In the premiere of our "What's in a Picture" series, we explore the hidden history of Vigée Le Brun's "Portrait of Mrs. Chinnery," at the IU Art Museum.
The Weekly Special visits the incredible Carmel-based Museum of Miniature Houses to explore over 600 miniatures, from houses to individual artistic pieces.
IU Art Museum Director, Heidi Gealt, joins us to provide details on the "Three Remarkable Women" exhibit, featuring Le Brun's "Portrait of Mrs. Chinnery."
The Weekly Special visits Santa Claus, Indiana, to see the world's oldest Santa Claus statue and learn more about this amazing restoration project!
We take to the streets to explore the art of Mike Burchfield, a Bloomington-based graffiti artist creating large-scale murals for the community at large.
Join Little Indiana’s Jessica Nunemaker as she explores the town of Vevay, the home of the first commercial winery in the U.S.
Local artist James Campbell joins us for our first Expressions segment! From books to berets, Campbell's art inspires viewers to look at objects in a new way.
Tom Roznowski hosts this evocative new series that transports "The Weekly Special" back in time. "The Picnic" examines the history of the Cirkut Camera.
Monika Herzig joins us in the studio to discuss musician David Baker. Plus, a look at how others in our community are working to preserve artistic history.
A visit with world-renowned wildlife artist William Zimmerman, a performance from April Eight and other December delights.