“Dr. Film” saves and restores old films; the modern architecture of CTS is explored; Wonderbound brings dance to an unusual audience.
Join guest host, singer London Rose, winner of three NUVO "Best of Indy" awards.
The documentary "Art as Medicine" profiles doctors making life-and-death medical decisions...
The NUVO 2014 Cultural Vision Awards
A special "Arts for Every Age" show: a 71-year old printmaker, a middle school painter, a...
The 75th anniversary of the song "Strange Fruit" is commemorated with a dramatic vignette....
This week a preview of "Story of the Jews," Indianapolis Jewish Film Festival and more.
Steampunk Immersion Weekend brings a science fiction edge to a costumed Victorian Age.
Guest host Jay Stein, a professional rigger, promotional expert, and musician.
The actor who played Scrooge in Indianapolis for 11 years now feeds the hungry every day.
Artists from the Eiteljorg exhibit RED are profiled.
A restored movie theatre in Wabash sparks urban renewal.
Four finalists compete for a $20,000 prize at "Spirit & Place."
An exhibit of "Fearless Furniture" at the Indiana State Museum.
Club Cyberia on Indy's near-Eastside is an eclectic warehouse where science and art merge....
A quadriplegic paints landscapes with a brush in his mouth.
Guest Host Scott Robinson of Buck Creek Players
Guest host Joyce Brinkman of Brick Street poetry is on-location at the Indianapolis Zoo.
Indianapolis burlesque performers raise funds and awareness to fight breast cancer.
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