"I... listen to NPR every morning, hoping to hear his voice on the radio, so I can go over to the canvas still in the corner of my room and begin to paint."
On this week's episode, we talk with local producer Sean Connolly about developing a voice for film specific to the Midwest and Indiana.
In this interview episode, we're talking to Ray Mills, the Artistic Director of the Heartland Film Festival.
"You're taking something from your head that is you, you're putting it on paper and you're creating this world. People read that, and they know who you are."
How is the campus limestone tour like mushroom hunting? Once you “get your eyes on,” previously camouflaged details start to pop out everywhere.
On this week's episode we invite James Paasche and Landon Palmer to talk about the Fall 2011 City Lights Series.
By the end of the tour, visitors know what is and what is not a gargoyle, and discover the only decorative aspect of Ballantine Hall.
The new photo exhibition at Bloomington’s pictura gallery shows us just how hard it is to be a man.
On this week's episode we invite Craig Simpson from the Lilly to discuss the current state of film criticism.
"Rather than lamenting the loss of that older world," explains poet Maurice Manning, “I want to imagine its recreation.”