On this week's episode, we look back at 2011 at the Cinema and on the podcast.
Emily Woodson and Gabe Gloden bring a bit of their own relationship into their roles in "Phoenix."
On this week's episode we're talking to Danielle Head and Graham Walsh about their fascinating student film Lester Kannon.
I would say that Josh and I are interested in the beauty of the sounds that come from our respective instruments....Jeremy Denk
Dances that bring a variety of influences and cultures to the feet..
"We wanted to bring a 'here and now' approach...".Contemporary Dance Director Elizabeth Shea
Sometimes an intense 'hook up' can lead to a worried 'disconnect!'
On this week's episode, we invite the programmers of the City Lights series, James Paasche and Landon Palmer to the studio to discuss the series.
"Girls should have the ability and the education and the information to make logical choices themselves about what they want to do with their bodies."
"As we worked through our grief and loss, we decided to do a special program in [Dr. Betsy Sabga's] honor." Voces Novae Conductor Sue Swaney
Photographer Antonio Bolfo seeks to offer a more nuanced portrait of the life of a police officer assigned to patrol a housing project in the South Bronx.
First time filmmakers Anna Saraceno and Anna Vanderzee were last year's Pride Video Shoot Out winners with their comedy "The Lady Bunch."
While Annie Levy was searching for her own heritage in Latvia, Latvia was searching too.
On this week's episode we're talking to CMCL grad students Mark Benedetti and Natasha Ritsma about the Underground Film Series.
New book pays tribute to David Higgins' four-decade career designing the sets and costumes for the IU Opera and Ballet Theater
This week, we meet Roger Kalia, a doctoral student in orchestral conducting at the Jacobs School of Music.
The game designers at the Bloomington, Indiana tech company Studio Cypher are working to make fundraising online a bit more interactive.
WFIU's featured performer for January: Uriel Segal.
Marietta Simpson, WFIU's featured performer for February.
WFIU's featured contemporary composer for February: Barbara Harbach.