37 past events with the educational performance tag

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Sep 12, 2020

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  • 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.

           

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Jun 30, 2018

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  • Facing LGBTQ+ Pride: A Facing Project Book Launch & Performance 6pm to 8:30pm @ Cornerstone Center for the Arts E.B. Ball Auditorium 520 E Main, Muncie, IN 47305

    From the page to the stage, 23 stories that celebrate the lives of LGBTQ Muncie residents, and their allies, will be brought to life by actors on June 30th at Cornerstone Center for the Arts.

    The show begins at 6:30 p.m. with doors opening at 6:00. This will be the second Facing Project Event of 2018, following Facing Teaching, and accompanies the publication of Facing LGBTQ+ Pride in Delaware County. All attendees will receive a free copy of the book.

    Aside from the performances and book launch, the event will include concessions and vendors such as Queer Chocolatier, Muncie OUTreach, and the East Central Indiana Trans Alliance.

    Tickets are FREE and can be reserved online at give.classy.org/facingpride.

    Facing LGBTQ+ Pride is sponsored by the Community Foundation of Muncie & Delaware County, Cornerstone Center for the Arts, the Muncie Human Rights Commission, the City of Muncie, Muncie OUTreach, R.A.C.E. Muncie, The Facing Project, Muncie Civic Theatre, J.R. Jamison & Cory Pippin, and Dr. Amanda Latz.

     

    About the Event:

    WHAT: Facing LGBTQ+ Pride Theatrical Event and Book Launch

    WHEN: Saturday, June 30th, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. (doors open at 6)

    WHERE: Cornerstone Center for the Arts, E.B. Ball Auditorium, 520 East Main Street  

     

    About The Facing Project:

    The Facing Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that connects people through stories to strengthen communities. Founded in Muncie, Indiana, by J.R. Jamison and Kelsey Timmerman, the organization has connected writers, storytellers, artists, educators, and community leaders in over 75 communities across the country. Hailed by The Huffington Post, Harlem World Magazine, and Soul Train as one of three oral history projects to watch, The Facing Project provides a model, tools, coaching, and a platform for communities to arm themselves with stories to begin crucial conversations—neighbor to neighbor, community to community—by discussing solutions and exploring healing through their own narratives.

    To learn more about The Facing Project, visit them online at www.facingproject.com.

Apr 29, 2017

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Jan 19, 2017

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  • Mentoring in Muncie: A Facing Project 6:30pm to 12:42pm @ Muncie Civic Theatre Main Stage 216 East Main Street

    Think about the mentors in your life. Where would you be without them?

    Join us at the Muncie Civic Theatre to watch these stories unfold and see the impacts of mentoring in our community. Join the storytellers, writers, and non-profit partners for refreshments following the event.

    This event is FREE and open to the public. All attendees will receive a copy of the book, "Mentoring in Muncie: A Facing Project." 

    Brought to you by:

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware County - 

    www.bbbsmuncie.org

    BBBS of Delaware County believes that every child has the ability to succeed and thrive in life, and we work to provide children with the support and opportunities to reach their full potential through professionally developed and supported one-to-one mentoring relationships. 

    The Facing Project - 

    www.facingproject.com/ 

    The Facing Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that connects people through stories to strengthen communities. Founded in Muncie, Indiana, by J.R. Jamison and Kelsey Timmerman, the organization has connected writers, storytellers, artists, educators, and community leaders in over 100 communities across the country. Hailed by The Huffington Post, Harlem World Magazine, and Soul Train as one of three oral history projects to watch, The Facing Project provides a model, tools, coaching, and a platform for communities to arm themselves with stories to begin crucial conversations on social justice issues—neighbor to neighbor, community to community—by discussing solutions and exploring healing through their own narratives. 

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