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Holographic, Instant Gratification, One-Hour Art, Kelsey Adams II

This week - new music out of the concert hall, a short film challenge, speedy exhibitions, and a trip to the faculty advisor.

This week, on Artworks:

Composer Jeremy Podgursky and  conductor Ben Bolter spearhead a new group whose aim it is to bring contemporary art music to non-traditional venues around the area.

Also on the program,

Are you up to the Instant Gratification movie challenge? Mia Partlow speaks with the filmmaker behind the project.

Not much time for art? The IU Art Museum meets you half way with One-Hour Exhibitions.

And as part of our Artist in the Making series, we’ll check back in with creative writing student Kelsey Adams during a visit with her faculty thesis advisor.

Stories On This Episode

Holographic: New Music In New Places

rainbow from a prism

Co-founders Jeremy Podgursky and Ben Bolter are taking contemporary music out of the concert hall and into a local high school and a rock club.

DIY On A Deadline: Instant Gratification Film Challenge

screenshot of Eric Ayotte movie

Every month Eric Ayotte chooses a theme, sends it out on Facebook, and encourages people to make a movie—any kind of movie.

Art for One Hour

Nan Brewer lectures to participants at the One-Hour Exhibition

Artworks' Adam Schwartz attends a One-Hour Exhibition of rarely-seen chiaroscuro woodcuts at the IU Art Museum.

Artist In The Making: Kelsey Adams And Tony Ardizzone

Locks on a bridge in Florence

"What does it mean to live? It means to be alive. It means to dance because you can. It means to celebrate."

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