Spellbinding Documentary, Conservationist Meg Lowman, Indiana Writers Center Moves, Norbert Krapf's New Book, and Librarians Deal with Orphaned Media
This week, a documentary about a crime that held Indianapolis spellbound in 1977, conservationist Meg Lowman, and how librarians deal with music on formats that are no longer supported*. We'll also learn about the Indiana Writers Center's new home, and talk with Indiana's first Poet Laureate about his new book that pairs Walt Whitman verse with Bible passages.
This week, a golf course designer who's also a photographer - or maybe the other way around - a poet who literally traced her ancestors' footsteps, a woman who wants to change the world for women and girls, the Harrison Center's new mission, and Butler University's MFA outreach programs.
This week, how Julie Kern the banker became Satch the artist, how engineers and fiber artists decided to collaborate, how Dorothy Alig got her work in the new Cummins Building, that era when Indy had a booming funk and soul scene, and a show and sale of 4,000 works of clay.
This week on The Art of the Matter, we'll celebrate the winter holidays with local music and spoken word by artists including Norbert Krapf, Marc Allan, Melissa Fraterrigo, Kaveh Akbar, Gary Walters, Becky Archibald, Monika Herzig, Buselli-Wallarab Jazz Orchestra, and many more.