun 7, 2018

Thursday

  • Blacksmith Demo at 111 Arts Gallery Ashley Allegretti, Bad Art Night at Cornerstone Center for the Arts Pink Floyd's GindhART at Madjax, 2nd floor Gordy Fine Art and Framing The Bearded Baker at Madjax Angie Ridge Hedman, June's First Thursday (full listing) 5pm to 9pm @ Downtown Muncie, Ball State University campus
    Blacksmith Demo at 111 Arts Gallery Blacksmith Demo at 111 Arts Gallery Ashley Allegretti, Ashley Allegretti, "Beginnings," at The Atrium Gallery Bad Art Night at Cornerstone Center for the Arts Bad Art Night at Cornerstone Center for the Arts Pink Floyd's Pink Floyd's "The Wall," After Hours Art Reels at the Fickle Peach GindhART at Madjax, 2nd floor GindhART at Madjax, 2nd floor Gordy Fine Art and Framing Gordy Fine Art and Framing The Bearded Baker at Madjax The Bearded Baker at Madjax Angie Ridge Hedman, Angie Ridge Hedman, "Patterns," at Savage's Alehouse "Blues Jam" at Valhalla

    111 Arts Gallery
    111 E. Main

    111 Arts Gallery will have a blacksmith demo by Jacob Price in the parking lot adjacent to the gallery.

    The Atrium Gallery
    Arts and Journalism Building, 1st floor, Ball State University campus

    The School of Art is proud to present the BEGINNINGS 2018 Student Art Exhibition in the Atrium Gallery, open until Saturday, July 21. The gallery will have Extended Hours on June 7th for First Thursday art events in downtown Muncie, until 8 PM. This exhibition is free and open to the public.

    This exhibition focuses on the amazing work done by First Year students in the School of Art during the 2017-2018 academic year. This exhibit is a great chance to see the exciting drawings, designs, and sculptures being made by some of the School of Art's newest artists!

    Atrium Gallery hours are Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm and Saturdays 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Closed Sundays and all Ball State breaks and holidays.

    The Brinkman Gallery
    409 S. Walnut

    Gay Nation with Brinkman Gallery. Tracey Danner Odenwelder with Total Dynamic Organization. Dale Basham with #RoBash

    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    520 E. Main

    “Bad Art Night” at Cornerstone: Join Cornerstone Center for the Arts on Thursday, June 7, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm for Bad Art Night at Cornerstone. Leave your talent at the door and create your best disasterpiece at this free event. Bad Art Night encourages attendees to create the tackiest, ugliest, and most ridiculous artwork with a chance to win prizes. Bad Art Night on First Thursday will take place in Studio A on the second floor of Cornerstone Center for the Arts.

    This event is co-hosted by Muncie Public Library and Cornerstone Center for the Arts. Bad Art Night is a monthly workshop that rotates between the locations of Cornerstone Center for the Arts and Maring Hunt Library.

    For more information about Bad Art Night, call Cornerstone’s Department of Education & Communication at 765-281- 9503, ext. 23 or visit cornerstonearts.org.

    The Fickle Peach (21+)
    117 E. Charles

    “After Hours Art Reels”: Muncie Downtown Development in partnership with The Fickle Peach, presents After Hours Art Reels following the First Thursday Gallery Walks June through September. Come enjoy the gallery exhibits from 5-8pm, and join us afterwards at dusk for these great film classics!

    Films will be projected onto the Mutual Bank wall on Charles Street at dusk. Seating will be available on the Fickle Peach patio area located at 117 E. Charles St. for guests who are 21 and up. Viewers who are not yet 21 can watch the films from the sidewalk surrounding the patio area.

    The first film of the season will be Pink Floyd’s “The Wall”. In advance of the screening, local talent “The Meanies” will play two special sets of Pink Floyd classics on the Fickle Peach patio.
    https://www.facebook.com/TheMeanies/)

    Coming up!
    July 12th - La La Land
    Aug 2nd - The Blues Brothers
    Sept. 6th - Brazil

    Gindhart (at Madjax)
    514 E. Jackson St. (2nd floor)

    Art It's The Way You Are "LOVE" series 1, Momma Knows Best series 2, "Please Don't Do Coke In Our Bathroom,” and "Patterns & Words" series 1 is the June 7th First Thursday gallery exhibit by local artist Debra Gindhart at Madjax Muncie. Paintings in aerosols and acrylics using altered thrift store art and redirected art techniques. Debra also includes her line of recycled jewelry Green Glam Studio in her 2nd floor studio. Meet the artist from 5-8pm and enjoy light refreshments.

    Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co.
    224 E. Main

    Barbara and Carl Schafer invite you to come share a glass of wine or a soft drink with the staff of Gordy Fine Art & Framing Company from 5-8pm.     

    During the First Thursday party and throughout the month of June, we will feature works of art by more than 25 East Central Indiana artists including many of our personal favorites.  The event is open to the public and light refreshments will be served giving customers the opportunity to buy unique objects created by local artists.

    Prices range from $1 to $2,000, with most falling between $30 to $200. From whimsical “Funcie” signs and shirts to handcrafted mugs and plates. Paintings capturing Indiana’s rural landscapes in various media to handbound journals and letterpress cards. 

    The show will run throughout June and July with new works continually added to replace things that are purchased and removed.

    Gordy Fine Art and Framing Company promotes talented artists and offers expert design and craftsmanship for framing and displaying treasured family possessions and works of art. Business hours: Monday through Friday, 9 am – 5:30 pm, Saturday, 9 am – 3 pm. Gordy Fine Art and Framing Company is located at 224 East Main Street, next door to Muncie Civic Theatre.  For more information, visit www.gordyframing.com or call 765-284-8422.

    Grace Episcopal Church
    300 S. Madison

    Start your summer with some great music. At 7:30pm, Joan Hamilton, recording artist, guitar player and singer will perform at Grace Episcopal Church (corner of Madison and Adams). Joan is currently living in Indy but Muncie is her hometown. There will be CD’s of Joan’s music for sale at the concert.  There will be snacks and drinks for your enjoyment. All donations will go to Wild Card Cafe, a program to support BSU students through Grace Village.

    Madjax Muncie
    515 E. Main St.

    The Bearded Baker will be selling delicious baked goods for First Thursday at Madjax!

    Savage's Ale House (21+)
    127 N. High

    Savages will have Angie Ridge Hedman hanging art. Her show is called “Patterns.” She used mixes of acrylic and vintage dress patterns.

    Tribune Showprint (at Madjax)
    515 E. Main

    Tribune Showprint will be open and giving shop tours. One press will be inked and ready to have our guest pull a print.

    Valhalla  (21+)
    215 S. Walnut

    Valhalla presents “Blues Jam” every Thursday. “Blues Jam” is an open event with sign-up starting at 7pm and music from 8-11pm. Come show us your talent!

Apr 7, 2018

Saturday

  • That One Film Festival - Day Two 12pm to 12am @ PlySpace 608 E Main St.
    Cost: Free, $5, $20

    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.

    SATURDAY, APRIL 7TH
    DAY 2

    Single Program Pass  |  $5 each
    Purchase via FilmFreeway or in person

    Festival All Access Pass  |  $20 for all programs
    Purchase via FilmFreeway or in person

    Lunch + Dinner  |  Fire and Brimstone Pizza will be parked outside PlySpace Gallery
    Transportation  |  MITS trolley will provide free rides to various locations throughout downtown


    12:00 - 1:00 PM  |  Competitive Program #2
    Location  |  
    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    Undefined Spaces by Michelle Trujillo
    way of the gods by Lorenzo Gattorna
    One and Many by Jonas Bak
    Patriot by Brian Charles Patterson

    1:30 - 2:30 PM  |  Competitive Program #3
    Location  |  
    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    PATCHES OF SNOW IN JULY by Lana Caplan
    The Night in the Last Branches by Michael Morris
    Amarillo Ramp by Bill Brown & Sabine Gruffat
    Large Child: Construction by Paul Shortt

    3:00 - 4:00 PM  |  Competitive Program #4
    Location  |  
    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    home by Pieter Geenen
    Empty Nightclub by Ben Edelberg
    Sweet Love by Stephen Crompton
    Lunar Unlimited by Jake Marcks

    4:30 - 5:30 PM  |  Competitive Program #5
    Location  |  
    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    Driver / Predator by Gerald Habarth
    Debris by Giuseppe Boccassini
    Maelstroms by Lana Caplan
    Circles of Confusion by Jason Britski
    Grey Water/Black Water by Josh Drake
    In Search of Martin Klein by Joseph Wilcox

    5:30 - 7:30 PM  |  Dinner Break
    Fire and Brimstone Pizza will be parked at PlySpace
    MITS trolley will provide free rides to various locations in throughout downtown

    7:30 - 8:30 PM  |  Competitive Program #6
    Location  |  
    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    Please step out of the frame. by Karissa Hahn
    Zombie, Pt. 1 by Scott Fitzpatrick
    The Garden of Delight by Michael Fleming
    Camera Threat by Bernd Lützeler

    9:00 - 10:00 PM  |  Competitive Program #7
    Location  |  
    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    Beautiful Eyes by Rani Crowe
    Nothing a Little Soap and Water Can't Fix by Jennifer Proctor
    Becoming by Ariel Teal
    When I Was Four by Hugo Ljungbäck
    Top Thrill by Grace Mitchell
    Dyke in Sight by Carleen Maur
    Otherness Is A Womb by Hope Youngblood
    Mammaries by Monica Panzarino

    10:00 PM - 12:00 AM  |  CLOSING PARTY!
    Location  |  
    PlySpace Gallery  |  FREE
    10:15 PM  |  Live Video Performance of Motherless Mind-Children by Karl Erickson
    Festival Awards Announced + Celebration 
    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.

  • That One Film Festival - Day Two 12pm to 12am @ PlySpace 608 E Main St.
    Cost: Free, $5, $20

    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.

    SATURDAY, APRIL 7TH
    DAY 2

    Single Program Pass  |  $5 each
    Purchase via FilmFreeway or in person

    Festival All Access Pass  |  $20 for all programs
    Purchase via FilmFreeway or in person

    Lunch + Dinner  |  Fire and Brimstone Pizza will be parked outside PlySpace Gallery
    Transportation  |  MITS trolley will provide free rides to various locations throughout downtown


    12:00 - 1:00 PM  |  Competitive Program #2
    Location  |  
    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    Undefined Spaces by Michelle Trujillo
    way of the gods by Lorenzo Gattorna
    One and Many by Jonas Bak
    Patriot by Brian Charles Patterson

    1:30 - 2:30 PM  |  Competitive Program #3
    Location  |  
    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    PATCHES OF SNOW IN JULY by Lana Caplan
    The Night in the Last Branches by Michael Morris
    Amarillo Ramp by Bill Brown & Sabine Gruffat
    Large Child: Construction by Paul Shortt

    3:00 - 4:00 PM  |  Competitive Program #4
    Location  |  
    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    home by Pieter Geenen
    Empty Nightclub by Ben Edelberg
    Sweet Love by Stephen Crompton
    Lunar Unlimited by Jake Marcks

    4:30 - 5:30 PM  |  Competitive Program #5
    Location  |  
    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    Driver / Predator by Gerald Habarth
    Debris by Giuseppe Boccassini
    Maelstroms by Lana Caplan
    Circles of Confusion by Jason Britski
    Grey Water/Black Water by Josh Drake
    In Search of Martin Klein by Joseph Wilcox

    5:30 - 7:30 PM  |  Dinner Break
    Fire and Brimstone Pizza will be parked at PlySpace
    MITS trolley will provide free rides to various locations in throughout downtown

    7:30 - 8:30 PM  |  Competitive Program #6
    Location  |  
    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    Please step out of the frame. by Karissa Hahn
    Zombie, Pt. 1 by Scott Fitzpatrick
    The Garden of Delight by Michael Fleming
    Camera Threat by Bernd Lützeler

    9:00 - 10:00 PM  |  Competitive Program #7
    Location  |  
    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    Beautiful Eyes by Rani Crowe
    Nothing a Little Soap and Water Can't Fix by Jennifer Proctor
    Becoming by Ariel Teal
    When I Was Four by Hugo Ljungbäck
    Top Thrill by Grace Mitchell
    Dyke in Sight by Carleen Maur
    Otherness Is A Womb by Hope Youngblood
    Mammaries by Monica Panzarino

    10:00 PM - 12:00 AM  |  CLOSING PARTY!
    Location  |  
    PlySpace Gallery  |  FREE
    10:15 PM  |  Live Video Performance of Motherless Mind-Children by Karl Erickson
    Festival Awards Announced + Celebration 
    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.

Apr 6, 2018

Friday

  • 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.

  • 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.

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