This week we wrap up with painter Erin Castellan, visit the Indiana Wine Fair, preview the '12-'13 IU Opera season, talk with two star Jacobs jazz alumni.
This week, set design and game design, an artist prepares to leave academia, and turning chocolate into art.
This week we explore art made together and art with political meaning, we visit the "thin place" known as New Harmony, and the Bloomington Symphony blasts off.
The housing crisis in pictures, a new addition to the live holiday music calendar, checking back in with writer Bre'Anna Robinson, and gray art for winter.
This week, the early career of Ray Bradbury, life as a music student, art in dual locations, and your home movies on the big screen.
This week, speaking public at the Fourth Street Festival, a school frozen in 1942, and career development at the Jacobs School.
This week James MacMillan's "Sun-Dogs," the TED are coming to Bloomington, and the IU Ballet Theaters brings the Big Apple to Indiana.
This week sustainability is our theme as we explore reused and recycled art and the garden as gallery. We'll also hear from soprano Angela Brown.
This week on Artworks, bassoonist Kathleen McLean, author Carmen Benavente, and Brown County Playhouse's "Last Night of Ballyhoo."
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.