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MFA Exhibitions Part II, Evelyn Glennie, Seward Organ Dedication

This week on Artworks, percussionist Evelyn Glennie, two MFA students leave their mark, the Jacobs School inaugurates the Seward Organ, and poet Carol Marks.

Coming up on Artworks, world-renowned percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie.  She’ll talk with us about her amazing career and the importance of listening.

Also on the program, Yaël Ksander visits with two graduate print makers who will be displaying their degree works at IU’s Art Museum and SoFA Gallery.

George Walker sits down with organist Christopher Young as the Jacobs School of Music prepares to inaugurate the new Seward Organ this weekend.

And we’ll wrap up our observance of National Poetry Month with the writings of Carol Marks.

That’s all just ahead on Artworks.


Artworks takes two SPJ awards!

And we’d like to congratulate our production team here at Artworks who brought home two awards in this year’s Society for Professional Journalism contest!

Radio Feature

Stage Combat: “A Little Bit Of Storytelling And Then Safety” – Adam Schwartz

Radio Documentary or Special

Artworks: Arts and the Economy – Annie Corrigan, Yaël Ksander and David Wood

Stories On This Episode

From Reference City to No-Man’s-Land: IU’s MFA Printmakers

Jeremy Sweet’s freewheeling vernacular stands in stark contrast to the cryptic language spoken in his William McMahan’s cryptic "Figure Studies".

Evelyn Glennie: Listening To The Future Of Classical Music

Evelyn Glennie has been the queen of the percussion world for years. She shows no sign of stopping now.

Gala Concerts To Dedicate New IU Seward Organ

One keyboard might be set to trumpet, another to a wood wind sound and the pedals to some of the great low sounds that only the organ can really sound out

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