8 past events with the rhythm & blues tag

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Oct 3, 2013

Thursday

  • Work by Andrea Swartz on display at Rose Court Work by Jennifer Smith on display at Rose Court Work by Cindy Norrick Turner on display at Rose Court Work by Cindy Norrick Turner on display at Rose Court Work by Andrea Swartz on display at Rose Court Work by Jennifer Smith on display at Rose Court Work by Phil Diaz on display at The Heorot Work by Brandon Beeson on display at The Heorot Work by Natalie Kowalk on display at Valhalla Work on display at PROJECTiONE Work on display at PROJECTiONE ArtsWalk 2013 5pm to 9pm @ Downtown
    Work by Andrea Swartz on display at Rose Court Work by Andrea Swartz on display at Rose Court Work by Jennifer Smith on display at Rose Court Work by Jennifer Smith on display at Rose Court Work by Cindy Norrick Turner on display at Rose Court Work by Cindy Norrick Turner on display at Rose Court Work by Cindy Norrick Turner on display at Rose Court Work by Cindy Norrick Turner on display at Rose Court Work by Andrea Swartz on display at Rose Court Work by Andrea Swartz on display at Rose Court Work by Jennifer Smith on display at Rose Court Work by Jennifer Smith on display at Rose Court "Putting it All Together" exhibit at Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co. "Putting it All Together" exhibit at Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co. Work by Phil Diaz on display at The Heorot Work by Phil Diaz on display at The Heorot Work by Brandon Beeson on display at The Heorot Work by Brandon Beeson on display at The Heorot Work by Natalie Kowalk on display at Valhalla Work by Natalie Kowalk on display at Valhalla "Conversation with Ivan Wheale" by Alfredo Marin-Carle, on display at Gallery 308 "Yellow Door" by Ryan Sparrow, on display at Gallery 308 Work on display at PROJECTiONE Work on display at PROJECTiONE Work on display at PROJECTiONE Work on display at PROJECTiONE

    The MITS Trolley will run the Downtown loop to include close access to each featured location from 5-9pm


     

    Main Street

    MFD Fire Department Museum
    The Muncie Fire Department Museum will be open for tours. The museum includes artifacts, equipment and pictures that cover the history of the fire department for the city of Muncie.

    Gallery 308
    This two–man show titled “Conversations and After/Life” is a collection of fine art photography.  This exhibit features two award-winning artists, Alfredo Marin Carle and Ryan Sparrow.  Both artists are faculty in the Department of Journalism at Ball State University teaching visual journalism classes.  Marin-Carle and Sparrow earned the gallery exhibit when they captured Best of Show and first place awards respectively from Gallery’s 308’s Paperchaser 2012 juried exhibition.  Marin-Carle took top honors for his self-portrait, “Introspection”. 

    Gordy Fine Art and Framing
    Style show by Pat Nelson and Ann Baddeley Keister entitled: “Putting it All Together:  Invention, Appropriation, Transformation, Elaboration,” The show will feature wearable garments designed and sewn by Ann using recycled Japanese kimono fabrics. Pat’s jewelry pieces of mixed metals, vitreous enamel, stones and some fabric were  made as the garments were under construction, “allowing for much give and take” between the two artists during the process.”  Runway shows will be at 5:30 PM and 6:30 PM with limited seating.

    Muncie Civic Theatre
    Performance pieces from the upcoming show “Dreamgirls” featuring Muncie’s own broadway and motion picture actress, Cynda Williams!

    Downtown Farm Stand
    Series of "farmscapes" by Kishel Photography taken at some of the the farms who’s products are regularly represented at the Farm Stand.  Deli will be open with  beer and wine available for purchase.

    111 Arts Gallery
    Collaborative art show with a live musical performance!

    Old National Bank
    Exhibit of local artists and refreshments in the bank lobby featuring work from Sylvia LaRue, Sharon LaRue, Jean McCauley, Liz Guntle, Debbie Brown, and Susie Morgan

    Delaware County Building
    Green, environmental, conservation, and sustainable organizations, agencies, and non-profits will have booths and displays in the Delaware County Building Plaza.

    Heintzelman Green Space
    Musical Performances
    5pm: Emily Myren
    6pm: Matt Ruddick
    7pm: Dustin Vance. 
    8pm: Projection from BSU video students

     

    100 Blk N Mulberry

    Folly Moon
    Opening exhibit by artist Matt Lykens

     

    100 Blk S. Walnut St.

    Chesterfields
    Soup Crawl location and open for dining

    Muncie Ballet Studio
    Class registration and mini dance classes. Tutu display and Nutcracker excerpts will be performed at Canan Commons.

    Kirk's Bike Shop
    Introducing the newest line of bicycles and accessories from Electra Bicycle Company. Kirk's will also be featuring a 2013 Model Closeout Sale! There will be HUGE markdowns on 2013 Trek Bicycles. Kirk's Bike Shop will be open until 8pm.

    The Arsenal
    Wine Down WOD (Workout of the Day). Wine and cheese will be shared with participants during live CrossFit workouts for observation. Staff will provide tours and answer questions about The Arsenal and Crossfit. Patrons are also encouraged to sign up for a free WOD.

    Hue Studio
    Welcome our newest DWNTWN neighbor!  Grand opening!

    Pazols Jewelers
    Masterworks Chorale ensemble groups will perform periodically from 6pm. There will be light refreshments and a cookbook sale.

     

    100 Blk. W. Jackson

    Cortex
    Works in media ranging from acrylic to velum and glass. Drawings from nature and life experiences Artisans Abygale Devendorf, Taylor Fentz, Jill Polumbo and Brenda Whittaker and Juli Thorson will showcase their talents in images and jewelry. Wilson Wine Tasting. Local music legend and Folly Moon proprietor Mike Martin will perform.

    The Living Room
    "In this series of paintings Michael May has been depicting experiments developed by a fictional harmless lunatic. The picture plane is split into segments, each showing a different stage in the experiment. By moving from segment to segment the viewer is able to unpack the experiment piece by piece."

    Carnegie Library Art
    Discover amazing art and artifacts inside Carnegie Library. Enjoy the building’s classical architecture including a stained glass dome, historical maps, and a commanding original painting by J. Ottis Adams of Wheeling Pike as it Appeared in 1891.
    Also on display is a collection of vases, sculptures, carved treasures, and more from Taiwan, China, Korea, Japan, Kazakhstan, and South Korea. These treasures were gifts to the City of Muncie during economic development visits and have been archived and documented by Muncie Public Library. These items are displayed periodically for all to discover and enjoy!

     

    200 Blk S. Walnut

    Towne Boutique
    One of a kind, eclectic and fanciful hats and accessories

    Casa Del Sol Parking lot
    6:30 - BSU Jazz Band
    7:30 - BSU Tuba Euphonium

    Valhalla
    Featuring work from artist Natalie Kowalk. Kowalk focuses on dysfunctional characters and environments in her narrative paintings. Valhalla will also feature live music!

    Heorot
    Featuring work from Brandon Beeson and Ellery Diaz.
    Beeson draws inspiration for his paintings from issues concerning graduating college students. Diaz repurposes vintage National Geographic imagery to create new work usually incorporating text

     

    300 Blk S. Walnut

    The Artist Within
    “Thirteen Artists Within” showcases the artwork of the thirteen very creative and talented artists whose work is sold through the Artist Within’s gift shop: Bette Graham, David Calvin, Leslie Blair, Chic Ebert Velazco, Lynette Whitesell, Barbara Houck, Bill Cox, Cindy Turner, Gary Huggler, Eugene Boyd, Karen Fisher, Toren Scott and Bob Hartley.
    Light refreshments, music by Bryce Taylor and an opportunity to meet the artists with potter’s wheel throwing demonstrations by resident potter Toren Scott and representatives from the BSU Ceramics Department and their Potters’ Guild.

     

    Old National Trust Parking Lot

    BSU Art Department
    Art Professors Ted Neal, Vance Bell, and BSU ceramics students will demonstrate throwing on the potter’s wheel

    YART
    This guerrilla art sale, with a goal of making art affordable and accessible to the community. No art will be priced above $40!

     

    400 Blk S. Walnut St

    Prime Trust Soup Crawl
    Prime Trust hosts Soup Crawl to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank. Several Downtown restaurants will be featuring a cup of soup, for a unique dining experience, for the low ticket price of $15- Tickets can be purchased the night of the event at the corner of Walnut and Charles St

    Muncie Young Professionals
    Presenting, Candy Chang’s “Before I Die” project. This project is a global public art project that invites people to reflect on their lives and share their personal aspirations in public space. MYP will have a 7' x 16' chalkboard on display for the public to write their own personal messages about their life's dreams.

    Canan Commons
    Information and artwork will be available from Muncie Arts and Culture Council Community Partners including Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance, Ball State’s Metal Guild, CityScapes, David Owsley Museum of Art, East Central Neighborhood Association, Etch a Thing, Friends Memorial Church and Preschool, Indiana Public Radio, Cornerstone Center for the Arts, Heather’s Edible Art, Muncie Children’s Museum, Muncie Symphony Orchestra, Southside Band & Guard, Tamarack Studio, and No Studios.

    Canan Commons Stage
    5:30-6:30 - Muncie Symphony Orchestra sponsored by Raymond James and the City of Muncie,
    6:30-7:30 - Community Arts Performances on small stage with performances by Muncie Ballet Studio, Muncie Civic Theatre, Cornerstone Center for the Arts, Southside High School Band and Guard, and Ball State’s Department of Theatre and Dance.
    7:30-9:00 - New Orleans own Rebirth Brass Band presented by Three Trails Music Series

    Muncie Music Center
    6:30-7:30 - The Muncie Music Center House Band consisting of employees and friends of Muncie Music Center.  R&B/Funk/Soul . Check them out between performances at Canan Commons.

     

    100 Blk W. Charles

    Barn Brasserie
    Local artist display and sale

     

    110 Blk E. Charles

    Kids Chalk Drawing Collaboration
    Sponsored by the Fickle Peach

    Rose Court
    Historic Rose Court will be displaying works from Cindy Turner - watercolorist, Andrea Swartz award winning photographer and Jennifer Smith award winning photographer.

    Hotheads Pepper Store
    Located on 2nd floor  of Rose Court “Paint with Flavor” artist collaboration

    Mutual Bank
    Featuring local artists and refreshments in the bank lobby.

     

    400 Blk E. Charles St

    Open Door Health Services
    View the permanent collection of Open Door Health Services.  Artists include Brian Gordy, R. David Dale, Jim Faulkner, Hattie Stanton, Kyle Evens, Richard Tuck and Jeff Owen Pearson.

     

    100 Blk N. High St

    Savages Ale House
    Opening exhibit with works by Angie Ridge Hedman.

    Refresh
    Will be featuring a large variety of items from Buttons to Blooms along with their usual amazing inventory. Buttons to Blooms are whimsical home decor items made from buttons, clay, ribbons, and wire and are sure to brighten up any room.

    Dan’s Downtown Records
    Dan's Downtown Records features one of the largest collections of new and used vinyl in east-central Indiana.

     

    200 Blk S High St.

    High Street United Methodist Church
    Numerous stained glass windows, 15 paintings of a religious nature, including "Adoration of the Shepherds" (circa 1720-1730) by Francesco Cavaliere Trevisani (also known as Romano), and a tapestry "Birth of the Virgin" by an unknown artist (circa 1525-1550). Visitors should enter through the main (east) entrance.

     

    Throughout Downtown

    BSU School of Art
    Video students will be presenting Spectacle and Illusion: Projection in Public Space.  Eight students will activate a variety of public buildings and spaces throughout downtown with site specific video.  Projection will begin at sunset.
    Artists include: Marie Boedeker, Chad Copeland, Eileen Costello, Tyler Gater, Amanda Knigga, Melissa Livermore, Kristina Powell, Shelby Sanders

    Southside Marching Band
    Students will be playing “Boom Whacks” in various locations.

    Blue Sky Carnival Band
    The band will parade in the streets at 7:00pm as we march to Canan Commons for the “Rebirth Brass Band” Performance!  Join the party!

    TEMPORAL SYNAPSE at PROJECTiONE
    PROJECTiONE is a design collaborative led by artists Adam Buente and Kyle Perry, both residents of Muncie, IN. Founded in 2009.  Their most recent project “Temporal Synapse” was designed to inhabit 6 elevator lobbies in the Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital on Wishard Health’s newest campus. More than 18 months in the making, “Temporal Synapse” is due to be installed before the end of October. Eager to share their most recent endeavor with Muncie, Buente and Perry will open their shop located at 612 S. Elm Street. to the public.  Several of the completed “Temporal Synapse” walls will be operational and on exhibit for the first time alongside past projects and prototypes. For more information, visit http://www.projectione.com.

Jun 7, 2013

Friday

Oct 11, 2012

Thursday

  • Funktion "Kalamazoo, MI Funk" 8pm to 3am @ Center Stage 306 South Walnut Street Muncie, Indiana 47305
    Cost: $5
    Ages: 21+

    Funk is an amorphous substance, able to mold itself to a variety of emotions and environments. It consists of all the things we know and composes all the things we feel. It’s the stuff that jiggles in our spine, the thing that rumbles in our belly. It’s the stuff crammed between our toes and the matter jammed between our ears. Funk lives in all of us—its path traces the globe and its roots dig back to traditional campfire rhythms and primal soul vibrations. If you’ve experienced life at all until this point

    , you’ve come across at least one mutation of the entity of funk.

    Luckily for us there is a band that can show us all the branches of funk. No matter what frequency your eardrums vibrate at, the sonic eruption from Kalamazoo based Funktion will dose them at the right waves per second. It could be the silky smooth R&B that gets you. Or maybe it’s the cool island dub rhythms that grab your ears. Then again it might be the rowdy hip-hop flavor that seizes your attention. But if none of that snatches your marbles, the unhinged, guitar-fueled fireball of funk will surely do the trick. Any way you slice it, if you’ve got a pair of ears, Funktion will unwrap something for them to chew on.

    But don’t show up to a live show unless you’ve come to get down; this stuff is additive-free, high-octane dance fuel. And due to the fact that Funktion’s sole mission in life is to make you shake your booty, trying to stand still might cause you a few problems. You see, the human body simply isn’t equipped to deal with this much raw musical energy in the stationary position. The only way to withstand this tidal wave of sound is to get loose, get down with your bad self, and feel that groove out on the floor. Ride that funky wave out, because the only thing that could bring it to an end is last call. But then there’s always the next night’s last call in another city just down the road…

    http://www.funktionmusic.com/Funktion/Home.html


    More info coming soon!

     

Sep 29, 2012

Saturday

Aug 24, 2012

Friday

Mar 24, 2012

Saturday