This week, silent and early talking film buffs gather in Bloomington, Crossroad Rep. Theatre gets underway for the summer, and a local arts icon is remembered.
A documentary film follows the lives of three stand-up comedians/ Artists interpret the icon of matrimony/A silent film star dominates the screen.
This week Bloomington's GLBTQ film festival hits the double digits, and the City of Terre Haute celebrates the Wabash River in 2013.
This week we learn the subtle art of silent film accompaniment, pay a visit to the Jewish Theatre of Bloomington, and profile folk musician Malcolm Dalglish.
This week, what it takes to be a producer, making art with feed sacks, the creative process as an MFA student, and an exciting, albeit drowsy, ballet.
This week we visit the Bedford, Indiana of 1908, view art in unlikely spaces... like a men's room, and explore movies from the Cold War.
This week Yaël Ksander concludes her tour of the limestone art on the IUB campus, the City Lights film series is announced, and more from Indy Early Music Fest.
This week we'll find out a little bit of the history behind the Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival, take a peak at summer comedies, and visit a juried art show.
This week, the unique style of Columbus, Indiana, the art of projection, and playing for the farmers market.
This week, a local poet earns a Guggenheim, a student filmmaker talks shop, and a classical flutists takes up the Native American cedar flute.