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African Reinventions, A Gallery Garden, Angela Brown

This week sustainability is our theme as we explore reused and recycled art and the garden as gallery. We'll also hear from soprano Angela Brown.

This week on Artworks,

Sustainability lies close to home and abroad. Yael Ksander explores an exhibition of objects from the African continent that brings a global perspective to IU’s Fall 2010 Themester

Also on the program, we’ll learn how a Butler University art professor is working with Indiana University’s School of Fine Arts on an exhibition which includes workshops on food preserving, DIY solar cooking, raw food recipes and more!

Then Brent Wallarab talks with Artwork’s David Brent Johnson about a new competition for emerging jazz artists.

And George Walker speaks with IU Alum and up-and-coming opera singer, Angela Brown, who returns for a performance in Bloomington this week.

Stories On This Episode

African Reinventions: Reused Materials In Popular Culture

The show shimmers with the leavings of mass-produced consumer culture—a Fanta bottle cap, a plastic swing tag, a rainbow-striped chunk of flip-flop.

Bringing The Garden Into The Gallery

'Tending a Difficult Hope' is the new edible exhibit at the School of Fine Arts SoFA gallery.

Angela Brown’s ‘Opera From A Sistah’s Point Of View’

IU Alumna Angela Brown returns to Bloomington with her one woman show.

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