Black Rock, The Art and Science of Color, Poet Nadine Pinède

This week on Artworks, the struggles of Black rockers, the WonderLab shows how art and science coexist, and poet Nadine Pinède celebrates the Haitian people.

This week on Artworks,

The roots of rock lay firmly in the African-American community, but the idea of a Black rocker seems to be out of the ordinary for many. We’ll explore an event held last fall at Indiana University that both celebrated and investigated the past, present and future of the Black Rock.

Also on the program, science and art converge at WonderLab. A Scottish tale of horror takes to the IU Opera stage.  And as the world’s attention remains focused on the people of Haiti, we’ll hear from the poets who mourn for their homeland and praise the resiliency of her people.

That’s all just ahead on Artworks.

Stories On This Episode

Creating Beyond Borders: Wonderlab’s Art and Science of Color

wonderlab cololrs

With the Art and Science of Color, WonderLab is creating a situation that might allow grownups, bringing their kids to play, to stumble upon their creativity.

IU Opera Theatre’s Tale of Scottish Horror “Lucia di Lammermoor’

Gaetano Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor"

I think that there are things in the staging of the mad scene that have never been done before.

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