Australian artist and Aboriginal activist Richard Bell and comedienne Sandra Bernhard both discuss their approach to controversy through art.
How do you get 70 amateurs ready for a choral masterwork? And a viral video originally conceived as a little more than an encore takes on a life of its own.
Bloomington's long-running Puppet Theatre retires. And traditional music Grey Larsen introduces his latest book.
A documentary film follows the lives of three stand-up comedians/ Artists interpret the icon of matrimony/A silent film star dominates the screen.
This week we discuss the new MFA in Playwriting at Indiana University, and we get a recap of the South by Southwest Festival from the hosts of A Place for Film.
Discussing the upcoming TEDx Bloomington and its impact on the city and creative minds that call it home.
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.