This week: baking and historic preservation—two good things that, it turns out, go great together and a preview of the Indiana Festival Theater 2013 season.
Scottish artist Rowena Comrie's take on the modern sublime in paintings, a preview of this summer’s musical lineup in the People’s Park concert series.
This week, Annie Corrigan talks with a longtime favorite of the Bloomington theater scene as she prepares to leave Indiana.
We've outgrown our normal timeslot, so Artworks expands to a full hour this week.
This week, graphic novelist Nate Powell, cranking the heat with glass art, and Indiana Regionalist painters from the 30s and 40s get their due.
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 look back at city beautification project started in 2008, a new production of Arthur Miller's "The Price, and poet Richard Cecil.
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.
This week on Artworks, rediscovering Rachel Peden, theater from the ground up, 30 years with the Bloomington Playwrigths Project, and flutist Kate Lukas.