An illuminating night of music! The tragedy, grief, despair, and injustice of American Slavery through the prism of hope, joy, perseverance, and triumph—using the powerful words of Frederick Douglass, presented through original compositions by Ruth Naomi Floyd.Pruis Hall
The Campus band is under the direction of Thomas Caneva, director of bands and Jeremy Harmon, director of athletic bands.Sursa Performance Hall
A conversation and reception with jazz artist Ruth Naomi Floyd. Illustrated through the art form of improvisational music, the Frederick Douglass Jazz Works illuminates the themes of tragedy, grief, despair, and injustice of American slavery but through the multi-faceted prism of hope, joy, perseverance, and triumph— all in Frederick Douglass’ own words.E.B. and Birtha C. Ball Center 400 W Minnetrista Blvd, Muncie, Indiana
This workshop is open to students in grades 6 - 8 ONLY. Join Associate Professor Dr. Michael Prater of the Ball State Art Education program and use the Beyond the Medici exhibition as inspiration to learn drawing techniques and create allegorical portraits. This event is free but space is limited and registration by February 21 is required.David Owsley Museum of Art
Support the Girl Scouts of America while participating in a guided wine pairing by our talented winemaker Jenny! Enjoy 6 different types of cookies paired with 6 of our delicious wines while we guide you through them all!7200 West County Road 625 North Middletown, IN 47356
Under the direction of Andrew Crow, director of choral activities, and featuring the work of graduate student conductors the Ball State Choirs present a series of concerts each year featuring a wide range of music from around the world and across the centuries.
The Chamber Choir is the university’s most prestigious concert choir.
The Spring Cave Theatre Series will include 3 one-acts running in rep with 2 titles included in each performance. The plays are; The Pink Bedroom/Every Twenty Minutes, Abortive and Cowboy Mouth.Fine Arts Building Recital Hall (AR 217)
For the last 4 years the Juneteenth Muncie volunteer committee has planned and hosted a free, inclusive, community event that includes food, games, entertainment, activities, giveaways and so much more, all at no cost to the attendees. This could not happen without the generous support of our community.
Join us as we embrace our rich history and kick-off the fundraising campaign for the 5th Annual Juneteenth Muncie Celebration on Saturday, February 24th at Murpah Shrine Club.
Our Fundraising Jubilee is a 21 & over event. It will include a wonderful sit-down meal, entertainment and we will recognize local leaders who are igniting the flame for the leaders of tomorrow. (100% of the sponsorships goes back into the community.)
***We ask that attendees adhere to our business or African attire dress code.3671 North Shrine Drive Muncie, IN 47303
Join fellow alumni and friends at Gainbridge Fieldhouse to watch the Pacers take on the New Orleans Pelicans.
Every ticket purchased through this offer will come with an Indiana Pacers & Ball State University Co-Branded New Era Hat! Tickets are limited and subject to availability.
Buyers who purchase Krieg DeVault seats have the opportunity to participate in a pregame viewing experience!
Must be present at the game to pick up your hat. Hats can be picked up outside section 13 once doors open, up until the end of halftime.
For groups of 10+ contact Julia Hopkins.
125 S. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, IN 46204
Students from the School of Music, the Honors College, and the Delaware County community will perform works from the Baroque period to celebrate DOMA's special exhibition Beyound the Medici: The Haukohl Family Collection.David Owsley Museum of Art
An ambitious group of editorial assistants at a notorious Manhattan magazine each hold hopes for a starry life of letters and a book deal before they turn thirty. When an ordinary humdrum workday becomes anything but, the stakes for who will get to tell their own story become higher than ever.Strother Theatre
The Ball State Symphony Orchestra is a flagship ensemble of the School of Music that performs orchestral music from a wide variety of backgrounds and time periods. Program to include music by Gabriela Lena Frank.Sursa Performance Hall
Light hors d’oeurvres will be served as you enjoy some virtual golf!115 S Walnut St, Muncie, IN 47305
The ninth annual Neighborhood I.D.E.A. Conference is scheduled for March 2, 2024 on Ball State’s campus. Over 100 of Muncie’s most active local leaders will gather to listen, learn and meet like-minded individuals to share ideas and best practices.
The theme of the conference is Intentional Development and Education (IDEA) for Association members. IDEA brings together leaders representing Muncie’s neighborhoods to develop and strengthen community-building skills. IDEA presenters will provide leadership training, share best practice strategies for grant-writing and project funding, and discuss ways to engage residents, as well as how to recruit and retain volunteers.
Joe Gatto is a comedian best known from the hit TV shows “Impractical Jokers” and “The Misery Index.” He has toured with the Jokers live comedy show to sold-out crowds across the world. Currently, Joe tours with his stand-up solo show “Joe Gatto’s Night of Comedy” in sold out theaters across the United States.Emens Auditorium
Looking for an after-school activity/summer activity that’s both fun and educational? Our club is the perfect blend of social and scholarly fun that promotes community, fair play and confidence for kids aged 10-15. Join us every Tuesday from 3-6pm for a variety of interactive games that will engage and challenge your child’s mind.Hometown Comics & Games, 1040 N State St, Greenfield, IN
Bringing songs and stories from the “Man in Black” to the stage in a way that audiences haven’t seen or heard before. With video of Johnny from episodes of The Johnny Cash TV Show projected on a screen above the stage, a live band and singers will accompany him in perfect sync. This concert experience will showcase iconic performances from the TV show and highlight the spirit of the legend by revisiting some of his memorable words and anecdotes. The music never stops in this concert event!Emens Auditorium
Get ready for a fun night with the Northeastern Indiana Alumni Club! Join fellow alumni, friends and fans to watch our men's volleyball team take on the Purdue Fort Wayne Mastodons in Fort Wayne. It's going to be a blast – full of cheering, good vibes, and catching up with fellow alumni who love a good game.Hilliard Gates Sports Center, Fort Wayne, IN 46835
Help us make history again! Join us for our sixth One Ball State Day and support students, faculty and programs like never before.
Every dollar counts on our quest to provide new levels of aid to those on campus and beyond.Ball State University
Embark on an extraordinary journey into the realms of extreme environments both on Earth and in the far reaches of space at Life on the Edge. Delve into a hidden microbial world right here on Earth and gain insight into the NASA’s recent missions to Mars. Learn about rover trials in the rugged Atacama Desert and uncover the secrets that light from distant corners of the universe can unveil through the marvel of spectroscopy. Join this eye-opening adventure to expand your understanding of life's possibilities, from our own planet to the farthest reaches of our universe!1200 North Minnetrista Parkway Muncie, IN 47303
Find local products each week from 100% certified local farmers and vendors! Produce, meat, eggs, honey, baked goods, jams and jellies, candles, soaps, jewelry, fine art, and so much more!Starr Gennett Building, 101 S 1st St, Richmond, IN 47374
Please note these times and dates and join us for Cuplets, live “open mic” poetry at The Cup!
Every 4th Sunday at 3p through the Winter. So that’s February 25th, March 24th, and April 28th.Then we shall reassess our meeting times for Spring. We hope this makes traveling easier and safer through the Winter. The Cup is at 1606 West University Avenue in Muncie, Indiana - parking is in the back. Please support our host small business venue with your purchase from their menu! ☕️?
Everyone is welcome! Read your words or read the words of others! We are all looking forward to listening to everyone’s words! Cuplets is for fellowship, not critique. We all clap at all the poems and we want to make friends! ❄️?️❄️ Join us!
Muncie Stitch n' Bitch meets every Sunday! ? We meet weekly at The Cup from 3-5p. Everyone is welcome, with any kind of making! The Cup is at 1606 West University Avenue in The Village, free parking is behind the café, enter the parking lot off of Dill Street by Be Here Now. Support our host venue with purchases from The Cup’s menu! Creativity and caffeine, that's our thing!The Cup @ 1606 West University Avenue
Larger-than-life legends and folklore of the Hoosier state are explored in this exhibit, shown in conjunction with the Indiana Historical Society. Through historic photos and original art by the Braintwins, Indiana Lore traces the roots of Indiana’s tall tales, from the green-eyed ghost of a bulldog guarding a grave at Terre Haute’s Highland Lawn Cemetery to the Grey Lady who lurks in the children’s book section of Evansville’s Willard Library. These mysterious and mesmerizing campfire stories spark our imaginations and illuminate another side of Hoosier history. Featured are stories from the St. Joseph River Valley, like that of Hazel McNalley, accused of murdering her children, who she claimed had been only dolls. As you peruse the exhibit, see if you can tell truth from myth, and learn how legends and lore can help us understand the world around us.
Step into the worlds of your favorite storybooks at this immersive exhibition that will spark the imagination and boost literacy skills. Make a snow angel next to Peter from The Snowy Day or shake the palm trees while you explore the oversized alphabet playground from Chicka Chicka Boom Boom. From Peter Rabbit to everyone’s favorite pup, Spot, there are loads of friends to meet in Storyland!1200 North Minnetrista Parkway Muncie, IN 47303