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October 9, 2012

 

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Terre Hautes Swope Art Museum Celebrates 70 Years Of American Art

We’ll help Terre Haute’s Swope Art Museum celebrate a milestone. And the IU Opera Theater takes us on a hilarious trip to Paris..

February 28, 2012

 

Sadie Johnson, Esse Quam Videri, Der Rosenkavalier, Jeff Pearce

This week we meet guitarist and Artist in the Making, Sadie Johnson, visit with ambient musician Jeff Pearce, and take a nuanced look at the average Muslim.

October 12, 2010

 

SoFA Garden

African Reinventions, A Gallery Garden, Angela Brown

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.

September 29, 2009

 

The Fatted Calf String Band, Top 5 Jazz Albums, The Ladyquakes!

This week on Artworks, The Fatted Calf String Band, the Top 5 Jazz Albums according to WFIU and the Indiana Daily Student, and the Ladyquakes!

September 22, 2009

 

Clint Needham, Arthur Fagen, Kaia

This week on Artworks, award winning young composer Clint Needham, opera conductor Arthur Fagen, a cappella world music ensemble Kaia.

July 27, 2009

 

Conservationist Manifesto, Light in the Piazza, String Academy 2

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.

April 6, 2009

 

Barbie Art, Timothy Noble, Canadian Brass

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 […]

November 15, 2008

 

City Beautiful: Stop and StART, The Love for Three Oranges, John Terrill

This week on Artworks, part one of our City Beautiful series explores how one Indiana town is turing eyesores into eye candy. We’ll also talk to two members the IU Opera Theatre’s newest production. And an interview with ’80s underground musician, John Terrill.

September 24, 2008

 

David Amram, La Traviata, The Milk Man

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.

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