The story of how art branded by the Nazis as "degenerate" found its way to Bloomington.
Barry Gealt speaks with Yael Ksander about the nature of creativity, the necessity of struggle and what makes a landscape painting real.
Annie Corrigan speaks with Susan Seizer, anthropologist and producer of the new documentary which follows three comedians the comedy club circuit.
This week we explore the life and work of William Zimmerman. And we learn what it takes to become a tattoo artist.
We've outgrown our normal timeslot, so Artworks expands to a full hour this week.
This week, politics in posters, ukes everywhere, Bach in English, and digging up history at the Wylie House Museum.
This week we’ll listen back to some of the most memorable features and interviews you’ve heard in 2010 in the first of a two-part recap of the year.
This week on Artworks, the Hoosier Raging Grannies, Girls Rock Indianapolis, music of Vlad Dracula, and the Jazz in July hits 20 years.
This week on Artworks, African Ceramic art at home, Jonathan Michaelson on "The Clean House," and the life and times of Early Day Miners.