This week on Artworks, Dr. Brent Gault from the IU Children’s Choir talks about the mission of the organization and the efforts of the many young people involved.
Also on the program we’ll hear about an upcoming Columbus (Indiana) Philharmonic performance featuring singer Steve Lippia and the latest movie review from Peter Noble-Kuchera.
And we’ll introduce you to WFIU’s newest podcast highlighting the culinary arts.
This week, a playing in a doorway with Mitch Rice, a sweet Valentine’s at the Terre Haute Symphony, and the rewards of competition with Alan Dunbar.
This week on Artworks, author and environmental activist Scott Russell Sanders talks about his book “Conservationist Manifesto” which will be published later this year by Indiana University Press. Also on the program, the West Baden Spring Hotel is filled with the sounds of the Indiana University Jazz Faculty, Peter Noble-Kuchera steps into the “otherworld” of the new film “Coraline,” and we’ll go behind the curtain as we explore what it’s like to prepare for a student recital.
This week on Artworks, Yaël Ksander find out how Bloomington-based “Stone Belt” is empowering developmentally disabled individuals through their Arts and Craft program. Peter Noble-Kuchera reviews the DVD release of “the Midnight Meat Train.” And Josephine McRobbie gets an introduction to Old Time music from some former rock and punkartists.