The Muncie Arts and Culture Council in conjunction with the City of Muncie, celebrated the 2017 Mayor’s Arts Awards September 26, 2017 at Cornerstone Center for the Arts. The goal of this program is to help cultivate greater visibility and understanding of the value of the arts, as well as grow new leadership and new patrons of the arts. The Mayor’s Arts Awards are the most prestigious honors conferred by the city on individual artists, teachers, nonprofit organizations and patrons of the arts.
The Muncie Arts & Culture Trail aims to broaden the economic development opportunities within Muncie by connecting the city’s premiere arts and cultural destinations, including Ball State University, downtown Muncie, Minnetrista, and Heekin Park, through a series of inter-connected experiences which reinforce the city’s heritage while providing a key recreation amenity for the community. Beginning in 2014 with the designation of Muncie’s four cultural zones, continuous and collaborative efforts to bring MACT to life should see construction begin in 2020.
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PlySpace is an immersive artist-in-residence program located in the Emily Kimbrough Historic District in downtown Muncie, Indiana. PlySpace provides dedicated space and time for residents to investigate and pursue their own practices. Additionally, it serves as a platform for experimentation and provocation by catalyzing conversation and collaboration with various Muncie communities. Watch for more info about PlySpace in early 2018 and visit www.plyspace.org.
PlySpace is a program of the 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 in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Summer 2018 – Public Art for Muncie’s Traffic Control Boxes
Box! Box! is a program of the Muncie Arts and Culture Council in partnership with the City of Muncie that places public art on traffic signal control boxes to develop attractive, vibrant places that reflect the culture of the area and engage the community with the public environment.
That One Film Festival is dedicated to screening and exhibiting works of moving image that are experimental, weird, obsessive, no/low budget, avant-garde and fun. We are 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. We enthusiastically encourage and invite experimental filmmakers, emerging artists, students and other creators to exhibit their work and engage the Delaware County community. That One Film Festival aims to contribute to the advancement of the art form and to broaden the understanding and appreciation of moving image in our region.
That One Film Festival will take place in Muncie, Indiana opening with a party on Friday April 6th, followed by a full day of programs and related events on Saturday April 7th. The festival will be juried by 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. The festival is produced in partnership with the Muncie Arts and Culture Council and Ball State University School of Art.