Jazz In July Returns, An Officer Memorialized, LIBER ‘Crowned’

We've outgrown our normal timeslot, so Artworks expands to a full hour this week.

four men stand in matching suits in front of a graffitied wall

Photo: Tall & Small Photography, (c) 2011

The men of LIBER

We’ve outgrown our normal timeslot, so this week Artworks is expanding to a full hour of arts coverage for south-central Indiana.

This week Mia Partlow visits Terre Haute, where the police department is honoring one of its fallen with the help of sculptor Bill Wolfe.  Then Jazz in July returns after a one year hiatus, and the IU Art Museum’s popular outdoorconcert series kicks of on July 6 with the Andy Cobine Trio. The latest installment of our Artist in the Making series profiles performer and teacher Joe Mace, who played four different characters in the recent IU Opera Theater production of Candide. And the early music ensemble LIBER is back with their third recording, a new lineup, a new name.

And now you can catch a repeat broadcast each Wednesday night at 7pm on WFIU2.

Stories On This Episode

Memorializing Officer Long

Wolfe with his statue of officer long

The Terre Haute Police Department is working to preserve the memory of Officer Brent Long, who was killed last summer while serving a warrant.

Andy Cobine Trio To Kick Off IU Art Museum’s ‘Jazz In July’

a view of the latticework ceiling

Audiences welcome the return of the much-loved summer concert series.

Artist In The Making: Joe Mace

Joe Mace with Laura Thoreson in 'Candide'

A profile of opera singer and voice teacher Joe Mace, who played four characters in the IU Opera production of Candide.

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