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 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 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, a local poet earns a Guggenheim, a student filmmaker talks shop, and a classical flutists takes up the Native American cedar flute.
This week, a visit to the new Commons building in Columbus, Indiana, the shape-shifting art of Martha MacLeish, and dancing in the Spring in Bloomington.
This week on Artwork, Dr. Music's Little Band School, violinist Angèle Dubeau and Grieg Festival Young Artist Competition winner, baritone Alan Dunbar.
This week on Artworks, Art Across the Americas, the music of the baroque trombone from ¡Sacabuche!, and street music with Busman’s Holiday.
This week on Artworks, WFIU’s Yaël Ksander speaks with Associate Professor of Fine Arts Osamu James Nakagawa who was recently named a Guggenheim Fellowl. She’ll talk with him about his latest project, capturing images of the “suicide cliff” in Okinawa Japan. Also on the program, WFIU’s Adam Schwartz explores an installation at the Mather’s Museum […]