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Summer Quest 2010, IU Summer Music Fest, Buddhist Cultural Center

Beat the heat with look at some summer happenings including the IU Summer Music Fest, 2010 Summer Quest, and Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center's art.

It’s summer time, but that doesn’t mean things slow down in the arts world. This week we’ll offer several options to help you beat the heat.

First, enjoy the thrill of the hunt as we embark on the The Alliance of Bloomington Museums’ 2010 Summer Quest.

Then check out the IU Summer Music Festival. We’ll get the scoop from a group of music students taking part in the performances.

And finally, the Dalai Lama’s most recent visit to Bloomington brought hundreds of visitors seeking his words of wisdom. And while it’s a frequent pit stop for His Holiness, Bloomington is also home to a fair share of Buddhist art. Megan Meyer explores this hidden Bloomington gem.

That’s all coming up on Artworks.

Stories On This Episode

Summer Quest: A Safari In One’s Own Backyard

The Summer Quest is a chance to uncover the wonders of the world - animal, vegetable and mineral - without ever leaving the comforts of Bloomington.

IU Summer Music Festival: An Orchestral Preview By Four Students

As the Indiana University Summer Music Festival ramps up, we take a sneak peak at the Festival Orchestra concerts through the eyes of four student musicians.

Reclaiming Summer: Thursdays At Boxcar Events Series

Boxcar Books presents musical performances, film screenings, and discussion forums as part of their "Thursdays at Boxcar" event series.

A Home For Buddhist Art In Indiana

While it’s a frequent pit stop for His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Bloomington is also home to a fair share of Buddhist art.

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