IU's Jacobs School of Music offers tips for high school auditioners; painter George Ames Aldrich is revived; Men At Work frontman Colin Hay plays Indianapolis.
The allure of painting on-site has captured another generation of Hoosier artists, whose work is currently represented in Painting Indiana 3: Heritage Of Place.
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..
We’ll get toe-tapping with members of the White Lightning Boys as they perform some of their flavor of bluegrass in the studio.
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, what it takes to be a producer, making art with feed sacks, the creative process as an MFA student, and an exciting, albeit drowsy, ballet.
This week, we speak with Artist In The Making Erin Castellan, poet Nikky Finney and director Gavin Cameron-Webb. And, Twisted Limb and Upland join forces.
This week on Artworks, Yaël Ksander speaks with a Bloomington, Indiana artist whose works are currently on exhibit in New York City’s First Street Gallery. George Walker asks legendary singer-songwriter Joan Baez what she’s learned over 50 years of performing. And we’ll meet Daniel Stein, one of the winners of the first ever YouTube Symphony Contest.