Originating from The Netherlands, the Bloomington-based quintet Dietrich Jon, led by singer Diederik Van Wassanaer, combines 70's glam disco with Americana.
Over 100 years after his death, James Whitcomb Riley remains one of Indiana's most famous literary figures and will be profiled on WTIU's latest documentary.
Ellise Smith's journey as a writer began in Detroit, Michigan before moving to Bloomington, Indiana. She performs her original poem, "Where I Belong."
After receiving a doctorate in plant sciences, Martina Celerin worked as a molecular geneticist at IU before re-discovering here artistic roots in 2002.
Rising country star Jake Dodds, accompanied by guitarist Chris McConnell, perform "Slow," an original composition from Dodds' deput EP release, "The Debut."
Started as a solo songwriting project by Amy Oelsner, Amy O has evolved into a full band; they perform “Sunday Meal,” featured on their upcoming album Elastic.
Started as a solo songwriting project by Amy Oelsner, Amy O has evolved into a full band; they perform “Arrow,” the title track from their album, Arrow.
Started as a solo songwriting project in 2004 by singer/songwriter Amy Oelsner, Amy O has evolved into a full band featuring energetic songs and sharp lyrics.
Earth Eats’ Annie Corrigan joins Chef Orr at FARMBloomington as he introduces a surprising gluten-free, vegetarian alternative to your favorite pasta dish!
Earth Eats' Annie Corrigan meets with a local gardener, and IU doctorate candidate, who has taken a unique approach to sustainability and green living.