Photo: Pacifica Quaret
This week on Artworks,
At the Indy Mini Maker Faire, it’s not about what you own, but what you can build. Mia Partlow takes a look at 3-D printing and harp guitars as she profiles this unique event taking place at Indianapolis’ Conner Prairie.
Also on the program,
An author writes the books her students want to read. Ashley Hope Perez speaks about her young adult novel, What Can’t Wait.
Then the Pacifica Quartet’s Simin Ganatra talks about what drew them to Beethoven for their upcoming concert at the Jacobs School.
And we introduce a young artist beginning her first semester as an official fine arts major in the first installment of our Artist in the Making series.
Stories On This Episode
By Mia Partlow - Sep 13, 2011
Some of the most inventive art, craft, and technology will be on display at the Indy Mini Maker Faire.
By Adam Schwartz - Feb 2, 2011
IU doctoral student Ashley Hope Pérez wrote the book that her students couldn't find: her soon to be published novel What Can't Wait.
By George Walker - Sep 13, 2011
The Pacifica Quartet in concert at the Jacobs School of Music.
By Yaël Ksander - Sep 14, 2011
Getting her parents' blessing to pursue a studio art major wasn’t an issue for Katie Hayden. “My mother is a jeweler, so she was encouraging about it."