This week, a native son of Terre Haute is honored for his musical contribution to Indiana, and a fish takes children on a tour of Bloomington in a new book.
This week we explore art made together and art with political meaning, we visit the "thin place" known as New Harmony, and the Bloomington Symphony blasts off.
On this week's Artworks, Stone Belt's arts program, Adam Noble on stage combat, and the Bloomington Symphony plays Bryan Park.
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.