The Board of Directors of the Muncie Arts and Culture Council invites MACC members to elect candidates to serve on the 2019 MACC Board of Directors. The election period will be open Tuesday, December 11 – Monday, December 17, 2018. New board members will be announced Thursday, January 17th at the 2019 MACC Annual Public Reception at Minnetrista.
Current members will be notified by email with information on the board-recommended slate of nominees and access to voting. If you are not yet a MACC member and would like to participate in the election process, learn more about membership and become a MACC member today! Through Friday, December 14th, each new member will be notified by email with information on the board-recommended slate of nominees and access to voting.
Moth Danner the creator and director of the Muncie Maker’s Market, which brings
fresh produce and handmade arts and crafts to Muncie every weekend and with each First
Thursday celebration. Moth currently organizes Muncie Yart, the Yard Sale for Art which happens twice a year during Artswalk. She has established a number of local groups that promote the arts and help bridge
the gap between the university and the local community including her weekly group Stitch n’ Bitch
brings local knitters/sewers to The Cup, where she also holds regular poetry readings, and the
recently formed Facebook group Town + Gown: Better Together. Outside of her arts activities, she is also a private practice psychotherapist.
Michelle Kinsey is the Community Engagement and Grants Manager at WIPB-TV and Indiana Public Radio (IPR) at Ball State University. Prior to that, she was an arts/entertainment editor, writer and columnist at The Star Press for more than 20 years. She is passionate about arts and culture in our community and it shows – in her work, how she spends her spare time, and where she chooses to throw my enthusiastic support. Michelle’s previous Board service includes Motivate Our Minds and Muncie Civic Theater.
Audra Koonts is full-time paralegal by day for a small law firm in Muncie. After graduating from Wes-Del High School and earning a vocational decree in Law Enforcement from the Muncie Area Career Center, Koonts graduated from Ball State University with an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology. She and her family have volunteered for many organizations over the past several years including Muncie Civic Theatre, Anderson Young Ballet Theatre, YWCA, Secret Families of Delaware County, Girl Scouts of America, and commUNITY church. Since 2010, she has been organizing events for a charitable fund her husband began called The Berry Long Run. In 2011, as Gaston Town Council President, she entered Gaston in the “Back Home Again in Indiana” contest with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway who was celebrating 100 years. As a town with less than 300 households, we made it into the top 10 in the State by organizing a local racing museum, a community block party, and painting the IMS logo on the street in the main intersection of town. She takes pride in her community and always strives to serve in any capacity the Lord directs to her.