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Meridith Wright, Becoming Ray Bradbury, In Plain Sight

This week, the early career of Ray Bradbury, life as a music student, art in dual locations, and your home movies on the big screen.

This week on Artworks:

As part of our Artist in the Making series, Annie Corrigan follows a freshman music student  around for a day to see how she’s handling the rigors of music student life.

Also on the program,

We speak to IUPUI professor Jonathan Eller, whose new book chronicles the early life of science-fiction and fantasy author Ray Bradbury.

Then we’ll visit a current exhibition that literally spans the divide between Ivy Tech’s west side facilities and their Waldron Arts Center in downtown Bloomington.

And break out your old Betamax, VHS, and film reels, its Home Movie Day at the IU Cinema.

Stories On This Episode

Seeing Is Rediscovering What’s Hiding In Plain Sight

Here, delight is camouflaged in the cloak of the everyday, whether you’re waiting for the elevator, trudging down the hall, or scanning a bulletin board.

Columbus Indiana Philharmonic’s Living Legend Season Opener

Charles Webb, happy to be playing, but reluctant to being called a legend.

A Place For Film – Home Movie Day

On this week's episode, we invite grad student James Paasche to talk about Home Movie Day, coming to the IU Cinema October 15th at 3:00pm.

Artist In The Making: Bassoonist Meridith Wright

“It's like I'm in school mode all the time. I'm always feeling like I should be working or doing something,” says freshman bassoon student Meridith Wright.

IUPUI Prof’s New Book: ‘Becoming Ray Bradbury’

The development of science-fiction and fantasy author Ray Bradbury is chronicled in a new book by IUPUI professor Jonathan R. Eller.

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