This week on Artworks, Adam Schwartz visits a stage combat class to find out how they keep it safe but realistic. George Walker speaks with author Maya Angelou about her Artsweek visit to Bloomington. And Annie Corrigan begins her multipart series on church musicians.
Stories On This Episode
By Adam Schwartz - Mar 3, 2009
At Indiana University theater department, where students are taught how to act, sing, and dance, they also learn how to fight on stage and in front of a camera. WFIU's Adam Schwartz visited a stage combat class to learn the secrets of making fake violence look and sound real.
By George Walker - Feb 26, 2009
Poet, historian, author, civil-rights activist, playwright and composer Maya Angelou's March 1st Artsweek appearance is sold out, but you can hear her in a brief as she talked about the arts, politics, creativity and electricity.
By Peter Noble Kuchera - Feb 27, 2009
Peter Noble-Kuchera reviews the third installment of the WTIU documentary focusing on the people and culture of Monroe County, Indiana.
By Annie Corrigan - Mar 3, 2009
It is not often that you run across a church choir as large and diverse as that of the Unitarian Universalists in Bloomington, Indiana. And their musical portfolio is quite diverse as well -- from Bach to a South African freedom song.