This week on Artworks-
You could argue that the world of art is kept alive by the passion of its amateurs. They tend to be its most outspoken advocates and most prolific collectors. Today we’ll visit an exhibition at the Kinsey Institute that is celebrating the works of some of these amateur artists.
Also on the program, Bloomington plays host to a group of young musicians who will vie for the title of first prize winner at the first ever Indiana Guitar Festival and Competition. Then we’ll slip on our dancing shoes for the Zero Hour Tango Fest and Boxcar Book’s RockNRollProm.
That’s all just ahead on Artworks.
Stories On This Episode
By David Wood - Mar 22, 2010
"I haven't met a whole lot of people who have really listened to classical guitar music and not fallen in love with it."
By George Walker - Mar 23, 2010
Tango is more than music, than dance, than the poetry, the visual elements. It’s a whole way to see the world.
By Josephine McRobbie - Mar 25, 2010
Boxcar Books and the Pages to Prisoners Project present the 6th Rock N Roll Prom benefit, featuring cover bands, a photo booth, and rather lenient dress code.