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Organist Cameron Carpenter, Mongolian and Tibetan Art, Al Cobine

This week speaking truth to the king of instruments, the art of Mongolia and Tibet, and the working relationship between Al Cobine and IU's Singing Hoosiers.


Photo: Diamond Cutter Sutra

The IU Art Museum displays artwork of Mongolia and Tibet

This week on Artworks:

Organ soloist Cameron Carpenter has some big ideas for how to change the way the organ is perceived.

Also on the program,  the IU Art Museum welcomes an exhibition detailing the art of Mongolia and Tibet,

David Brent Johnson remembers Al Cobine through his work with the Singing Hoosiers,

And George Walker explores the Edgewood Masqued Crafter’s latest production, Twelve Angry Men.

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Organist Cameron Carpenter Has Some Suggestions For The King

Organist Cameron Carpenter

The king of instruments has a vibrant, young soloist changing the way the organ is perceived. Cameron Carpenter aims to shake the organ out of the choir loft.

By The Glow Of A Yak-Butter Lamp: Arts Of Mongolia And Tibet

Tiger-shaped Plaque

For the uninitiated viewer, hellish figures with bulging eyes, flaming hair, and necklaces strung with human heads might be somewhat alienating.

No Easy Decisions In ‘Twelve Angry Men’

Reginald Rose’s Twelve Angry Men is a taut courtroom drama. Following the charge from the judge, all the action takes place in the jury room.

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