Don Freund is WFIU's featured contemporary composer for June.
...when you come back to a show it gets deeper and more mature and more mellow.
To "help foster peace and joy in the community and the world at large" is "just a really great thing."
His work with the Beaux Arts Trio for more than fifty years made them the "gold standard for trios throughout the world" in the opinion of The Washington Post.
A selection of music to accompany the lazy days of summer.
On this week's episode of A Place for Film, Andy and Jason sit down with Chelsey McKrill again and talk about comedies coming out this summer.
The thirty-nine selections are traditional pieces, pieces that Johnny Cash wrote, and pieces by other composers. But they all have his stamp.
The tale of the world's longest-running bluegrass music festival.
Quirky artifacts—from Sylvia Plath's childhood sketches to Amiri Baraka’s decorated agenda book—offer alternate routes inside the minds of literary giants.
A six-year-old nonprofit dedicated to connecting and empowering women sponsors a lively annual festival.
The broad array of contemporary media represented in this year's juried show extends to saucy neon signs, video of mating moths, and a rhinestone football.
Assembling a summer season is tricky. One decision depends on another and it in turn leads to a third.
There's a kind of character behind each character!
Actor Wendy Farber plays Asher Lev's mother, a Manhattan gallery owner and a mostly covered nude model.
On this week's episode we invite Craig Simpson from the Lilly to discuss the current state of film criticism.
1942 marked the beginning of the architectural movement in Columbus, Indiana with the building of the First Christian Church.
The new photo exhibition at Bloomington’s pictura gallery shows us just how hard it is to be a man.
Thursdays at Third Street is a series that honors both the creativity of the Bloomington community and the loyalty of Bloomington audiences.
“Great fun,” is actor Chris Vettel’s summary of his role as Professor Henry Higgins in "My Fair Lady."