This week, Annie Corrigan talks with a longtime favorite of the Bloomington theater scene as she prepares to leave Indiana.
This week, graphic novelist Nate Powell, cranking the heat with glass art, and Indiana Regionalist painters from the 30s and 40s get their due.
This week, a local poet earns a Guggenheim, a student filmmaker talks shop, and a classical flutists takes up the Native American cedar flute.
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, a student-lead exhibition of photography with a reputation, Krista Detor kicks off the holiday season, and art from feed sacks.
This week- photographing the last taboos at the Kinsey Gallery, rock 'n roll artist Joel Washington, and the long-lost art of letter writing.
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.
This week on Artworks, Sherlock Holmes teams up with his wife and a visit to IU's Showalter Fountain and the Wyle House Museum.
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, we head inside the IU Costume Studio, visit director Tom Evans, explore the church choir at the Unitarian Universalist church.