This week on Artworks,
David Brent Johnson sits down with jazz pianist Luke Gillespie to talk about music, serendipity, and a new CD.
George Walker reviews the IU Opera Theater production of La Rondine
Then, put on a heavy coat and some gloves and join us out in the elements as Adam Schwartz explores some outdoor art.
And later in the program, Annie Corrigan get a lesson in right allemandes and do-si-dos.
Stories On This Episode
By Annie Corrigan - Feb 22, 2010
There are few events in town that give parents and kids the same experience. The Family Dance Series gets everyone moving to the beat.
By Josephine McRobbie - Feb 23, 2010
The 3rd annual MOSAIC Film Festival addresses issues of poverty, homelessness, and disability through a variety of short films for adults and children.
By Adam Schwartz - Feb 24, 2010
New York writer Dianne Durante has spent countless hours gazing at and photographing the public sculptures and monuments that inspire, provoke, and amuse her.
By David Johnson - Feb 25, 2010
Live at the Station features a set of standards, including "Have You Met Miss Jones," "Con Alma," and "Stompin' at the Savoy." None of it was planned.
By George Walker - Mar 3, 2010
"I think Puccini's heroines are stronger than Verdi’s. Magda's every bit as strong and self-deluded as Tosca or Madama Butterfly.”