This is the first time the awards show will be hosted in New Jersey.
The Matheny Arts Access Program provides the means for disabled artists to bring to fruition works of creativity that are limited by physical impediments.
Women veterans share their diverse experiences in the "I am Not Invisible" exhibit.
For seniors with memory issues, art therapy sessions can increase mindfulness and socialization.
The new Symphony Hall chief brings arts, economic development bona fides to the job.
An augmented reality app lets visitors compare historic images from the postcards to what's in the same location today.
Curators say the art is a conversation starter, a way to get the community talking about waste, recycling and human behavior.
The jazz band is one of 15 finalists nationwide competing at Lincoln Center’s 24th Annual Essentially Ellington High School Band Competition and Festival. Last year, the band came in second -- this ...
The New Jersey Film Tax Credit was reinstated by Gov. Phil Murphy in 2018. It's now booming with a new element: a tax credit to incentivize diversity.
Meet Joseph Bareket, or as you may know him by his artist moniker 'De Yos'.
The Division of Gaming Enforcement gave retail and online sportsbooks in New Jersey the green light for betting on the awards show, but only for 2019.
Rutgers University kicks off a centennial celebration of the performer, activist and athlete's graduation in 1919.
HomeFront provides shelter at a central campus for families without splitting them up. Beyond that, the organization offers services that helps the community with opportunities for employment and ...
The Teaneck International Film Festival deals with the issues of race, gender and the #MeToo movement.
More than 600 people participated in the annual Art Educators of New Jersey conference. It’s an opportunity for teachers from all over the state to share new ideas they can bring back to the ...