By Claire Downs—
Muncie, IN—Cornerstone Center for the Arts is pleased to open its doors for events perfect for all ages! First Thursday, February 4, 5-8pm the Judith Barnes Memorial Gallery will make its 2021 debut featuring the work of Terrika Clark; Saturday, February 6, from 1-3pm Cornerstone will host their Recycled Valentines crafting workshop; and Monday, February 22 marks the beginning of 12 full weeks of visual and performing arts classes!
Local artist Terrika Clark challenges viewers to see more than just their reflection in her work. This mixed-media exhibit, “A Tribute to Glass” will be displayed in the Judith Barnes Memorial Gallery on the second floor of Cornerstone Center of the Arts.The opening reception will be held in conjunction with Muncie DWNTWN’s First Thursday on February 4 from 5 – 8 p.m. and will remain on display until February 26.
Join Cornerstone February 6, as board member, Carol Bradshaw, leads you through creating your own paper using scraps, dried flowers, glitter, and anything else our heart desires in the Recycled Valentines crafting workshop. By adding seeds to the paper, our love can blossom this spring after being planted. What a unique way to share your affection! $5 per table. Each table can seat up to 6 people in your party and will be socially distanced from others. “Take & Make” kits will also be available for purchase.
On February 22, Cornerstone will open for spring session classes. 2020 was a difficult time for everyone, and that means that access to the arts is even more crucial. Although Cornerstone has had to make some adjustments in how classes are offered, the mission is always at the forefront—access to the arts for all. Registration is still open! Sign up today for classes in ballet, painting, drawing, ceramics, Yoga, Bollywood dance and more.