April 20 & 23, 2015


LaToya Ruby Frazier’s work is poetic, personal, and political, often featuring members of her own family. She was one of the youngest artists featured in the 2012 Whitney Biennial and she’s become internationally renowned since. Also, meet Stephen Dunn: the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet talks about the master class he teaches at Stockton College. And, State of the Arts takes a visit to the studio of contemporary embroiderer Erin Endicott and to a performance by the Westminster Choir at Princeton University's historic Alexander Hall.

Upcoming State of the Arts Air Dates

  • NJTV LaToya Ruby Frazier at the Whitney, poet Stephen Dunn, and Westminster Choir Monday, Apr. 20 5:30am
  • NJTV LaToya Ruby Frazier at the Whitney, poet Stephen Dunn, and Westminster Choir Thursday, Apr. 23 11:30pm
  • NJTV Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable Monday, Apr. 27 5:30am
  • NJTV Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable Thursday, Apr. 30 11:30pm

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