Faculty members representing ten different studio areas of the Hope School of Fine Arts are showing their work at the Grunwald Gallery. WFIU’s Yael Ksander will share how the show demonstrates the shifting boundaries among the disciplines.
Also on the program,
Annie Corrigan and Michael Kapinus are back with another installment of Amplifier to talk about two shows taking place in Bloomington in February: Charles Bradley and the Carolina Chocolate Drops.
The Bloomington Playwrights Project puts up a quirky new musical a young man with a peculiarly geographically located agoraphobia.
And we’ll meet another of our Artists in the Making, writer Kelsey Adams.
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - Jan 31, 2012
The work of three faculty members demonstrates the shifting boundaries among the disciplines, along with the endurance of certain themes and ways of working.
By Rachel Lyon - Jan 31, 2012
"There's some of me in every character I write--male, woman, no matter the age--there's a little bit of me in there."
By George Walker - Feb 1, 2012
The songs are surprising...they just sort of sneak up on you!
By Michael Kapinus - Jan 27, 2012
Dream-pop with Asobi Seksu. The blues comes back to town with Charles Bradley. And, fresh-sounding old time music with the Carolina Chocolate Drops.