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Walk’s First Thursday display walk will be 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Marcg 5, around downtown Muncie.

Foundation Center for the Arts, 520 E. Fundamental St., will have the opening gathering for “A Never-Ending Quest” including the specialty of Shannon Mehaffey, 5-7 p.m. in the Judith Barnes Memorial Gallery on the second floor of Cornerstone.

This assortment of new blended media craftsmanships is a finish of new procedures and subjects the craftsman has found through the investigation of workmanship, enlivened by the fantastical scenes, things and stories found inside the advanced domain of computer game establishments. Mehaffey is a visual craftsman living in Muncie who earned their BFA in photography at Ball State University in 2010. The show will be in plain view and open to the general population all through March.

Madeline Douglass will give their work at The Fickle Peach, 117 E. Charles St. This assortment is a couple of their investigations of human life systems, to a great extent blended media including conte pastel, charcoal, watercolor, shaded pencil and ink. The show is available to those age 21 and more established.

As the Muncie Fieldhouse anticipates facilitating the 2020 Basketball Sectionals in March, Gordy Fine Art and Framing Company, 224 E. Primary St., will proceed with the display “Our House: Muncie Fieldhouse, a community gathering place,” 5-8 p.m. Thursday. Pictures are drawn from Ball State University’s Archives and Special Collections, with extra material contributed by Muncie Public Library.

Chosen pictures incorporate photos and building plans that commend the chronicled significance of the Fieldhouse. Duplicates of pictures will be offered to profit the Muncie Community Schools endeavors to protect the Muncie Fieldhouse and its history. Light refreshments will be presented with remarks at 6:15 p.m., and the general population is welcome to join in. The show will be up and pictures available to be purchased through the finish of March.

Indianapolis craftsman and Ball State graduate Neal Soley will exhibit “Egocentric: A Pop Up Show: on the second floor of Madjax. Soley’s company, The Tulip Factory, offers an array of products based upon his distinct style. All works are available for purchase. Join the artist for light refreshments at this one-night event”, 5-8 p.m. Thursday.

“A Little Bit OM and A Lot Googly Eyes” is neighborhood craftsman Debra Gindhart’s March First Thursday display walk show 5-8 p.m. on the second floor at Madjax. Upcycled gems from their Green Glam Studio assortment incorporates Om Necklaces and Googly Eyed wearable workmanship. Gathering, composition, and discovered items systems making hilarious divider workmanship. Gindhart FiberART hand-sewed interminability scarves will be included too.

“In the Footsteps of Our Ancestors” at Muncie Map Co., 111 E. Adams St., is the first in a progression of shows by Leslie Price to look at the foundations of culture and our connection to the past. The “Celtic Roots” show highlights pictures of Scotland.

Cost is an autonomous notable safeguarding pro in Muncie,with a Master of Science in noteworthy protection from Ball State University with minors in urban arranging and vitality examines, and an Associate of Applied Science in hands-on building conservation from Belmont Technical College.

Additionally at Muncie Map Co., Spiral Bound Fine Art will highlight another pastel drawing for the long stretch of March.

Valhalla, 215 S. Pecan St., will have its week by week Blues Jam open mike with join at 7 p.m. also, music 8-11 p.m.

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