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Sara Caswell, Arts And Crafts In Indiana, Amplifier II

This week jazz violinist Sara Caswell, the Arts and Crafts movement at the T.C. Steele Historic Site, and the second installment of our Indie music series.

This week on Artworks:

Bloomington native and jazz violinist Sara Caswell talks with David Brent Johnson about her experience touring with Grammy Award-winner Esperanza Spalding.

Also on the program,

Yaël Ksander reports from The House of the Singing Winds, the Brown County home of legendary Indiana painter T.C. Steele, which is currently hosting an exhibition dedicated to the Arts and Crafts movement as it flourished in the Midwest.

Then the Monroe County Civic Theater brings the world of Charles Schultz to the Waldron Auditorium.

And we’ll preview upcoming local concerts from the Indie rock, folk, punk, and hip-hop scenes in our monthly series, Amplifier.

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