This week on Artworks, David Stith, a critically acclaimed musician who has recently taken up residence in Bloomington, Indiana as a graduate student. He’ll talk with us about his creative process near the end of the show.
Also on the program, WFIU’s Adam Schwartz speaks with documentary film maker Steven Montgomery who chronicled the hugely successful career of Indiana University diving coach, Hobie Billingsley.
And who knew a piece of furniture could fall so far from grace? We’ll find out how a former staple of the kitchen has become a citizen of the basement with the author a new book on the Hoosier cabinet.
Stories On This Episode
By Josephine McRobbie - Aug 17, 2009
David Stith, is a musician and artist who recently moved to Indiana. His debut album, Heavy Ghost is a critically acclaimed collection of orchestral folk music.
By Adam Schwartz - Apr 15, 2009
In 1980, IU alumnus Steven Montgomery seemed poised for a successful career when his first fill, the documentary "Hobie's Heroes", was met with wide acclaim.