Soprano Susanna Phillips debut is CD of French chansons with pianist Myra Huang.
On this week's episode we invite Peter Lapilato to talk about the history of the Ryder film series and how they have partnered at the Cinema.
"We do not know what the century holds, because it’s never been younger and more urban. What we need to encourage in young people is innovation."
The new quilt exhibit at the Monroe County History Center, “The Quilters Story,” focuses on the relationship of the quilters to their craft.
IU Opera Theater present's Leonard Bernstein's "Candide."
One object + Henry Murray's three couples = how many opinions?
It's been called "Hammer and Nail" for six years and no one remembers why.
Norwegian trumpet player Tine Thing Helseth’s debut CD on EMI Classics.
On this week's episode, we're reviewing Campus MovieFest, a student film festival.
Perle Fine was on the vanguard of American art in the 40s and 50s. Her work belongs to the nation's flagship art collections. So why don't you know her name?
In our photo, the Emcee is surrounded by naive Bradshaws and wise Bowles.
The Quarryland Men's Chorus and the Indianapolis Men's Chorus join forces in a concert of American music.
The Sample Gates were constructed in the 1980s after decades of controversy, but its history is still being written.
One pair of lives sees another in the play's mirror.
On this week's episode, we're inviting student filmmakers Sam Sher and Chelsey McKrill to talk about Student Seven, premiering at the IU Cinema May 3rd at 9:30.
"One finds in the Spirituals the polarities of hope and despair, joy and sorrow, death and life."—Dr. Jim Mumford
WonderLab's Science of Art series continues with a garden designer who proposes that a playful, creative approach might be the only way to save the world.
Belt made of duct tape. Necklaces sewn together with pop-tops. Wet suits turned into dresses. It must be Trashion Refashion.
An evening of songs that Sinatra put his stamp on with Rick Vale and the THSO.