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Stop And StART, The Price, Four Horns In Columbus

This week, a look back at city beautification project started in 2008, a new production of Arthur Miller's "The Price, and poet Richard Cecil.

This week on Artworks:

We’ll take a look back at the first installment of our City Beautiful series which began in September 2008 with a project that claimed some municipal structures as artistic canvases.

Also on the program,

A new production of Arthur Miller’s The Price by the Jewish Theatre of Bloomington stars professional actors from Indianapolis and San Francisco.

Horns are in the spotlight at the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic,

And we’ll close the show with our final salute to National Poetry Month.

Stories On This Episode

Stop and StART in Bloomington, Indiana

Over the summer, the City of Bloomington partnered with the Bloomington Area Arts Council to mount a public art project designed to engage local artists, empower youth, and encourage strolling around downtown. And, as WFIU’s Yaël Ksander reports, it dealt with one of the homelier features of the urban landscape that were largely unnoticed by […]

Two Estranged Brothers and an Attic Full of Old Grievances

The Jewish Theatre of Bloomington's production of Arthur Miller’s 1968 play The Price features a cast that includes actors from Indianapolis and San Francisco.

Four Horns Front And Center

My middle school music teacher said I had the lips for the French horn.

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