This week, a native son of Terre Haute is honored for his musical contribution to Indiana, and a fish takes children on a tour of Bloomington in a new book.
On this week’s show, Emily Levin performs excerpts from her competition repertoire, and a local group of hula hoopers demonstrate their hoopmaking skills.
This week, silent and early talking film buffs gather in Bloomington, Crossroad Rep. Theatre gets underway for the summer, and a local arts icon is remembered.
This week, Ozark fiddler Betse Ellis talks about touring solo and her new CD, and actor John C. Reilly tries his hand as full-time musician.
A Jacobs School workshop helps performers embrace their stage fright, and the award-winning composer Joan Tower discusses her music and career.
This week: baking and historic preservation—two good things that, it turns out, go great together and a preview of the Indiana Festival Theater 2013 season.
Scottish artist Rowena Comrie's take on the modern sublime in paintings, a preview of this summer’s musical lineup in the People’s Park concert series.
A photographer of people, a WWII refugee, and highlights from a month of live music broadcasts.
One of classical music’s greatest cellists ever has passed away. We'll profile Starker’s career and the legacy he leaves behind.
This week a Bloomington feline becomes the focus of a documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival, and members of Salaam perform in the studio.