This week on Artworks, a Terre Haute businessman is turning his lifelong passion for military history into a museum that celebrates the role of the everyday soldier. WFIU’s Yael Ksander reports from the Veterans Memorial Museum of Terre Haute, slated to open this November.
Also on the program, an IU historian discovers what may be the oldest gramophone recording in the world. Other Places/Other Worlds means a stay On Gold Pond at the Crossroad Repertory Theater. And locales in Bloomington you might just pass by get a reworking through the eye of a graphic artist.
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - Jun 26, 2012
A Terre Haute businessman is turning his lifelong passion for military history into a museum that celebrates the role of the regular soldier.
By Mia Partlow - Jun 26, 2012
An Indiana University historian has discovered and restored what might be the oldest gramophone recording in the world, using a technique he developed himself.
By George Walker - Jun 27, 2012
"...great humor, insight and a recognizable family drama that I think gives hope..." director Dale McFadden
By Annie Corrigan - Jun 29, 2012
When Avi A. Katz moved to Bloomington, Indiana, he sketched the city as a way to get to know it. But you've probably never seen this side of downtown.