This week on Artworks -
Thanksgiving may serve as the opener to a season of homecoming, but a current exhibition in Bloomington features photos shot in homes repossessed by banks. Paul Smedberg talks to WFIU’s Yael Ksander about “Ghosts of Foreclose.”
Also on the program,
The holidays get a dose of jazz and more at the Jacobs School of Music’s first Holiday Celebration.
Then we’ll check in with writer Bre’Anna Robinson as part of our ongoing Artist in the Making series.
And a local artist turns to shades of gray as the cold weather sets in.
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - Nov 29, 2011
"When a home is repossessed," photographer Paul Smedberg observes, "objects--from toy parts to sofas--are left in a haphazard interior design of abandonment."
By David Wood - Nov 30, 2011
Steve Houghton has lined up big bands, latin jazz, harp, guitar, and a whole lot more for this concert of holiday favorites.
By Mia Partlow - Nov 29, 2011
Sweet’s past work was bursting with color, but in deference to the coming winter, he has created his entire show in shades of gray.