This week on Artworks:
We’ll rediscover a Bloomington author whose output is seeing resurgence with a series of reprints by Indiana University Press. David Brent Johnson tells us more about the works of Rachel Peden.
Also on the program, a summer musical is built from the ground up through the efforts of IU faculty, students and some guest artists. We’ll hear from some of the important players in this process as the production gets set to open this week.
Then celebrate 30 years with the Bloomington Playwrights Project.
And finally Annie Corrigan concludes her series on Indiana’s orchestral musicians with flutist Kate Lukas.
Stories On This Episode
By David Johnson - Aug 25, 2010
A Bloomington farm wife's mid-20th century books are coming back into print and popularity.
By George Walker - Aug 30, 2010
On Friday, September 3, 2010, The Bloomington Playwrights Project will hold a gala fundraiser at Fountain Square.
By Annie Corrigan - Aug 30, 2010
"The job of the principal flutist is a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde thing," says Jacobs School of Music Professor of Flute Kate Lukas.