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Michael Uslan, Shawnee Summer Theatre, Jeff Pearce

This week on Artworks, Movie producer, comic book collector, and IU grad Michael Uslan, the Shawnee Summer Theatre, and ambient musician Jeff Pearce.

This week on Artworks -

Movie producer, comic book collector, and IU grad Michael Uslan. Uslan talks about the value – economically, creatively, and academically – of comic books.

Also on the program:

George Walker celebrates a milestone year with the Shawnee Theatre.

And, Artworks’ Adam Schwartz speaks to Indiana ambient musician Jeff Pearce about the inspiration for his music and the effect is had on one of his listeners.

That’s all just ahead on Artworks.

Stories On This Episode

Michael Uslan: The Value of Comic Books

Michael Uslan sitting in front of a Batman poster

Best known for producing the Batman movies, you can see 30,000 items from Michael Uslan's comic book collection on display at IU's Lilly Library.

Shawnee 2010: The 51st Season

I spent most of last year in Chicago and really couldn’t wait to get back. I kind of have a love affair with this place.

Jeff Pearce: Inspired By Indiana’s Changing Seasons

Jeff Pearse

Indiana ambient musician Jeff Pearce plays the Chapman Stick to evoke Indiana’s four distinct seasons. His music is often heard on WFIU's Hearts of Space.

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