Low Road Gallery, Smithsonian Jazz Anthology, Keith Leonard

This week, Greencastle's shoe store turned art gallery, how to select the 100 best jazz albums, and poetry by Keith Leonard.

This week on Artworks:

Julie Rooney, director of the Low Road Gallery in Greencastle, a re-purposed shoe store that’s playing host to an exhibition of works by contemporary Indiana artists, proving that not only is modern art being made by our neighbors, but folks in small-town Indiana are hungry to experience it.

Also on the program,

David Baker discusses his part in choosing 100 of the most influential jazz works for the Smithsonian’s new jazz anthology.

And we’ll continue our observance of National Poetry Month with three poems by Keith Leonard.

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