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Nov 12, 2020

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Sep 3, 2020

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  • September's First Thursday (full listing) 5pm to 8pm @ Various locations
    Kyle Rees at Gordy Fine Art and Framing Co. Kyle Rees at Gordy Fine Art and Framing Co. Kyle Rees at Gordy Fine Art and Framing Co. Open Studios at Let There Be Art! Alyssa Carey at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Alyssa Carey at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Alyssa Carey at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Alyssa Carey at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Wendy Carpenter at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Wendy Carpenter at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Wendy Carpenter at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor GindhART Birthday Celebration! at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor GindhART Birthday Celebration! at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor GindhART Birthday Celebration! at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor GindhART Birthday Celebration! at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Charles Knox at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Charles Knox at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Charles Knox at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Charles Knox at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Seth Miniear at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Seth Miniear at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Seth Miniear at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Jill Palumbo at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Jill Palumbo at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Jill Palumbo at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor Jill Palumbo at Madjax Art Show 3! 2nd floor

    Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co.
    224 E. Main
    Gordy Fine Art & Framing will be featuring new Kyle Rees pottery in the store and on our online shop on our website. Kyle will be doing a virtual artist talk on Gordy’s Facebook page. We will be open 5-8 First Thursday September 3rd.

    Let There Be Art
    812 W. White River Blvd.
    Let There Be Art invites you to visit and experience Open Studio! Enjoy light (prepackaged) refreshments while viewing our studio gallery, now featuring our autumn selections! First Thursday Special: 10% off Open Studio projects! Open Studio is every Tuesday and Thursday, 12-8pm. Come have fun, we'll clean up!

    Madjax Muncie
    515 E. Main St.
    The Madjax Art Show 3! Madjax will feature a number of artists on the 2nd floor for September’s First Thursday:

    Alyssa Carey
    Alyssa Carey is a glass major at Ball State and will show work focusing on glass, design, and jewelry making. She uses mixed media in her art such as glass, metals, textiles, and recycled objects.

    Wendy Carpenter
    Wendy Carpenter of Chromatic Endeavors will be featuring acrylic paintings. Check out her work at:

    https://www.facebook.com/chromaticendeavors

    Gindhart
    GindhART at Madjax 68 ART PARTY!: “See The Good” is the theme as Debra turns 68 in September. She has a long standing ART-BIRTHDAY celebratory ritual with Downtown Muncie's First Thursday event. First Thursday at Madjax Muncie is an opportunity to meet the artist. See her text on collection of art featuring aerosols, acrylics, and assemblage art.

    Charles Knox
    I work mainly in pencils and ink, and show my art in various judies shows throughout the state. I have been concentrating on extinct bird species done in pencil, at or about life-sized.

    Seth Miniear
    Tiny Shiners is my personal creation. I've worked for four years to build the brand. I have years of creative experience that I have molded into this small company. Everything created by me is original and made with the intention of being passed down from family member to family member. 

    Jill Palumbo
    Jill Palumbo is a multimedia artist from Muncie, Indiana. Jill works with paint, clay and glass along with recycled items to make jewelry, furniture, and artwork. Her creations reflect her belief in kindness toward people and the enjoyment of nature. 

    For further information visit Jill Palumbo’s Art online at https://jillpalumboart.com/ 

    PlySpace
    608 E. Main
    Join the Muncie Arts and Culture Council (munciearts.org) and the PlySpace Residency Program (plyspace.org) for a Projection Scavenger Hunt in Downtown Muncie on First Thursday, September 3rd. In preparation for That One Film Festival, on September 11th and 12th, PlySpace hosted filmmaker Karissa Hahn, the first virtual resident and That One Film Festival juror, for a workshop on film printing on a home-office printer. The work created during this two part workshop will be projected at multiple exterior locations in Downtown Muncie between 8:00 PM and 10:00 PM on First Thursday, September 3rd. Viewers can follow the online scavenger hunt map (at www.plyspace.org/projectionhunt) to try to find all of the films! The scavenger hunt is self guided walking tour. You can start the hunt at PlySpace (608 E. Main Street). Learn more about the project at www.plyspace.org or That One Film Festival at thatonefilmfestival.com. Workshop participants include Joshua Vanhorn, Masha Vlasova, Rachel Leah Cohn, Jack Christeon, Graham Marshall, Grif Williams, Rani Crowe, James Kerestes, Erin Williams, Kristin Reeves, and Noah Davis-Cheshire.

  • Projection Scavenger Hunt at First Thursday 8pm to 10pm @ PlySpace Begin here, then throughout Downtown Muncie! 608 East Main Street
    Going to First Thursday in Downtown Muncie? Then join the Projection Scavenger Hunt created by PlySpace and the Muncie Arts and Culture Council! In preparation for That One Film Festival coming up on September 11th and 12th, PlySpace recently hosted filmmaker Karissa Hahn, the first virtual resident and That One Film Festival juror, for a workshop on film printing on a home-office printer. The work created during this two-part workshop will be projected at multiple exterior locations in Downtown Muncie between 8:00 PM and 10:00 PM on First Thursday, September 3rd. Viewers can follow the online scavenger hunt map (at www.plyspace.org/projectionhunt) to try to find all of the films! The scavenger hunt is self-guided walking tour. You can start the hunt at PlySpace (608 E. Main Street). Learn more about the project at www.plyspace.org or That One Film Festival at thatonefilmfestival.com. Workshop participants include Joshua Vanhorn, Masha Vlasova, Rachel Leah Cohn, Jack Christeon, Graham Marshall, Grif Williams, Rani Crowe, James Kerestes, Erin Williams, Kristin Reeves, and Noah Davis-Cheshire.

Aug 6, 2020

Thursday

  • August's First Thursday (full listing) 5pm to 8pm @ Downtown Muncie
    Gindhart at Madjax, 2nd floor Gindhart at Madjax, 2nd floor Gindhart at Madjax, 2nd floor The Madjax Art Show 2, 2nd floor galleries at Madjax Donna Glaser-Lindsey at the Madjax Art Show 2 Mark Rosander at the Madjax Art Show 2 Allison Lucy Snoddy at the Madjax Art Show 2 Neal Soley at the Madjax Art Show 2 Debra Gindhart at the Madjax Art Show 2 The Madjax Art Show 2, 2nd floor galleries at Madjax

    Death Factory
    www.deathfactory.rip
    See https://muncieevents.com/event/6681 for more information about this virtual event.

    Gindhart (at Madjax)
    514 E. Jackson St. (2nd floor)
    Local artist Debra Gindhart has recently completed a gallery reset in her second floor gallery at Madjax Muncie. Her focus of art placement is to reveal the recycling and renewing techniques vital to her creative visual message. Art and recycling goes hand-in-hand. Eco-artists are, nowadays, transforming old, recycled and resued objects into amazing pieces of contemporary art. Eco-artists are expressing their emotions and ideas through a wide range of materials found and otherwise. Debra’s personal artist anthem is “I am trying to save the landfills one piece of costume jewelry and one piece of thrift store art at a time.”

    Eco-art which is oftentimes 3 dimensional work using common raw and natural materials to create an object with different messages directed to the viewers and the public audiences, where people can discover cultural movements like social commentary through contemporary art. 

    Debra believes in order to make attractive pieces of contemporary art and literally turn around the world, eco-artists are turning recyclables into creative pieces of art and thereby contributing to the Green Movement taking place in different spheres of life. Artists are finding innovative ways to show their concern for the environment and thus encouraging the masses to reuse, reduce and recycle for a better future.

    Meet the artist during August’s First Thursday from 5-8pm, 2nd floor galleries at Madjax.

    Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co.
    224 E. Main

    Gordy Fine Art & Framing will be open from 5-8 for August’s First Thursday. We will be showcasing the remaining Jim Faulkner paintings available for sale. We look forward to visiting with people but will not be offering food or wine.

    Madjax Muncie
    515 E. Main St.
    Madjax Art Show 2!
    Come see the participatory artists and makers exhibits in the Madjax Art Show 2. The artist lineup for August’s First Thursday is: Neal Soley, Donna Glaser-Lindsey, Mark Rosander, Tom Stader, Allison Lucy Snoddy, and Debra Gindhart.

    Visit them at the 2nd floor galleries at Madjax from 5-8pm. Social distancing measures will be in place and hand sanitizer will be available and masks/facial coverings are recommended.

    Further information on the Madjax artists:

    -Debra Gindhart: see above for her full listing

    -Neal Soley: Based in Indianapolis, The Tulip Factory is a company created by Neal Soley. This company campaigns Soley’s exploration of self expression throughout the use of different mediums. This collection of works are representative of periods throughout Soley’s expedition. Also featured, are select pieces from Soley’s Histess Cupcake series. Please join the artist Thursday, August 6 on the second floor of The Madjax Building. Practice social distancing and kindly wear a mask when needed, and view paintings on canvas, works on paper, and more.

    Donna Lindsey:
    Donna Lindsey of Faith Works Art is a mixed media artist who took a leap of faith 3 years ago to pick up a paint brush. She is inspired by life to create happiness for not only herself but for others.

    Allison Snoddy:
    Liberally Loopy is a local fiber art shop by crocheter Allison Snoddy. Specializing in creating giftables, customs, and one of a kind creatures, Allison draws inspiration the adorable, the grotesque, and how and why things are classified as such. Monsters can be friendly, bugs can be cuddly, and anything can be in the loopy world she creates. She also enjoys creating pop culture inspired pieces which emphasize diversity and invite everyone to play!

May 7, 2020

Thursday

Nov 14, 2019

Thursday

  • Heritage in Practice /// A Panel Discussion 6pm to 8pm @ Art & Journalism Building, Ball State University Room 225 1101 N McKinley Ave, Muncie, Indiana 47306

    PlySpace Resident Co-Fellows Sydney Pursel and Sarah Trad will be joined by guest artist Toby Kaufmann-Buhler for a special PlySpace panel discussion about the intersections of personal family heritage and art practice. Tania Said, the Director of Education for the David Owsley Museum of Art Ball State University, will moderate the discussion held on Thursday, November 14th from 6-8 PM at Ball State University /// Arts & Journalism Building, room 225.

    This conversation will ask each of the three interdisciplinary artists to reflect on their use of personal and cultural heritage in their artistic practice. Each panelist has a unique method for working within the sometimes sticky practice of uniting art, performance, and installation with personal family heritage, genealogy, or culture. The artists will share a short presentation about their work, followed by a discussion of how they incorporate personal, family, and cultural heritage successfully into their practice.

    About the artists:

    Sydney Jane Brooke Campbell Maybrier Pursel is an interdisciplinary artist specializing in interactive, socially engaged, and performance arts. Through art she explores personal identity drawing from her Indigenous and Irish Catholic roots. Some of Pursel's projects are used to educate others about food politics, assimilation, language loss, appropriation, and history in addition to projects amongst her own community focusing on language acquisition, culture and art. Her work has been shown at public parks, universities, galleries, and alternative spaces in across the U.S. and Canada. Pursel received her MFA in Expanded Media at the University of Kansas and her BFA in Painting from the University of Missouri. She was the first recipient of the Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists, received a Rocket Grant through the Charlotte Street Foundation and the Spencer Museum of Art, was selected for the Indigenous Arts Initiative Residency program through the Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission and the University of Kansas, was awarded a BeWildReWild Community Art Grant through the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation. Pursel is an enrolled member of the Ioway Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska.

    Sarah Trad is a video artist and curator who explores the relationship between subjective and objective emotionality, navigating daily life and relationships while faced with mental illness and breaking down stereotypes of gender and narrative. Her work also highlights how mental illness and coming from marginalized backgrounds intersects with internal emotional worlds. The living embodiment of the correlation between chronic depression and binge-watching practices, her work appropriates and manipulates found footage from movies, music videos and television. Trad’s work uses recognizable narrative structures to be viewed in and outside the academy of art, as well as comment on the individual’s relationship to pop culture. Sarah has participated in other residencies, such as the 77Art Residency in Rutland, Vermont and is a recipient of the Carol N. Schmuckler Award for Outstanding Achievement in Film. Sarah’s work has been shown at The Warehouse Gallery (Syracuse, NY), Kitchen Table Gallery (Philadelphia, PA), Gravy Studio and Gallery (Philadelphia, PA) and the Everson Museum of Art (Syracuse, NY). She is currently a part of the Philadelphia artist-run gallery, Little Berlin.

    Toby Kaufmann-Buhler (based in Lafayette, Indiana) explores history, memory, identity and sensory perception in relation to his family and himself, within individual lives and across broad sweeps of history and culture. Kaufmann-Buhler interprets the evidence of the lives he explores as signals that pass through their respective cultures and time periods; these signals are continuously transformed as they reach our current perception of them. This work amounts to a type of surveillance of these signals, and an examination of the connections between them and himself as they manifest in the work. This work takes form in video, film, found/composed sound, text, installation, performance and interactive media. Kaufmann-Buhler was a recipient of the Individual Artist Program grant from the Indiana Arts Commission in 2018-2019, and in 2020 he will be an artist in residence at MASS MoCA. He has a BA in Fine Arts from the University of South Florida and an MA from the Royal College of Art.

    Tania Said is the director of education for the David Owsley Museum of Art at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. She is also involved in various art, business, and community organizations in Muncie, Indiana and national professional endeavors. On lucky Friday, September 13, 2019 she was bestowed the Mayor’s Arts Educator Award.

    Image credit: Toby Kaufmann-Buhler /// Moon Confusion: brightest beams (video still)

    Muncie Arts and Culture Council is a nonprofit organization and the designated Arts partner for the City of Muncie. PlySpace is a program of the MACC in partnership with the City of Muncie, Ball State University School of Art and Sustainable Muncie. PlySpace is supported in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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