This week on Artworks-
The holidays, for some, are just not the same without Charlie Brown, and this week David Brent Johnson speaks with jazz pianist Luke Gillespie about the role Vince Guaraldi played in making “A Charlie Brown Christmas” a seasonal favorite.
Also on the program,
Yael Ksander visits a exhibit highlighting the work of local artist Paul Sweany who died earlier this year.
And an early music ensemble with numerous connections to Bloomington heads to China to celebrate the life of a 16th century Jesuit priest.
Stories On This Episode
By David Wood - Dec 7, 2010
¡Sacabuché! to perform “Matteo Ricci: His Map and Music” in Beijing, China as part of a tour of Chinese concert venues and educational institutions.
By George Walker - Dec 7, 2010
The light at the end of the Dark Alley has a distinctly female hue!
By Yaël Ksander - Dec 7, 2010
Currently showcased in a memorial retrospective, Paul Sweany’s watercolors evince the vigilance of the artist's inquiry into the world around him.