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November 17, 2009

 

Depression-Era Photographs, IU Costume Studio, Church Musicians 3

This week on Artworks, photos from the Farm Securities Administration of the '30s, a trip the IU Costume Studio, and a trip to the organ loft!

May 5, 2009

 

Osamu James Nakagawa, “Find a Fable, Tell a Tale”, The Hold Steady

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 […]

March 23, 2009

 

Photographs of Hiroshi Sugimoto, David Bowden, The Mountain Goats

This week on ArtworksYaël Ksander explores the work of Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto currently on display at the IU Art Museum. Also on the program, George Walker learns about the difficulties of Beethoven’s great choral work from conductor David Bowden. Then Peter Noble-Kuchera simplifies the world of new home theater technologies for those of you wondering whether to make the plunge. And Josephine McRobbie speaks with John Darnielle, the man behind indie rock group “The Mountain Goats.”

December 27, 2008

 

McClellan Street, The Day the World Stood Still, In Line

This week on Artworks, the story behind a photo journal of Fort Wayne, Indiana in the 1970s and an author who puts young people in contact with the Middle East through her writing.

July 2, 2008

 

David Miller, WALL-E, and Steven Winter

David Brent Johnson interviews jazz musician and promoter David Miller. Peter Noble-Kuchera reviews Pixar’s “WALL-E.” And Adam Schwartz talks to National Geographic photojournalist Steven Winter about angry rhinos and the first words he learns in a new country.

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