This week, Annie Corrigan talks with a longtime favorite of the Bloomington theater scene as she prepares to leave Indiana.
This week we visit with star conductor/pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy, explore the history of town through one of its businesses, the Showers Brothers Furniture Co.
This week, the ATM celebrates Hoagy Carmichael's birthday, historical home owners open up, 'Annie' comes to Bloomington, and "It's Jazz, Charlie Brown!"
This week, speaking public at the Fourth Street Festival, a school frozen in 1942, and career development at the Jacobs School.
This week: the Bloomington homes of a self-taught mid-century architect, writing about the Midwest, and Cardinal Stage Company's 2011-2012 season.
This week we'll explore Indiana University and the City of Bloomington's 27th Annual Artsweek and it's theme "ArtsTeach."
This week on Artworks, we'll take a look at some of the upcoming events as part of Indiana University-Bloomignton and the City of Bloomington's Artsweek.
This week on Artworks, two time ASCAP award winner Clint Needham, author and humorist Dan Greenburg, and a behind the scenes look at the IU Auditorium.
This week on Artworks, T.C. Steele and the Society of Western Artists, a review of "Inherit the Wind," and Jazz Fables co-founder David Miller.
This week on Artworks, photographer John Bower, Cardinal Stage Company's "Inherit the Wind", Wells Scholar Mackenzie Hammel and the IUAM's Coffeehouse Nights.