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Bedford In 1908, Cold War Cinema, Lora Fosberg

This week we visit the Bedford, Indiana of 1908, view art in unlikely spaces... like a men's room, and explore movies from the Cold War.

This week on Artworks:

We’ll explore the Bedford, Indiana of 1908 as it comes to life in a show at the Lawrence County Museum.
Also on the program,

We’ll turn back the clock again with a trip to the IU Cinema and the upcoming “Cold War Cinema Series” part of Themester 2011: Making War, Making Peace.

Then, visit an unlikely art gallery in Bloomington, the walls of a local gourmet restaurant.

Stories On This Episode

Reflections On ‘Fanfare, Capriccio And Rhapsody’

Conductor John Boyd talks about the Naxos release featuring Indiana State University Wind Ensemble and others.

Friendship Makes For Beautiful Art At Restaurant Tallent

The exhibition of paintings and prints by artist Lora Fosberg is best experienced with foie gras and a glass of Alsatian wine.

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