This week, Indiana University’s School of Fine Arts Gallery takes their HUB project on the road. A regional theatre presents a revised production of “The Diary of Anne Frank.” And part one of an in-depth look at South-Central Indiana’s many regional orchestras.
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - Oct 20, 2008
During the first weekend in October, passersby may have noticed an architectural anomaly on the lawn outside the McCalla Studio Building in Bloomington, Indiana. The temporary structure housed Phase 2 of the exhibition HUB: A Collaboration of Art and Space. WFIU’s Yaël Ksander spoke with the artists who designed the experimental space and the pieces […]
By Adam Schwartz - Oct 18, 2008
In September, one of the most influential plays of the twentieth century took the stage of Bloomington, Indiana's John Waldron Arts Center. But fans noticed a definite change in the work. With more is WFIU's Adam Schwartz.
By Peter Noble Kuchera - Oct 17, 2008
In the footsteps of the Blair Witch Project cultural phenomenon and the more recent "Cloverfield," the all-handheld "Quarantine" documents a mutant strain of rabies quarantined to an LA apartment building. Unfortunately, its zero-budget set and actors help it utterly fail to be a worthy continuation of the handheld genre.
By Annie Corrigan - Oct 8, 2008
As a student musician, the regional orchestra plays a vital role in developing the skills necessary to succeed. In the first installment of her Regional Orchestras series, arts reporter Annie Corrigan talks to two young musicians who are making the rounds in southern and central Indiana’s ensembles.