Columbus Architecture I, Manny Knowles, Mitch Rice

This week, the unique style of Columbus, Indiana, the art of projection, and playing for the farmers market.

First Financial Bank

Photo: Paul Trebukov/flickr

Columbus, Indiana's First Financial Bank, formerly Irwin Union Bank and Trust. Architect Kevin Roche, 1973.

This week on Artworks:

Annie Corrigan experiences the architecture tour in Columbus, Indiana and takes a closer look at a National Historic Landmark of architecture in downtown: the First Financial Bank branch, formally Irwin Union Bank.

Also on the program,

We’ll take a trip to the projectionist’s booth with IU Cinema Technical Director Manny Knowles.

George Walker previews the Shawnee Theater’s upcoming summer season.

And Bloomington musician Mitch Rice talks about sharing music with the community.

Stories On This Episode

Columbus Architecture: First Financial Bank

First Financial Bank Building With Trees

One of Columbus, Indiana's six National Historic Landmarks of Architecture is the downtown branch of the First Financial Bank (formally Irwin Union Bank).

A Place For Film – Manny Knowles

A Place for Film - The IU Cinema Podcast

On this week's episode, we meet Manny Knowles, Technical Director of the Cinema. We talk about the state of movie theater projection across the country.

Young Composer Chosen To Score A Classic Coming-Of-Age Tale

DAVID COPPERFIELD

Fisher's approach is more 'Peter and the Wolf' than 'Pirates of the Carribean.'

Two New Leaders For Shawnee 2011

shawnee

I've been in love with "The Fantasticks" ever since I played in it when I was just seventeen! artistic director-Brandon Bruce

Street Sounds: Mitch Rice

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