We’ll get toe-tapping with members of the White Lightning Boys as they perform some of their flavor of bluegrass in the studio.
This week we explore the life and work of William Zimmerman. And we learn what it takes to become a tattoo artist.
Since it opened in 1922, the BCT has remained at the center of Bloomington’s entertainment scene while other theaters have come and gone.
This week we talk with the director and an young actor who are helping build a musical from the ground up at teh Bloomington Playwrights Project.
This week on Artworks we'll hear Zeppelin and Hendrix on the mandolin and experience the nightmare of losing a loved one through the lens of a horror novel.
When and why does a conductor choose to focus on being an educator rather than a "maestro?" Cliff Colnot tells Annie Corrigan on this week's Artworks.
We’ll be talking about comics, graphic novels, and why some fans don’t care if comics ever make on to the best sellers list.
We've outgrown our normal timeslot, so Artworks expands to a full hour this week.
This week on Artworks - a museum spawned from a basement collection and a sense of honor, Bloomington through the eyes of a graphic artist, and your stories!
This week, guerrilla knitters are on a mission, spent barley becomes something more, and putting the "fun" in "fundraising."