Coming up, on Artworks, a local author gets resourceful when it turned out that the primary sources for her story had gone missing. WFIU’s Yael Ksander spoke with author Carrol Krause.
Also on the program,
Russian composer Vladimir Ashkenazy talks his life in music with Annie Corrigan during a recent visit to Bloomington.
IUPUI professor Jonathan Eller’s new book chronicles the early life of science-fiction and fantasy author Ray Bradbury.
And one of Mark Twain’s greatest works comes to life in a musical presented by Cardinal Stage Company.
Stories On This Episode
By Annie Corrigan - May 8, 2012
Conductor and pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy stopped by the WFIU studios to tell some stories from his 60 years in the music business.
By Yaël Ksander - May 8, 2012
Everyday life in Bloomington in the 1850s was a drama of scarce water and free-range pigs. The allure for prospective entrepreneurs was not obvious.
By George Walker - May 8, 2012
The Cardinal Stage Company’s production of Roger Miller’s Big River is the culmination of a twenty year love affair for Artistic Director Randy White.
By Adam Schwartz - Oct 7, 2011
The development of science-fiction and fantasy author Ray Bradbury is chronicled in a new book by IUPUI professor Jonathan R. Eller.