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Miller House And Gardens, James Naremore, Creative Aging

This week we welcome IU Cinema's podcast "A Place for Film" to the family, Annie Corrigan visits a historic home in Columbus, Indiana, and aging gets creative.

This week the Artworks family grows a little larger as we welcome the IU Cinema podcast “A Place for Film” on board. In our first installment, hosts Andy Hunsucker and Jason Thompson will talk with IU Professor of Film Studies, James Naremore.

Also on the program,

Architecture buffs finally have the chance to view a particular gem of modernist design in Columbus, Indiana. Annie Corrigan goes on a tour of the Miller Home & Gardens and finds out how the family worked with three famed designers to create their dream home.

And Yaël Ksander pays a visit to the John Waldron Art Center, where two exhibitions showcasing art made by those of a certain age are helping to inaugurate the city’s Creative Aging Festival.

Stories On This Episode

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Drawing On Experience: The Art Of A Certain Age

After retiring from careers in arts-related fields, two exhibitors agree that making art now allows them to connect with something essential at their core.

Miller House And Gardens: A Gem Of Modernism

A jewel in the crown of Columbus, Indiana’s architecture scene is now open to the public.

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