In our new series, we’ll introduce you to the many incredible artists in Indiana. From sculture artists to fire dancers, join us as we profile some our most talented Hoosier neighbors.
After years in the arts and cultural community of Bloomington, Marc Tschida decided to start his own business: celebrating Bloomington scenes through puzzles!
After twenty years as a master carver, Galloway's work can be seen across the country, including the iconic Times Square Building and the National Cathedral.
After learning the delicate art of origami as a child, Jiangmei Wu set upon a path of combining folded paper with extraordinary interior design.
For character designer, Bob Wolanin, the imagination is more than a fanciful place; it's a livelihood that has led to designs for such productions as Avenue Q.
Jack Brubaker has taken the ancient art of blacksmithing and transformed it into a beautiful world of modern art; now, his pieces can be seen across the nation.
Sculptor James Campbell visits the Weekly Special studio to give an update on his artistic endeavors, as well as provide information on the Open Studios Tour.
Performance artist, Molly Wyldfyre, describes the allure of poi, or fire dancing; learn about the immense hours and discipline it takes to master the craft.
In 1996, Amy Brier helped create the Indiana Limestone Symposium; now twenty years later, she continues to teach the incredible process of stone sculpture.
For painter Dawn Adams, art has not only been an outlet, it has been life-affirming. Today, Adams strives to create peaceful worlds within watercolors.
Director John Bower introduces the Indiana Artisan organization, founded in 2008 as a collaborative art and economic development program for Hoosier artists.