Art Keith Knight: Cartoonist Turned Activist By Jon Norton • Oct 5, 2018 Keith Knight Award-winning cartoonist Keith Knight's focus on racial profiling, police brutality, and race relations have many pegging him as a social activist. IWU Creator's 'Red Thread' Ties Art To Life By Laura Kennedy • Oct 4, 2018 Laura Kennedy / WGLT In Grace Sheese’s artwork, rabbits, squirrels and other animals frolic around ceramic cups. Yet under the whimsy, the artist has a powerful message about connection to share. Central Illinois Blacksmiths Forge A Return Of Iron Age Craft By Mary Cullen • Oct 2, 2018 Jeff Smudde / WGLT From medieval weapons to farming tools to hand railings and wall hangings, blacksmithing is actually thought to have started around 1,500 B.C. in the Middle East. The Beat Goes On In New Poetry Collection By Laura Kennedy • Sep 25, 2018 Laura Kennedy / WGLT Concerts from long, long ago are more than just memories for scholar and poet Tim Hunt. Photographer Focuses On The Extraordinary Ordinary By Laura Kennedy • Sep 13, 2018 Laura Kennedy / WGLT "I just wanted to spend time with family and friends, trying to figure out what kind of relationship could happen if I put a camera between us." Young Artists Explore Community With Bloomington Mural Project By Ryan Denham • Jul 15, 2018 Jeff Smudde / WGLT Inside the Constitution Trail tunnel under Washington Street in Bloomington, young artist Eden Warner painted a giant letter “B” with lots of green trees.