This week on Artworks, Soul, R&B, Rock, and Blues pioneer, Booker T. Jones. And Annie Corrigan talks with a gardener making works of art from her scraps.
The powwow kicks off a series of activities during National American Indiana Heritage Month.
This week we'll explore Indiana University and the City of Bloomington's 27th Annual Artsweek and it's theme "ArtsTeach."
This week on Artworks, Sherlock Holmes teams up with his wife and a visit to IU's Showalter Fountain and the Wyle House Museum.
We’re off to explore that gem of the I-U Bloomington campus, where rare books are anything but hands-off, and where you bound to discover something unexpected.
This week on Artworks, the American automotive experience, reinventing Shakespeare, and an IU grad tries to make it big in NYC.
This week on Artworks, WFIU’s Yaël Ksander looks back at 50 years of Barbie with two artists who have incorporated the plastic icon into their work. Baritone Timothy Noble speaks to WFIU’s George Walker about his upcoming performance in the Jacobs School’s “The Most Happy Fella.” And explore the 39 years of the Canadian Brass [...]
This week on Artworks we learn what’s up with oboe players and those pesky reeds. We’ll hear from the actors involved in this year’s Reva Shiner Award-winning play. And a conversation with a professor who is trying to teach a computer to follow a conductor gestures.
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.
This week on Artworks, a conversation with composer/performer David Amram. Backstage at Indiana University Opera Theatre’s “La Traviata.” And the concept album-turned-ballet from San Francisco artists, Deerhoof.