This week on Artworks, summertime heat has the residents of south central Indiana headed for the lakes and pools. They’re also in search of a cool treat to take the edge off of those sweltering afternoons. We’ll visit an ice cream parlor that is bringing back the good old days of sodas and ice cream in a unique setting.
Also on the program, pianist Jonathan Biss talks to us about his upcoming benefit concert as part of the 2009 IU Summer Music Festival.
And WFIU’s Adam Schwartz speaks to a former Indiana University professor who has turned the experience of his mother into a short story.
Stories On This Episode
By Adam Schwartz - Jul 2, 2009
IU Professor Emeritus Harry M. Geduld tells how he turned a his mother's frightening real-life experience into a short story by mixing fact and invention.
By George Walker - Jul 1, 2009
I hear things that I never knew the piano could produce. It’s pretty exciting to hear something new from an instrument that I’ve been playing for twenty years.
By David Wood - Jun 4, 2009
The Indiana University Art Museum celebrates Limestone Month with four rare watercolor paintings by noted Hoosier artist, Otto Stark.
By Annie Corrigan - Jul 2, 2009
On a summer day, there's nothing like an ice cream sundae. At Zaharako's, you take a trip back to the turn of the century while eating a sweet treat.