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June 14, 2011


First Christian Church, Columbus, IN

MANMADE, Film Criticism, Erol Ozsever, Avenue Of Architects

This week, masculinity in art, the role of film critics, Spanish and Latin guitar, and a trip down Columbus, Indiana's Avenue of Architects.

May 17, 2011


miller house

Miller House And Gardens, James Naremore, Creative Aging

This week we welcome IU Cinema's podcast "A Place for Film" to the family, Annie Corrigan visits a historic home in Columbus, Indiana, and aging gets creative.

April 12, 2011


Low Road Gallery, Smithsonian Jazz Anthology, Keith Leonard

This week, Greencastle's shoe store turned art gallery, how to select the 100 best jazz albums, and poetry by Keith Leonard.

April 5, 2011



Vincent, Tallent Gallery, Shot By Warhol, Wandering Book Artists

This week, a tale of two Vincents, another unlikely art gallery, Warhol's photographs, and art books on the road.

October 26, 2010



David Ebbinghouse, The Forbidden Show, Todd Rundgren

This week on artworks- recycled food packaging, trashy fun for smart people, and rocker Todd Rundgren's trip to the head of the class.

October 19, 2010


ghost stories

Ghost Story Fest, Reinvention In Martinsville, Music For Rumi

This week, the Festival of Ghost Stories, recycled art in Martinsville, IN, and a local musician is inspired by the words of 13th century Sufi poet.

September 28, 2010



Nature And Nuture, Joel Washington, Letter Writing

This week- photographing the last taboos at the Kinsey Gallery, rock 'n roll artist Joel Washington, and the long-lost art of letter writing.

June 29, 2010


Evelyn Glennie, Guy With A Pearl Earring, Charles M. Schulz

Coming up this week, percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie, a new book about "Peanuts" creator Charles M. Schulz, and a gender bending art at the Kinsey Institute.

May 17, 2010


The God of the Hive, The Showalter Fountain, Wylie House

This week on Artworks, Sherlock Holmes teams up with his wife and a visit to IU's Showalter Fountain and the Wyle House Museum.

November 3, 2009


Morton Bradley, Clay Potters’ Guild, John Waldron Arts Center

This week on Artworks, a journey into the life of artist Morton Bradley, showcasing local ceramic arts, and a glimpse inside the John Waldron Arts Center.

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