By: Sarah Shaffer—
Muncie, IN—Join Cornerstone Center for Arts for a photography presentation and gallery exhibition on Tanzania, African Wildlife, presented by photographer, Marvin Groves. Groves’ wildlife photography will be featured for the month of November in the Cornerstone Art Gallery. On Wednesday, November 1 at 7 p.m. Groves will project his photography onto the big screen in the E.B. Ball Auditorium at Cornerstone Center for the Arts. He will share the tales of his travels to Africa and firsthand experience in capturing these majestic creatures on film.
While Groves continues to stay very much engaged in all photographic styles, he has developed a love of nature and wildlife photography. He has produced many award-winning images throughout his travels. His photography includes but is not limited to: wolves in Minnesota, wild horses in Wyoming, and many varieties of smaller animals. He has traveled to Alaska to capture images of Black, Grizzly, Brown and Kodiak bears. In 2016 he journeyed to the Arctic on a Russian Icebreaker to photograph Polar Bears, walrus and seals. As exciting as all these opportunities have been, none compare to his 2017 trip to Tanzania, Africa where he photographed all the big cats plus elephants, gazelles, giraffes, several species of birds and so much more.
Be sure to join Cornerstone Center for the Arts for the opening reception of the photography of Marvin Groves, featuring his series, Tanzania, African Wildlife, on Wednesday, November 1, at 5:30 pm in the Cornerstone Art Gallery on the second floor. The photography presentation will begin at 7 pm in the E.B. Ball Auditorium directly following the opening reception. Groves’ photography show will be on display in the Cornerstone Art Gallery throughout the entire month of November.
For more information about the show, call Cornerstone’s Department of Education & Communication at 765-281- 9503, ext. 23 or visit cornerstonearts.org.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts is a non-profit organization with a mission to nurture community connections by providing opportunities for creative expression, educational programs, and events in a historic setting.