This week on Artworks,
South-central Indiana played a pivotal role in the nineteenth century in establishing an artistic presence outside of the East Coast. The efforts of those artists, including Hoosier native T.C. Steele, are recorded in a new book from Indiana University Press. We’ll hear from author Rachel Berenson Perry.
Also on the program, George Walker reviews the Cardinal Stage Company’s production of Inherit the Wind.
And musician David Miller talks about jazz in Bloomington as the Jazz Fables concert series, which he helped found, celebrates 20 years this season.
Stories On This Episode
By George Walker - Sep 8, 2009
Chicago-based actors Ernsest Perry, Jr and Danny Goldring are like a couple of old lions in their roles based on William Jennings Bryan and Clarence Darrow.
By David Johnson - Jul 1, 2008
There's plenty of live jazz in Bloomington, Indiana on any given night. And if you're in the audience, there's a good chance one local musician is either playing or promoting that music you're hearing. That figure is trumpeter and veteran of the local Bloomington jazz scene, David Miller. Miller spoke with WFIU's David Brent Johnson about his experiences since coming to Bloomington in the mid-1960s.