This week Bloomington's GLBTQ film festival hits the double digits, and the City of Terre Haute celebrates the Wabash River in 2013.
Since it opened in 1922, the BCT has remained at the center of Bloomington’s entertainment scene while other theaters have come and gone.
This week: Bloomington's Canopy of Lights, teachers and students get out of the classroom and onto the stage, and writers show off their bad side.
This week the author of a new book about Beethoven's ninth symphony, the John Waldron Arts Center's new artistic director, and percussionist John Tafoya.
This week on a special holiday Artworks, we'll explore downtown Bloomington's Canopy of Light, check out the top carols, and hear an new, old-fashioned story.
This week on Artworks, Yaël Ksander speaks with a Bloomington, Indiana artist whose works are currently on exhibit in New York City’s First Street Gallery. George Walker asks legendary singer-songwriter Joan Baez what she’s learned over 50 years of performing. And we’ll meet Daniel Stein, one of the winners of the first ever YouTube Symphony Contest.
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.
Hear how one musician’s mindset nearly derailed a successful career from social psychologist and author Carol Dweck. Also, step inside a Bloomington, Indiana cafe that’s trying to bring people together. And a behind the scenes look at a play with two women, nine roles, thirteen taboos and several dozen laughs you’ll feel guilty about tomorrow.