Barry Gealt speaks with Yael Ksander about the nature of creativity, the necessity of struggle and what makes a landscape painting real.
We’ll get toe-tapping with members of the White Lightning Boys as they perform some of their flavor of bluegrass in the studio.
This week we'll take a walk down the sustainable cat walk, view gardening as art, visit 18th century France, and meet Charles Dickens the performance artist.
This week we meet guitarist and Artist in the Making, Sadie Johnson, visit with ambient musician Jeff Pearce, and take a nuanced look at the average Muslim.
This week, designers get creative with condoms, Althea Crome knits tiny clothea, Robert Black talks about the bass and Bloomington Fading does art on Facebook.
This week we visit the Bedford, Indiana of 1908, view art in unlikely spaces... like a men's room, and explore movies from the Cold War.
This week, masculinity in art, the role of film critics, Spanish and Latin guitar, and a trip down Columbus, Indiana's Avenue of Architects.
This week we'll get local with our handmade arts and crafts, a writing professor gets wrapped up in the March Madness, and the Wylie House grows history.
This week speaking truth to the king of instruments, the art of Mongolia and Tibet, and the working relationship between Al Cobine and IU's Singing Hoosiers.
This week on the program: finding fearlessness in performance, the Buselli-Wallarab Jazz Orchestra "Mezzanine," and photos link IU to Afghanistan.