This week on Artworks,
We’ll look at life in Indiana through the lens of a photographer whose ability to capture the vanishing past has led to several published books, including John Bower’s newest, Journey’s End.
Also on the program,the Indiana University Art Museum keeps the lights on late during Thursdays in September for their Coffeehouse Nights designed to introduce students and the public to the collection.
We’ll also hear from two of the actors in the Cardinal Stage Company’s upcoming performances of Inherit the Wind.
And a young harpist makes her way to Bloomington as one of this year’s multi-talented Wells Scholars.
Stories On This Episode
By Adam Schwartz - Sep 1, 2009
John and Lynn Bower have produced six books of John’s stark black-and-white photographs that concentrate on places and objects that have fallen by the wayside.
By David Wood - Sep 1, 2009
During the month of September, they’ll be opening their doors for an evening of coffee, snacks, music, and of course art.
By George Walker - Sep 1, 2009
The Cardinal Stage Company opens their season with "Inherit the Wind" a production of Lawrence and Lee’s dramatization of the 1925 Scopes Trial.
By Megan Meyer - Sep 1, 2009
Mackenzie Hammel came to Bloomington from Cincinnati to study at the Jacob's School of Music. She's also one of this year's multi-talented Wells Scholars.