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Art of Chocolate, Claude Cookman, A Time To Plant, Pride Preview 3

This week on Artworks, photographer Claude Cookman, Options for Living's "Art of Chocolate,' A Time to Plant, and a final preview of the Pride Film Fest.

This week on Artworks:

We’ll hear from an Indiana University professor who explains some of the influences behind today’s photojournalism.

Also on the program,

Get your sweet tooth polished and ready for Options for Living’s Art of Chocolate,

Come along on a trip to Spencer County where a farmer’s new book tells the story of his journey back to Indiana,

And we’ll conclude our three-part preview of the 2011 Pride Film Festival with a focus on two entries from new film makers.

Stories On This Episode

Putting The ‘Art’ Into The Art Of Chocolate

Charcoal Drawing By Dan Alexander and Multi Media Painting By Anna Witte

This is the first year The Art of Chocolate has included a juried art show and online auction. Thirty-four local artists have contributed their works.

Cleveland Orchestra Makes IU Auditorium Appearance

Franz Welser-Moest with William Preucil

Cleveland Orchestra concertmaster William Preucil calls Richard Strauss "a great story teller."

‘Riot Acts’ Celebrates Transgender Musical Expression

Madesn Minax shoots footage

Madsen Minax combines his love of music with his love of film making in the new transfabulous rockumentary 'Riot Acts.'

“8: The Mormon Proposition” Reveals Man Behind The Curtain

8: The Mormon Proposition and Director Reed Cowan

The most impactful voice in Reed Cowan's film comes in the form of insider documents from the Mormon Church outlining its decade-long anti-gay campaign.

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