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David Ebbinghouse, The Forbidden Show, Todd Rundgren

This week on artworks- recycled food packaging, trashy fun for smart people, and rocker Todd Rundgren's trip to the head of the class.

This week on Artworks–

Nell Weatherwax talks about… well… SEX. She’ll be telling stories about just that in The Forbidden Show, playing at the Rose Firebay Theater in early November. Annie Corrigan speaks with her and Diane Kondrat about this show that’s being called ‘trashy fun for smart people.’

Also on the program,

Yaël Ksander continues her search for sustainable art with a trip to an unlikely viewing space— a kitchen supply store.

Then the Indiana University’s Union Board presents a student-directed performance of “The Wiz”,

And a finally, producer, rocker, and singer-songwriter Todd Rundgren takes up a teaching post. We’ll hear an interview from his visit earlier this year to Depauw University.

Stories On This Episode

David Ebbinghouse: Bringing Art Down To Earth

It’s easy to connect with these pieces, since we have an quotidian relationship with the materials Ebbinghouse uses—candy wrappers, egg cartons, pull-tabs.

The Forbidden Show: Trashy Fun For Smart People

The Forbidden Show's bawdy subject matter challenges audiences to leave their PC sensibilities at the door. Can Bloomington handle it?

Professor Todd: Pop’s Maverick Rocks Campus Gig

Having ricocheted from pure pop to prog rock and everywhere in between, Todd Rundgren has taken another unexpected turn—into the academic world.

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