We speak with photographer Mark Kidd, whose show "Long Term Parking" is currently on view, and examine the value of non-profit status for an arts organization.
When and why does a conductor choose to focus on being an educator rather than a "maestro?" Cliff Colnot tells Annie Corrigan on this week's Artworks.
This week, designers get creative with condoms, Althea Crome knits tiny clothea, Robert Black talks about the bass and Bloomington Fading does art on Facebook.
This week we set our sights on the PRIDE Film Festival, Julia Karr discusses "Truth," Voces Novae sings of healing, and the NYPD in pictures.
This week, how the IU Soul Revue prepares for its 40th season, a community observes the Day of the Dead, and Dennis James accompanies a classic horror film.
This week, a photographer's Jekyll and Hyde lifestyle, inside the Black Film Center Archive, and unearthing history at the Wylie House Museum.
This week we'll wrap up our architecture tour of Columbus, Indiana, sample an vast collection of amateur photography, and visit the Hooiser Raging Grannies.
This week "a mystery photographic exhibition" at the Monroe Bank Gallery, and the life and career of a Nashville, Indiana singer-songwriter.
This week on Artworks, a student-lead exhibition of photography with a reputation, Krista Detor kicks off the holiday season, and art from feed sacks.
This week- photographing the last taboos at the Kinsey Gallery, rock 'n roll artist Joel Washington, and the long-lost art of letter writing.