Coming up on Artworks,
Think you’re sweating it out this summer? Try working in with molten silicon. Glassblower Abby Gitlitz invites us into her studio where it’s the hotter, the better.
Also on the program,
Graphic novels are in the middle of a huge resurgence, and Annie Corrigan talks to a local novelist whose work took him all the way to this year’s Comic-Con.
And we’ll learn about the Regionalist painters who are the focus of an exhibition currently on display at the Indiana State Museum.
Stories On This Episode
By Annie Corrigan - Jul 26, 2011
Bloomington was represented at this year's Comic-Con International by award winning graphic novel author Nate Powell who was peddling his new book "Any Empire."
By Rachel Lyon - Jul 26, 2011
A stained-glass jellyfish, a blown goblet on a chicken foot stem, and hundreds of blown glass pumpkins wrapped in newspaper, waiting for October.
By George Walker - Jul 26, 2011
Based on Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller and it’s another one of those plays that the Shawnee’s artistic director Brandon Bruce says, “I just had to direct.”
By Yaël Ksander - Jul 27, 2011
Everyday life in the 1930s wasn’t a day at the beach, as these paintings bear out. We see train wrecks, shotgun shacks, and alleys draped with telephone wire.