This week on Artworks, a group of young people from Bloomington, Indiana connect themselves to youth from Guatemala through visual art. Then a look at the early trombone with the director of an award-winning local ensemble that’s trying to broaden the audience for the instrument. And in another installment our “Street Sounds” series, we’ll hear from two brothers who have become a regular fixture at the farmers market and on the sidewalks of Kirkwood avenue.
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - May 19, 2009
Over the last couple of years, a group of young people from Bloomington has gotten pretty familiar with a small town in Guatemala, and its residents.
By David Wood - May 19, 2009
The ensemble "¡Sacabuche!" will appear in this year's Boston and Bloomington Early Music Festivals. Director Linda Pearse tells you what to expect.
By Peter Noble Kuchera - May 18, 2009
Why, with so much talent warming up in the bullpen, did we have to play by the hoary rules of "Fatal Attraction?"
By Josephine McRobbie - May 19, 2009
“We started street singing just around town, and eventually found out that Jiffy Treat was a great place for it on Kirkwood.” - Addison Rogers