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MANMADE, Film Criticism, Erol Ozsever, Avenue Of Architects

This week, masculinity in art, the role of film critics, Spanish and Latin guitar, and a trip down Columbus, Indiana's Avenue of Architects.

This week on Artworks-

We’ll continue our tour of the architectural masterpieces that reside in Columbus, Indiana with a trip down the aptly named Avenue of Architects.

Also on the program,

A local art exhibition explores the many aspects of masculinity in a show titled “MANMADE.”

A Bloomington classical guitarist absorbs the flavor of Latin guitar.

And we’ll ponder the role film critics play in this week’s A Place for Film.

Stories On This Episode

Men At Work—And On View—At Pictura Gallery

The new photo exhibition at Bloomington’s pictura gallery shows us just how hard it is to be a man.

A Place for Film – Film Criticism

On this week's episode we invite Craig Simpson from the Lilly to discuss the current state of film criticism.

Music With A Spanish, Portuguese, And English Accent

Our classical recording of the week features the debut CD from guitarist Erol Ozsever.

Columbus Architecture: Avenue Of Architects

1942 marked the beginning of the architectural movement in Columbus, Indiana with the building of the First Christian Church.

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