This week on Artworks,
Yaël Ksanders visits a small town in southern Indiana where the fall festival is more than persimmon pudding and apple butter, it’s a time when the locals renew their commitment to preserving the heritage of their town.
Also on the program, modern video technology meets musical and dramatic conventions of both today and yesterday. This upcoming performance investigates the many facets of the female experience.
And we’ll explore more horizons of music and technology with the ukulele-wielding tUnE-yArDs.
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - Oct 6, 2009
To be worthy of restoration, a building need not be the so-called Eighth Wonder of the World. And the preservationists might be equally unlikely.
By David Wood - Oct 6, 2009
Exploring two very different aspects of female sexuality is the multi-media experience “Annunciation + Visitiation.”
By George Walker - Oct 5, 2009
The Brown County Playhouse wraps up its sixty-first season with a warmly funny and touching production of Alfred Uhrey’s award winning "Driving Miss Daisy."
By Josephine McRobbie - Oct 8, 2009
Two years ago, Merrill Garbus was a part-time nanny selling her debut album for pennies on the internet. Things are looking up, to say the least.