Since 1999, The Art of the Matter has connected public radio listeners to the central Indiana arts community, presenting lively stories and interviews about the creative work that abounds in our region. In 2013, hosts Sharon Gamble and Travis DiNicola bring these stories of the diverse arts and cultural scene to television, and through enhanced multimedia presentation, to the digital world as well.Visit The Art of the Matter Website
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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."
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