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  • Nov 23 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Savion Glover directs New Jersey's most talented kids, ages 8 to 22, in a new show. Recognized as one of the world's most accomplished tap dancers, the Newark native makes a surprise appearance in the show. Artist Janet Taylor Pickett returns to her longtime hometown with “ The Matisse Series” at the Montclair Museum of Art, part of a museum-wide celebration of the French artist. Native American Art is given pride of place at the Newark Museum. Plus, a visit to the Women s Theater Company run by Barbara Krajkowski, mother of the TV and stage star, Jane Krakowski.
  • Nov 26 8:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    We go on location with Pink Martini at the Bergen PAC. Popular with the “NPR" crowd, the band draws on classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, and performs in languages from around the world. Sheena Howard is the first Black woman to win an Eisner award from Comic Con. Meet the Rider University professor and comic book author. Emari DiGiorgio applied to be in a creative writing class with Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn by submitting her high school journal. Fast forward, and she’s now a prize-winning poet herself teaching in the same university, the author of two books, and the host of an open reading series in Atlantic City. Plus, we explore how community and creativity intersect in the Valley Arts District, on the borders of East and West Orange.
  • Nov 27 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    We go on location with Pink Martini at the Bergen PAC. Popular with the “NPR" crowd, the band draws on classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, and performs in languages from around the world. Sheena Howard is the first Black woman to win an Eisner award from Comic Con. Meet the Rider University professor and comic book author. Emari DiGiorgio applied to be in a creative writing class with Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn by submitting her high school journal. Fast forward, and she’s now a prize-winning poet herself teaching in the same university, the author of two books, and the host of an open reading series in Atlantic City. Plus, we explore how community and creativity intersect in the Valley Arts District, on the borders of East and West Orange.
  • Nov 30 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    We go on location with Pink Martini at the Bergen PAC. Popular with the “NPR" crowd, the band draws on classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, and performs in languages from around the world. Sheena Howard is the first Black woman to win an Eisner award from Comic Con. Meet the Rider University professor and comic book author. Emari DiGiorgio applied to be in a creative writing class with Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn by submitting her high school journal. Fast forward, and she’s now a prize-winning poet herself teaching in the same university, the author of two books, and the host of an open reading series in Atlantic City. Plus, we explore how community and creativity intersect in the Valley Arts District, on the borders of East and West Orange.
  • Dec 3 8:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Bell Labs began its Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) in the 1960s with artists like Andy Warhol. Today, EAT continues as Bell Labs scientists collaborate with new artists, including singer-songwriter Beatie Wolfe.. Paper Mill Playhouse is dedicated to the mission of Theater for Everyone. We find out how their new production of “Mary Poppins” was changed to meet special needs. Plus, Jersey (New) Moves matches new choreographers with experienced mentors, and recycling enters the world of fantasy in the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor production of “A Midsummer Night s Dream.”
  • Dec 4 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Bell Labs began its Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) in the 1960s with artists like Andy Warhol. Today, EAT continues as Bell Labs scientists collaborate with new artists, including singer-songwriter Beatie Wolfe.. Paper Mill Playhouse is dedicated to the mission of Theater for Everyone. We find out how their new production of “Mary Poppins” was changed to meet special needs. Plus, Jersey (New) Moves matches new choreographers with experienced mentors, and recycling enters the world of fantasy in the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor production of “A Midsummer Night s Dream.”
  • Dec 7 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Bell Labs began its Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) in the 1960s with artists like Andy Warhol. Today, EAT continues as Bell Labs scientists collaborate with new artists, including singer-songwriter Beatie Wolfe.. Paper Mill Playhouse is dedicated to the mission of Theater for Everyone. We find out how their new production of “Mary Poppins” was changed to meet special needs. Plus, Jersey (New) Moves matches new choreographers with experienced mentors, and recycling enters the world of fantasy in the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor production of “A Midsummer Night s Dream.”
  • Dec 10 8:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Joel Dias-Porter Is an award-winning poet, and formerly a member of the US Air Force, a DJ, and teacher. Joel now lives and writes poetry in Atlantic City where he supports himself, in part, with casino winnings. “Quixote,” by composer Amy Beth Kirsten and director Mark DeChiazza, reimagines the classic with the help of four singing percussionists and video projections. We’re there for the world premiere at Montclair State University’s Peak Performances. State of the Arts takes a trip out to Three Cedars Forge in Bridgeton, New Jersey to get a lesson from a third generation blacksmith, Toby Kroll. Toby mentors Stephen Nuttall, who’s setting up his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport, an historic maritime village featuring traditional artisans. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s special 50th anniversary exhibition.
  • Dec 11 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Joel Dias-Porter Is an award-winning poet, and formerly a member of the US Air Force, a DJ, and teacher. Joel now lives and writes poetry in Atlantic City where he supports himself, in part, with casino winnings. “Quixote,” by composer Amy Beth Kirsten and director Mark DeChiazza, reimagines the classic with the help of four singing percussionists and video projections. We’re there for the world premiere at Montclair State University’s Peak Performances. State of the Arts takes a trip out to Three Cedars Forge in Bridgeton, New Jersey to get a lesson from a third generation blacksmith, Toby Kroll. Toby mentors Stephen Nuttall, who’s setting up his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport, an historic maritime village featuring traditional artisans. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s special 50th anniversary exhibition.
  • Dec 14 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Joel Dias-Porter Is an award-winning poet, and formerly a member of the US Air Force, a DJ, and teacher. Joel now lives and writes poetry in Atlantic City where he supports himself, in part, with casino winnings. “Quixote,” by composer Amy Beth Kirsten and director Mark DeChiazza, reimagines the classic with the help of four singing percussionists and video projections. We’re there for the world premiere at Montclair State University’s Peak Performances. State of the Arts takes a trip out to Three Cedars Forge in Bridgeton, New Jersey to get a lesson from a third generation blacksmith, Toby Kroll. Toby mentors Stephen Nuttall, who’s setting up his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport, an historic maritime village featuring traditional artisans. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s special 50th anniversary exhibition.
  • Dec 18 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts goes behind-the-scenes with the hit musical “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” at the Paper Mill Playhouse. Plus, a look at the new Dustin Hoffman movie inspired by Princeton’s American Boychoir, a studio visit to see and hear Gary DiBenedetto’s electroacoustic kinetic sculptures, and to the Hub City, where the New Brunswick Jazz Project is transforming the scene.
  • Dec 21 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts goes behind-the-scenes with the hit musical “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” at the Paper Mill Playhouse. Plus, a look at the new Dustin Hoffman movie inspired by Princeton’s American Boychoir, a studio visit to see and hear Gary DiBenedetto’s electroacoustic kinetic sculptures, and to the Hub City, where the New Brunswick Jazz Project is transforming the scene.
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