Museums nationwide are offering free admission to all active duty, National Guard and Reserve military personnel and their families from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Local businesses like Ocean First Bank, Resources Real Estate and Salon Concrete become temporary art galleries, and join the Red Bank Art Walk — a citywide tour of art.
Some have taken the debris left behind by Hurricane Sandy and turned it into pieces of art to sell and donate.
The former lead vocalist of the 80s Australian band Men at Work Colin Hay is now known by a new generation for his solo work.
With a hand in education, tourism, even public planning, it’s no surprise that the New Jersey’s arts community has an entire day dedicated to making the state a better place through the arts.
Festival founders hope the event’s reach extends to other attractions in Montclair and bolster tourism in the city.
An exhibition now at Morven Museum & Garden proves that the unique beauty of New Jersey’s coast has been a draw for artists since at least the 19th century.
The Broadway play being performed at the Richard Rodgers Theatre chronicles The Rascals band, which got its start in Garfield.
The paintings of Israel Bernbaum tell a horrific story of children in the Holocaust, one that can be seen in a new exhibit at Montclair State University's George Segal Gallery.
The Garden State Film Festival takes over five venues in Asbury Park for four days, offering animated shorts, feature-length films, music videos and PSAs.
The Keyport Historical Society had collected more than 4,000 artifacts, but Hurricane Sandy washed away many of those items.
Life is busy for Christine Ebersole who is based in New Jersey, but travels back and forth to Los Angeles for films and the TV series Sullivan and Son, where she plays “Carol,” a single mom and ...
Creative placemaking, the idea of shaping a community through the arts, is taking place in Bloomfield and Montclair.
Cultivating Sustainable Relationships: A Seton Hall Garden is a Study of the Marriage Between Humans and the Environment
Seton Hall University personnel are using a garden on campus to help students recognize ways to be sustainable and have a healthy relationship with the planet.
After an audience reception befitting of local rock stars, eight high school students waited backstage for their shot at the Poetry Out Loud national championship