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Maurice Manning, Chelsey McKrill, James Pellerite

This week, a local poet earns a Guggenheim, a student filmmaker talks shop, and a classical flutists takes up the Native American cedar flute.

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2011 Guggenheim Fellow Maurice Manning

This week on Artworks:

English and creative writing professor Maurice Manning speaks with Yael Ksander about his work after being named one of this year’s Guggenheim Fellows.

Life as a filmmaker on the IU campus allows one student to sample the diversity of skills required in the field. Chelsey McKrill speaks with the guys from “A Place for Film.”

And hear how James Pellerite’s nearly six decades of classical flute performing and teacher where just a precursor to his life’s calling, the Native American flute.

Stories On This Episode

The Enduring Relevance Of The Pastoral Tradition

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"Rather than lamenting the loss of that older world," explains poet Maurice Manning, “I want to imagine its recreation.”

Psychology And Law Bow To Theatre

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it was a play that I had to direct. It’s well written, it’s thoughtful and it’s funny.

James Pellerite’s Love Affair with the Native American Flute

James Pellerite in his home practice studio, sitting in a chair, playing a wooden flute, looking at sheet music on a music stand

Former classical flutist James Pellerite is on a mission to take the Native American flute where it's never gone before.

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