" I don’t necessarily see the images when I’m playing, but I do react to the feelings." Michele Fiala
On this week's episode, we're talking Film Noir with grad student Will Scheibel.
IU alumnus Philip Carli demonstrates the art of silent film accompaniment.
The Jewish Theatre of Bloomington presents a a play by Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies.
Bloomington's Center for Sustainable Living is hoping to raise awareness of sustainability initiatives—and money—at Friday's film festival.
As rules for national roller derby competitions are put in place, the Bleeding Heartland Roller Girls worry some players may not get the chance to play.
"Our theme for the CD was "graces" or ornaments and these pieces are all about ornaments."
Sometimes, you have to go home again for the first time.
On this week's episode we're talking about hidden gems with our new production assistant, Sarah Doyle.
It's a musical from a time when Senators played ball!
Summer Music series offers six weeks of concerts from jazz to Beethoven.
The Commission of Higher Education has given the nod of approval for Ivy Tech Bloomington’s new two-year Associates of Fine Arts degre
Indiana University professor Richard Seraphinoff balances teaching and performing with producing custom-made natural horns in his Bloomington, Indiana workshop.
The Shawnee Theatre opens their fifty-third season with a musical based on the popular Parker Brothers’ board game.
"Costumer Angela Malone has us wearing ears and tails, but we’re still definitely people.”
A musical about the lengths that a dyed in the wool fan will go to for his team.
Hooray for Hollywood, for retirement, for imagination and of course "We'll always have Paris."
The new wave of unsanctioned public art-making has landed in Terre Haute. Unlike graffiti, this subversive art form is warm, fuzzy, and cute.
On this week's episode we invite student filmmaker Chelsey McKrill to talk with us about the new film Prometheus.