This week, Ozark fiddler Betse Ellis talks about touring solo and her new CD, and actor John C. Reilly tries his hand as full-time musician.
A show in Columbus explores what t-shirts tell us about contemporary culture, and a folklorist shares stories of those working in the local limestone trade.
Over the coming weekend, some of the top names in comedy and several talented locals are coming together to make south-central Indiana a very funny place.
A Jacobs School workshop helps performers embrace their stage fright, and the award-winning composer Joan Tower discusses her music and career.
This week: baking and historic preservation—two good things that, it turns out, go great together and a preview of the Indiana Festival Theater 2013 season.
Scottish artist Rowena Comrie's take on the modern sublime in paintings, a preview of this summer’s musical lineup in the People’s Park concert series.
A photographer of people, a WWII refugee, and highlights from a month of live music broadcasts.
One of classical music’s greatest cellists ever has passed away. We'll profile Starker’s career and the legacy he leaves behind.
This week a Bloomington feline becomes the focus of a documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival, and members of Salaam perform in the studio.
Australian artist and Aboriginal activist Richard Bell and comedienne Sandra Bernhard both discuss their approach to controversy through art.