As the new executive director of Muncie Arts & Culture Council, Braydee Euliss, ’11, said she strives to enhance the role of the arts “as a community builder, as an economic driver, as a kind of glue that helps hold smaller communities like ours together.”
Libraries’ digital archives collection reaches milestone by posting one millionth piece and creates a connection to the area’s rich history.
The Tony Award-winning actress and longtime university friend made a Broadway splash in the musical and is co-directing the production opening March 31.
Telecommunications lecturer Chris Flook mines scholarly research at Ball State and elsewhere to produce “Native Americans of East-Central Indiana.”
The Feb. 26 performance at the 1,600-seat concert hall will feature the school’s orchestra and wind ensemble and more than 200 choir singers.
Lectures by alumnus and Walk the Moon bass player Kevin Ray and a tour of a top music instrument dealer anchored a new class, Surviving the Music Industry.
Kim and Rob Miller, who own the oldest continuously operating U.S. letterpress, are printing posters for carnivals, festivals and fairs across the country.