This week on Artworks:
Associate Director of the Columbus Area Visitors Center Cindy Frey takes Annie Corrigan on a tour of the newest jewel in the crown of the Columbus, Indiana architecture scene — the new Commons building.
Also on the program,
Shape Shift is the title of an exhibition of current works by Hope School of Fine Arts faculty member Martha MacLeish. In a conversation with WFIU’s Yaël Ksander, MacLeish, who started out as a painter, reveals why her artistic identity has been that of the shape-shifter.
And rain or shine, the Bloomington Quarry Morris Dancers keep a tradition from the Old Country alive in the New World.
Stories On This Episode
By Annie Corrigan - May 2, 2011
After four years of planning and construction, the Columbus, Indiana community eagerly awaits the opening of its new downtown mall and community center.
By Yaël Ksander - May 3, 2011
It's not a translation of form that MacLeish seeks—rather, an expression of energy. Many of her pieces have verbs for names—wobble, shrug, somersault.