This week on Artworks,
Screenwriter Angelo Pizzo talks to the guys from the IU Cinema about screenwriting and how some characters can take on a life of their own.
Also on the program,
Yael Ksander takes a tour of the Bloomington campus of Indiana University in search of treasures carved from limestone.
We’ll find out why the headliner at this year’s Lotus Festival isn’t usually identified with “world music.”
And Annie Corrigan speaks with hip hop artist Big Freedia before the upcoming Big Bounce Barbecue in July.
Stories On This Episode
By Annie Corrigan - Jun 28, 2011
Big Freedia and her bounce music dance party bring a little bit of New Orleans to Bloomington.
By Andy Hunsucker - Jun 27, 2011
On this week's episode, Angelo Pizzo, writer of Hoosiers and Rudy joins us to talk about his screenwriting process.
By Yaël Ksander - Jun 29, 2011
By the end of the tour, visitors know what is and what is not a gargoyle, and discover the only decorative aspect of Ballantine Hall.
By Rachel Lyon - Jun 28, 2011
Staples is a legendary performer who's received Grammy nominations in blues, gospel, folk and pop alike.