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African Ceramics, “The Clean House”, Early Day Miners

This week on Artworks, African Ceramic art at home, Jonathan Michaelson on "The Clean House," and the life and times of Early Day Miners.

This week on Artworks,

Professor William Itter is the focus of not one, but two exhibitions on the campus of Indiana University this month. Today he takes Artworks’ Yaël Ksander on a tour of his home and the collection of African ceramics that’s in the spotlight at the IU Art Museum.

Also on the program, the IU Department of Theatre and Dance opens a new show in the Wells-Metz Theare, and stage director Jonathan Michaelson explains how decisions on are made concerning costumes, scenery, light and all the rest.

And Early Day Miners’ Dan Burton tells the story of this indy rock group has held their edge through several different line-ups over the past decade.

Stories On This Episode

Artist as Collector, Collector as Artist: William Itter

Itter Pottery

A show of African ceramics recently donated to the IU Art Museum is currently paired with a retrospective of the donor's own artwork.

IU Theater And Drama Presents ‘The Clean House’

It’s a play that the show’s director Jonathan Michaelsen has called “a funny, very touching play with amazing language.”

Early Day Miners Break New Ground With ‘The Treatment’

Musician Dan Burton reflects on how he keeps things fresh a decade in as ringleader of Bloomington indie institution Early Day Miners.

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