This week, a look back at city beautification project started in 2008, a new production of Arthur Miller's "The Price, and poet Richard Cecil.
This week on Artworks, Jazz musician and educator Brent Wallarab, the lost art of letter writing, and the poems of Christopher Citro.
A look at Arts and the Economy: that’s what’s ahead on Artworks.
This week on Artworks, it's not the Holidays without "A Charlie Brown Christmas." Also, period children's clothing and a tour of Bloomington's Wylie House.
This week on Artworks, the Lilly Library, pianist Di Wu, and the first installment of "A Young Person's Guide to the Arts."
This week on ArtworksYaël Ksander explores the work of Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto currently on display at the IU Art Museum. Also on the program, George Walker learns about the difficulties of Beethoven’s great choral work from conductor David Bowden. Then Peter Noble-Kuchera simplifies the world of new home theater technologies for those of you wondering whether to make the plunge. And Josephine McRobbie speaks with John Darnielle, the man behind indie rock group “The Mountain Goats.”
This week on Artworks, part two of a look at life in Brown County, Indiana “The Art Colony of the Midwest.” We’ll also hear from a performer taking part in the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic’s annual holiday show. And a tour of the Lily Library’s newest addition, the Slocum mechanical puzzle collection
This week, Indiana University’s School of Fine Arts Gallery takes their HUB project on the road. A regional theatre presents a revised production of “The Diary of Anne Frank.” And part one of an in-depth look at South-Central Indiana’s many regional orchestras.