As part of their whirlwind trip through Indiana, Rachel and Sara Caswell stopped by the WFIU Studios to talk about growing up in Bloomington and their new CD.
A conversation with three people who are joining forces to welcome a new way of making, and of thinking about making, to Bloomington.
This week we’re talking about the contemporary music scene in Bloomington as it exists outside the walls of the Jacobs School of Music.
Crispin Glover talks about his upcoming appearance at the IU Cinema. And the 1998 film starring Jim Carrey becomes musical theater at the BPP.
This week, Annie Corrigan talks with a longtime favorite of the Bloomington theater scene as she prepares to leave Indiana.
This week Bloomington's GLBTQ film festival hits the double digits, and the City of Terre Haute celebrates the Wabash River in 2013.
This week on Artworks, Soul, R&B, Rock, and Blues pioneer, Booker T. Jones. And Annie Corrigan talks with a gardener making works of art from her scraps.
Yael Ksander speaks with an artist who not only creates with natural indigo but raises the crop himself.
An impromptu YouTube clip Jenn Cristy performing a track from her new CD has gone viral, so we Invited the local singer-songwriter into WFIU studios.
The story of how art branded by the Nazis as "degenerate" found its way to Bloomington.