WFIU's featured contemporary composer for January is Iannis Xenakis.
WFIU presents Edmund Cord, featured performer for the month of January.
Aaron Copland's "Old American Songs" gets a new recording.
Flat footing, clogging, step dancing and a performance by new Feet Queens Rapper Sword Team.
The most impactful voice in Reed Cowan's film comes in the form of insider documents from the Mormon Church outlining its decade-long anti-gay campaign.
In its 8th year, Bloomington's Pride Film Festival will bring 23 LGBTQ-themed movies to the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. But who decides which movies make the cut?
“We don’t want a beauty queen,” one official insists. “That’s not what we’re about. We stay involved because we see young women’s lives changed and enhanced."
"Lewitzky's dance style is demanding, but I love it. 'Satie Suite' is the most challenging dance I’ve had to learn—ever—in my entire life."
What happens when a Harvard-trained composer and a New York violinist/lyricist/poet create the world's first sitcom opera?
It will be a homecoming of sorts when Fernanda Cardoso visits Bloomington for a screening of her film 'Bloomington' at the Pride Film Festival.
Just when you thought contemporary art was all about digital media and installation, three shows concede the persistence of the objet d'art.
Cleveland Orchestra concertmaster William Preucil calls Richard Strauss "a great story teller."
Even minor factual errors become problematic in a film that purports to reveal 'the truth' behind Proposition 8.
Recent studies at McGill University give evidence that we are biologically programmed to listen to music.
A quick look at what's going on in national arts news.
"Kissing Frogs" is the title, but there's not an amphibian in sight!
Madsen Minax combines his love of music with his love of film making in the new transfabulous rockumentary 'Riot Acts.'
This is the first year The Art of Chocolate has included a juried art show and online auction. Thirty-four local artists have contributed their works.
From Dorothea Lange’s "Migrant Mother" to the hooded captive at Abu Ghraib, Cookman traces the photojournalist's desire to effect a change for good.
A quick look at what's going on in local arts news.