Indiana University is home to several well-known collections of art—the IU Art Museum, the Kinsey and SoFA Galleries to name a few. But this week we’ll reveal a couple of hidden gems you might have overlooked.
Megan Meyer visits the unlikely home of some intriguing works, the Indiana Memorial Union.
And Yael Ksander details the restoration work currently under way on one of the campus’s most controversial works of art located in Woodburn Hall.
Also on the program, we’ll continue our profile of regional musicians with violist Michael Strauss.
And as the public schools return to their fall schedules, we’ll revisit a story from earlier this year highlighting a program at Binford Elementary School that has some students leaving their mark in stone.
Stories On This Episode
By Megan Meyer - Aug 17, 2010
If you think you’ve seen all the art galleries in Bloomington, you might be missing one: The Indiana Memorial Union.
By Yaël Ksander - Aug 18, 2010
The process of stabilizing an aging masterpiece provides the opportunity to consider something that’s larger-than-life, from an intimate vantage point.
By Annie Corrigan - Aug 17, 2010
Principal Violist of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Michael Strauss talks about the viola's funny - and deathly - reputation among musicians.
By Adam Schwartz - Mar 16, 2010
At Binford Elementary in Bloomington, sixth graders are taught basic stone carving by the school’s social worker who uses the class to teach life lessons.