The Pencil Events:

OUR NEW POSTING SCHEDULE

Good morning.

We’ll be doing things a bit differently around here from now on. Staring today, we’ll have two posts a day.

The first, at 7:30am, Eastern, will be GO, our daily event listings. Prior to this, often by the time we get our combined post up, a few events in our daily listing already had come and gone. Doesn’t really make sense to post listings for the past, does it?

“It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” — Attributed to Yogi Berra

We’re all about the future here at The Pencil. So now, check GO every morning for the best local events listings in South Central Indiana.

Then we’ll put up the day’s Hot Air whenever we get around to it — usually by 10am, Eastern, although occasionally, when we’re especially inspired or especially lazy, we might get our Hot Air post up as late as 1pm, Eastern.

The Electron Pencil — always striving to serve you better (as long as it isn’t too much trouble for us.)

Electron Pencil event listings: Music, art, movies, lectures, parties, receptions, benefits, plays, meetings, fairs, conspiracies, rituals, etc.

Monday, May  14, 2012

IU Mathers Museum of World CulturesExhibits, “Blended Harmonies: Music and Religion in Nepal”; through July 1st — “Esse Quam Videri (To Be, Rather than To Be Seen): Muslim Self Portraits; through June 17th — “From the Big Bang to the World Wide Web: The Origins of Everything”; through July 1st

IU Kinsey Institute GalleryExhibit, “Man as Object: Reversing the Gaze”; through June 29th

◗ Ivy Tech Waldron Arts Center Exhibits at various galleries: Angela Hendrix-Petry, Benjamin Pines, Nate Johnson, and Yang Chen; all through May 29th

Trinity Episcopal ChurchArt exhibit, “Creation,” collaborative mosaic tile project; through May 31st

Creating “Creation”

Monroe County Public LibraryArt exhibit, “Muse Whisperings,” water color paintings by residents of Sterling House; through May 31st

Monroe County History CenterPhoto exhibit, “Bloomington: Then and Now” by Bloomington Fading; through October 27th

Wapehani Mountain Bike ParkWapehani Trail Building Night, volunteer and learn to build a trail using sustainable methods; 4-6pm

First Christian ChurchBloomington Watercolor Society, Betty Wagoner demonstrates techniques for drawing believable human figures; 6pm

The BishopDJ Brian Winterman; 8pm

The BluebirdDave Walters Karaoke; 8pm

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