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Judy Dater, ‘Fighting For Road Apples’, Public Radio Music Month

A photographer of people, a WWII refugee, and highlights from a month of live music broadcasts.

  • A woman plays a viola da gamba and a man plays guitar

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    Photo: WFIU/Schwartz

    Erika Rubis and Tomás Lozano perform as part of Public Radio Music Month in April 2013.

  • an elderly woman looks around a tree at a naked woman

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    Photo: Courtesy Judy Dater

    Imogen and Twinka, Yosemite (1974) - Judy Dater

This week on Artworks,

Photographer Judy Dater’s work is currently on display at the Kinsey Institute Gallery as part of the show Face Value: Portraits from the Kinsey Institute. Yael Ksander speaks with Dater about her photographs and her career.

Also on the program, a conversation with a Bloomington author Erika Stevenson about her struggles as a post-World War II refugee found in her book Fighting for Road Apples.

And throughout the hour we’ll listen to highlights of the many live performances that took place in the WFIU studios as part of April’s celebration of Public Radio Music Month.

Stories On This Episode

New Memoir Describes Life As A Post-World War II Refugee

Cover of Fighting for Road Apples

Bloomington author Erika Stevenson discusses her story of childhood survival, Fighting for Road Apples.

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