This week on Artworks, an interview with David Simon, creator or HBO’s “The Wire.” We’ll also take a trip to the Indiana Limestone Symposium to see how a little stone becomes a work of art in South-Central Indiana. And finally we’ll get in touch with our superstitiuos side at a new exhibit at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures.
Stories On This Episode
By Josephine McRobbie - Jun 26, 2009
How Baltimore-based writer and producer David Simon turned his 12 years on the crime beat of a daily newspaper into the critically-acclaimed series The Wire.
By Yaël Ksander - Jun 24, 2009
A 300 million year old material has made its way from the quarries of south central Indiana to the nation’s most significant landmarks.
By Adam Schwartz - Jun 24, 2009
An exhibit at the Mathers Museum displays objects from different cultures that are believed to protect the user or owner from harm and to promote good luck.