IU Soul Revue At 40, Community Altars, Dennis James

This week, how the IU Soul Revue prepares for its 40th season, a community observes the Day of the Dead, and Dennis James accompanies a classic horror film.

This week on Artworks:

Nathanael Fareed Mahlul, Director of the IU Soul Revue, discusses with Annie Corrigan how the group is preparing for its 40th anniversary season this year.

Also on the program,

Adam Schwartz visits an IU photo archive featuring the work of an amateur photographer that shows what a black-and-white past looked like in vivid color.

Then Mia Partlow investigates the surprisingly personal a annual community altar installation .

And George Walker speaks with person responsible for the sound behind “The Phantom of the Opera.”

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