A man is imprisoned in a library to protest banned books; the stars of PBS' "The Hollow Crown" are interviewed; a quadriplegic paints landscapes with a brush in his mouth; welded public art on Tampa Streets.
The modern architecture of CTS is explored plus, "Dr. Film" saves and restores old films.
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....
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.