This week on Artworks,Indiana University associate bassoon professor Kathleen McLean. We’ll get to hear some of the gloomy yet soulful orchestral solos for which the bassoon is known.
Then George Walker speaks with two of the actors in the Brown County Playhouse’s final production of the summer, Alfred Uhry’s “Last Night of Ballyhoo.”
And we’ll hear from the author of a new book that sheds light on a time when needlepoint, embroidery and cross-stitch took on a more important role in society.
Stories On This Episode
By George Walker - Aug 2, 2010
Last Night of Ballyhoo is really a sweet love story with a lot of humor.
By Yaël Ksander - Aug 4, 2010
In the midst of the volatility rocking her native Chile in the early 1970s, Carmen Benavente sought to create community with a few simple stitches.