Really, about as much fun as you can stand in just sixty minutes!
Violinist and musical entrepreneur Lara St. John’s latest CD, in which she partners with harpist Marie-Pierre Langlamet for the music of J.S. Bach.
On this week's episode we're interviewing Indiana University President Michael McRobbie about the President's choice series.
"What does it mean to live? It means to be alive. It means to dance because you can. It means to celebrate."
Co-founders Jeremy Podgursky and Ben Bolter are taking contemporary music out of the concert hall and into a local high school and a rock club.
Every month Eric Ayotte chooses a theme, sends it out on Facebook, and encourages people to make a movie—any kind of movie.
Artworks' Adam Schwartz attends a One-Hour Exhibition of rarely-seen chiaroscuro woodcuts at the IU Art Museum.
Dowland perhaps not semper dolans, but semper O'Dolan?
On this week's episode, we're inviting Jim Naremore to talk about some of his favorite lesser known movies from 2011.
How responsible is an artist? Is murder ever acceptable, and if so when?
On this week's episode we invite Angelo Pizzo, producer of Hoosiers and Rudy, and student film producer Jon Stante to talk about the role of the producer.
You can see the new gold plated instruments, but you have to imagine those Adidas sneakers.
It’s really astounding when you add the colors and the power of the orchestra to the organ's sounds.
"As an artist you don’t realize why you’re making what you’re making initially," painting MFA Erin Castellan explained. "But grad school helps solidify why.”
"You've got to merge with the choreography that's been handed down since 1890, but now, it's more athletic." Michael Vernon
In this interview, I'm sitting down with Nathan Lang, director of the film God In The Box to talk about the film and the Box coming to IU.
"It's that twenty- something transition that some people really resist making!" Randy White
Rub-a-dub-dub, three dames in a tub! In a lot of vino with a little veritas.
The musical is set in the 50s at Rydell High School as ten working-class teenagers navigate the complexities of cars, drive-ins and love.
On this week's episode we invite student filmmaker Chelsey McKrill and Dr. Debby Herbenick (@mysexprofessor) to talk about women on film.