This week on Artworks:
Bluegrass comes home to celebrate the 100th birthday anniversary of Bill Monroe, and we’ll hear from the author of a new history of the Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival.
Also on the program,
The era of the summer blockbuster might not be at an end, but it’s not just action flicks that are drawing audiences to the theater anymore.
And later Yael Ksander visits the Kinsey Institute to check what’s included in their Sixth Annual Juried Art Show.
Stories On This Episode
By David Johnson - Jun 7, 2011
The tale of the world's longest-running bluegrass music festival.
By Andy Hunsucker - Jun 6, 2011
On this week's episode of A Place for Film, Andy and Jason sit down with Chelsey McKrill again and talk about comedies coming out this summer.
By Rachel Lyon - Jun 2, 2011
To "help foster peace and joy in the community and the world at large" is "just a really great thing."
By George Walker - Jun 7, 2011
The thirty-nine selections are traditional pieces, pieces that Johnny Cash wrote, and pieces by other composers. But they all have his stamp.