This week on Artworks, percussionist Evelyn Glennie, two MFA students leave their mark, the Jacobs School inaugurates the Seward Organ, and poet Carol Marks.
This week on Artworks, Jazz musician and educator Brent Wallarab, the lost art of letter writing, and the poems of Christopher Citro.
This week on Artworks, award winning young composer Clint Needham, opera conductor Arthur Fagen, a cappella world music ensemble Kaia.
This week on Artworks the "Conservationist Manifesto", "Light in the Piazza" opens at the Summer Music Fest, and a trip to the summer string academy.
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, Bill Monroe Bluegrass Festival in Beanblossom; the new C.B. Fisk Organ in Auer Hall. And what it's like to sing the national anthem.
This week on Artworks, composer Paul SanGregory's Chinese art songs and the Jacobs School of Music's Summer String Academy.
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, veteran stage and screen actor Tim Hardy talks to WFIU’S Adam Schwartz about his recent two-week residency at IUPUI. WFIU’s George Walker discusses the Jacobs School’s upcoming performance of Frank Loesser’s “Most Happy Fella” with professor Timothy Noble. And in part three of our “Church Musicians” series, WFIU’s Annie Corrigan gets up close and personal with world of church organs from organist, composer and professor, Dr. Edwin Penhorwood.
This week on Artworks, author and environmental activist Scott Russell Sanders talks about his book “Conservationist Manifesto” which will be published later this year by Indiana University Press. Also on the program, the West Baden Spring Hotel is filled with the sounds of the Indiana University Jazz Faculty, Peter Noble-Kuchera steps into the “otherworld” of the new film “Coraline,” and we’ll go behind the curtain as we explore what it’s like to prepare for a student recital.