This week on Artworks, We’ll conclude our two-part retrospective of the best stories, features, and interviews heard on Artworks in 2010.
You’ll hear conversations with a variety of musicians from members of the Canadian Brass, to ambient musician Jeff Pearce, and world-renown percussionist Evelyn Glennie.
Then step inside the doors of Indiana University’s African American Arts Institute, and visit with two visual artists whose works blur the borders of gender and dominance.
And we’ll highlight a sculpture at the heart of the IU-Bloomington campus.
Stories On This Episode
By Annie Corrigan - Apr 28, 2010
Evelyn Glennie has been the queen of the percussion world for years. She shows no sign of stopping now.
By Megan Meyer - May 25, 2010
The African American Arts Institute, located just off the Arts Quad on the IU campus, has been bringing music and dance to Bloomington for over 30 years.
By Arianna Prothero - Jul 1, 2010
The work titled "Girl With A Pearl Earring" is showing at the Kinsey Institute's 5th annual Jurried Art Show.
By Adam Schwartz - Jun 8, 2010
Indiana ambient musician Jeff Pearce plays the Chapman Stick to evoke Indiana’s four distinct seasons. His music is often heard on WFIU's Hearts of Space.
By Yaël Ksander - May 18, 2010
Since 1961, Robert Laurent’s Birth of Venus fountain has been the centerpiece of Showalter Plaza, the artistic core of Indiana University’s Bloomington campus.
By Annie Corrigan - Mar 16, 2010
Few chamber groups can boast the accomplishments of the Canadian Brass. Even after forty years, the group isn't showing any signs of stopping.