This week on Artworks,
Indiana University and The City of Bloomington will kick off Artsweek 2010 this weekend! Begun as a single weekend in the fall of 1984, Artsweek has grown to 11 days of events, with each year focusing on a particular theme. This year’s theme…Arts and the Environment.
This week we’ll take a look at a few of the events melding the natural world with the artistic. Yaël Ksander visits the IU Art Museum for an exhibition of 42 faculty artists, Connie Cook Glen previews her talk “The Composer’s Perception,” and Cardinal Stage Company’s Randy White stops by to discuss their latest production, The Drawer Boy.
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - Feb 17, 2010
When you wander into an exhibition of contemporary art these days, it might occur to you to ask, where have all the paintings gone?
By David Wood - Feb 15, 2010
Composers are often drawn to the natural world as a source of inspiration for their works. They then create sound environments to depict the world around them.
By George Walker - Feb 15, 2010
"It’s kind of amazing, but this show that many have never heard of is one of the four most produced plays of 2000."