This week on Artworks:
Our Artist in the Making series continues as Yael Ksander speaks with MFA painting student Erin Castellan. She describes her journey back to academia after several years of living as a struggling artist.
Then, Poet Nikky Finney reads a poem from her Head Off And Split, which was awarded the 2011 National Book Award.
George Walker gives us his take on a new CD of music by Bach by young pianist Evan Shinners.
Walker also speaks with the director of the IU Department of Theater and Drama’s new production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Gavin Cameron-Webb. He talks about the challenges he’s faced by setting the play on a Hollywood sound stage in the 1930s.
And, Sheryl Woodhouse-Keese of Twisted Limb Paperworks talks about the stationary she’s making from the spent barley from Upland Brewing Company.
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - Feb 21, 2012
Although MFA painter Erin Castellan has spent the last two years ensconced within academia, she’s spent more of her adult life outside of it.
By George Walker - Feb 20, 2012
I never think it should be played the same way twice.
By George Walker - Feb 21, 2012
"It's love diverted, perverted, legislated, dominated and most of all celebrated!" -- Gavin Cameron-Webb director for "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
By Annie Corrigan - Feb 20, 2012
Sheryl Woodhouse-Keese makes paper from Upland Brewing Company's spent grain, but don't ask her to tell you how she does it. This is a secret worth keeping.