This week on Artworks:
Two shows make the cut in today’s edition of Amplifier with Annie Corrigan and Michael Kapinus. Vivian Girls bring their lo-fi surfer rock to Max’ Place and The Donkeys bring their infectious pop music to The Bishop.
Also on the program,
The IU Art Museum closes its doors for some much-needed repairs.
Two lovable amphibians return to Bloomington and the Cardinal Stage Company.
And David Brent Johnson learns of a 50s era jazz bootleg starring three icons that may just make it to CD.
Stories On This Episode
By Michael Kapinus - May 6, 2011
David Vandervelde revels in old school rock, Vivian Girls prefers lo-fi surfer rock, and The Donkeys make infectious pop tunes.
By Yaël Ksander - May 7, 2011
Renovation of the museum's atrium is being undertaken by a Mooresville firm that has successfully tackled similar projects at the Guggenheim and the Corcoran.
By George Walker - May 8, 2011
The Cardinal Stage Company’s original production of A Year With Frog And Toad was such a success that they are bringing it back.
By David Johnson - May 11, 2011
A tape of a group featuring the young Freddie Hubbard offers a rare chance to hear the world of live jazz in mid-20th century Indianapolis.