This week on Artworks, students from Indiana connect with their counterparts in Guatemala. They’ve come together again in the spirit of friendship and creativity as part of the Art Across the Americas project. WFIU’s Yael Ksander paid the team a visit as they worked on a new mural in downtown Bloomington.
Also on the program, a visit with conductor Mario Venzago who explains the reason behind the baton and some of the highlights from his upcoming concert with the IU festival orchestra
And as part of our Street Sounds series, we’ll hear from two brothers who have become a regular fixture at the farmers market and on the sidewalks of Kirkwood avenue.
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - Jul 21, 2009
A Mayan pyramid and the Monroe County Courthouse are neighboring landmarks in the new mural on Bloomington's B-line trail.
By George Walker - Jul 20, 2009
Swiss conductor Mario Venzago is will guest conduct the Indiana University Summer Music Festival 2009 Orchestra.
By Josephine McRobbie - May 19, 2009
“We started street singing just around town, and eventually found out that Jiffy Treat was a great place for it on Kirkwood.” - Addison Rogers