A Jacobs School workshop helps performers embrace their stage fright, and the award-winning composer Joan Tower discusses her music and career.
This week on Artworks, photographer Claude Cookman, Options for Living's "Art of Chocolate,' A Time to Plant, and a final preview of the Pride Film Fest.
This week on Artworks, the untold origins of ceramics, dancer-musicians The Fourth Wall, and a short story by Elsa Marston Harik.
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 Artworks, we're asking several prominent musicians and a few budding performers about their visions of the future.
This week we meet one of the 2010 IU Summer Festival Orchestra's principal players, and we'll visit with a marching band that gathers its influence globally.
Coming up this week, percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie, a new book about "Peanuts" creator Charles M. Schulz, and a gender bending art at the Kinsey Institute.
This week on Artworks, IU's African American Arts Institute, the Indianapolis Symphony's Zach de Pue, and reflecting on the life of jazz pianist John Bunch.
This week on Artworks, students find out how to make it look rough but keep it safe, area youth gather for some advanced music making, and The Lady Gagas.
On the next Artworks, an in-studio performance from the Canadian Brass, students chisel away at the art of stone carving, and IU Ballet's "An American Evening."