This week on Artworks, discovering Indiana University's hidden artistic gems, a conversation with violist Michael Strauss, and stone carving for sixth graders.
Coming up on Artworks, youth art crosses borders, Mario Venzago's two hands, and the call of the street with Busman's Holiday.
This week on Artworks, Yaël Ksander find out how Bloomington-based “Stone Belt” is empowering developmentally disabled individuals through their Arts and Craft program. Peter Noble-Kuchera reviews the DVD release of “the Midnight Meat Train.” And Josephine McRobbie gets an introduction to Old Time music from some former rock and punkartists.
This week on Artworks, part one of our City Beautiful series explores how one Indiana town is turing eyesores into eye candy. We’ll also talk to two members the IU Opera Theatre’s newest production. And an interview with ’80s underground musician, John Terrill.
This week on Artworks, it’s fund drive time, so we’re asking you to pledge your support for arts on the radio. In the meantime, we visit Brown County, Indiana and an artist taking up the long tradition there. We’ll hear a conversation with David Amram from earlier in our year. And a day in the life of a young conductor.
WFIU’s Yael Ksander explores the “Plant Portraits” exhibit at the Indiana University Art Museum collection. Violinist Eugene Drucker reads from his book “The Savior.” And drummer Kid Millions from the Brooklyn-based trio, Oneida, stops by for a conversation with WFIU’s Josephine McRobbie.