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Limestone Tour II, City Lights 2011, The Baltimore Consort

This week Yaël Ksander concludes her tour of the limestone art on the IUB campus, the City Lights film series is announced, and more from Indy Early Music Fest.

This week on Artworks -

In the second half of her journey down the limestone trail, WFIU’s Yaël Ksander shares some of the secrets that the buildings on the Bloomington campus are keeping in plain sight.

Also on the program,

We’ll step inside the doors of Indiana University’s African American Arts Institute, where for nearly four decades students have been shaped for careers in music, dance, and culture.

Then the directors of this fall’s City Lights series at the IU Cinema talk about the films they’ll be screening and how they made those choices.

And the Baltimore Consort continues the Indianapolis Early Music Festival with a program that tours the musical roots of the ensemble.

Stories On This Episode

Wonder In The Details: A Stroll Down The Limestone Trail

Simon Hall_IU_Four Mushrooms Carving_001, edit

How is the campus limestone tour like mushroom hunting? Once you “get your eyes on,” previously camouflaged details start to pop out everywhere.

A Place For Film: Fall 2011 City Lights Series

A Place for Film - The IU Cinema Podcast

On this week's episode we invite James Paasche and Landon Palmer to talk about the Fall 2011 City Lights Series.

Ladyes Delight, Children’s Fun And A Gentleman’s Pleasure

Baltimore-Consort

The Indianapolis Early Music Festival hosts the Baltimore Consort.

Honing A Heritage With The African American Arts Institute

African American Dance Company

The African American Arts Institute, located just off the Arts Quad on the IU campus, has been bringing music and dance to Bloomington for over 30 years.

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