Featured Events

Upcoming Events
1 p.m.
Calendar: School of Art
Joseph Lappie"Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books" is a traveling exhibition of handmade artists' books.
4 p.m.
The Muncie Symphony Orchestra presents a nationally acclaimed musical theater show "Tchaikovsky Discovers America", a family concert designed with kids in mind but enjoyable by adults (included with MSO season ticket).
5:30 p.m.
Back to the Moon for GoodNarrated by Tim Allen, this show chronicles teams from around the world competing to land a robotic spacecraft on the moon for the first time in more than 40 years.
7 p.m.
Wonders of the Winter SkyThe sky on cold winter nights has some of the brightness stars and the best known constellations. Some of these stars are truly supergiants, hundreds of times bigger than our Sun, while others are dwarfs the size of Earth. Along the winter Milky Way there are colorful clouds where new stars are being born. Come and enjoy a guided tour of this celestial wonderland.
7:30 p.m.
Calendar: School of Music
Free and open to the public.
10 a.m.
Calendar: School of Art
Joseph Lappie"Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books" is a traveling exhibition of handmade artists' books.
5:30 p.m.
Calendar: School of Music
Free and open to the public.
10 a.m.
Calendar: School of Art
Joseph Lappie"Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books" is a traveling exhibition of handmade artists' books.
12 p.m.
Calendar: Rinker Center
Come experience an insider’s look at another culture as international student Kheiria Benkato presents her experiences as a native of the country of Libya. An internationally-themed dish from Tally Food Court will be served.
7:30 p.m.
Calendar: School of Music
Art of JazzThe Ball State Jazz Ensembles have performed around the world. Come enjoy a night of standard jazz favorites as well as original compositions and arrangements by ensemble members.
7:30 p.m.
Peter and the StarcatcherA wildly theatrical, hilarious and innovative retelling of how a miserable orphan came to be The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up, Peter and the Starcatcher upends the century-old legend of Peter Pan.
10 a.m.
Calendar: School of Art
Joseph Lappie"Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books" is a traveling exhibition of handmade artists' books.
10 a.m.
Calendar: School of Art
Joseph Lappie"Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books" is a traveling exhibition of handmade artists' books.
10 a.m.
Calendar: English
Practical Criticism Midwest (PCM) is an annual graduate student conference hosted by the English Department.
3 p.m.
Ball State President Paul W. Ferguson will host the State of the University address, "The Centennial Commitment: Embracing the Ball State Legacy of Beneficence and Entrepreneurship," Friday, Feb. 6, at 3 p.m. in Emens Auditorium. He will share a refreshed vision, strategic direction, and new initiatives for the university, resulting from campus discussions, leadership retreats and other vital input. A reception will follow.
7 p.m.
Wonders of the Winter SkyThe sky on cold winter nights has some of the brightness stars and the best known constellations. Some of these stars are truly supergiants, hundreds of times bigger than our Sun, while others are dwarfs the size of Earth. Along the winter Milky Way there are colorful clouds where new stars are being born. Come and enjoy a guided tour of this celestial wonderland.
7:30 p.m.
A Raisin in the SunHailed as a pivotal story in the history of African American theatre, A Raisin in the Sun chronicles three generations of an African-American family on the south side of Chicago during the 1950's.
1 p.m.
Calendar: School of Art
Joseph Lappie"Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books" is a traveling exhibition of handmade artists' books.
5:30 p.m.
Back to the Moon for GoodNarrated by Tim Allen, this show chronicles teams from around the world competing to land a robotic spacecraft on the moon for the first time in more than 40 years.
7 p.m.
Wonders of the Winter SkyThe sky on cold winter nights has some of the brightness stars and the best known constellations. Some of these stars are truly supergiants, hundreds of times bigger than our Sun, while others are dwarfs the size of Earth. Along the winter Milky Way there are colorful clouds where new stars are being born. Come and enjoy a guided tour of this celestial wonderland.
7:30 p.m.
A Raisin in the SunHailed as a pivotal story in the history of African American theatre, A Raisin in the Sun chronicles three generations of an African-American family on the south side of Chicago during the 1950's.
2:30 p.m.
A Raisin in the SunHailed as a pivotal story in the history of African American theatre, A Raisin in the Sun chronicles three generations of an African-American family on the south side of Chicago during the 1950's.
7:30 p.m.
Calendar: School of Music
Free and open to the public.
7:30 p.m.
Calendar: School of Music
Now in its eleventh season, the Arts Alive Concert Series presents world-renowned and award-winning musical ensembles and artists.
7:30 p.m.
A Raisin in the SunHailed as a pivotal story in the history of African American theatre, A Raisin in the Sun chronicles three generations of an African-American family on the south side of Chicago during the 1950's.
10:30 a.m.
Calendar: English
Dr. Roxanne Mountford, Associate Professor and Director of Writing, Rhetoric and Digital Media at the University of Kentucky, will lecture on the history of the disciplinary drift between Communication and English and how efforts to overcome this divide have impacted the field of rhetoric.
7:30 p.m.
A Raisin in the SunHailed as a pivotal story in the history of African American theatre, A Raisin in the Sun chronicles three generations of an African-American family on the south side of Chicago during the 1950's.