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  • Aug 22 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    People and Stories uses literature to enrich, transform, and improve the lives of peoples in prisons, homeless shelters, youth corp programs, libraries, and senior centers. We go behind the scenes with this remarkable Trenton-based organization. The International Center of Photography has a museum on the Bowery, but the heart of the ICP is in their vast archives at Mana Contemporary in Jersey City. State of the Arts travels from Harlem to Ellis Island with the Nai-Chen Dance Company for the Imagine Ellis Island Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Festival. And, the NJ Arts Annual at Atlantic City s Noyes Arts Garage.
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  • Aug 24 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Savion Glover directs a show featuring New Jersey's most talented kids, ages 8 to 22. One of the world's most accomplished tap dancers, the Newark native makes a surprise appearance in the show at NJPAC. Artist Janet Taylor Pickett returned to her hometown with “The Matisse Series” at the Montclair Museum of Art. 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 TV and stage star, Jane Krakowski.
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  • Aug 26 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Savion Glover directs a show featuring New Jersey's most talented kids, ages 8 to 22. One of the world's most accomplished tap dancers, the Newark native makes a surprise appearance in the show at NJPAC. Artist Janet Taylor Pickett returned to her hometown with “The Matisse Series” at the Montclair Museum of Art. 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 TV and stage star, Jane Krakowski.
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  • Aug 29 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Savion Glover directs a show featuring New Jersey's most talented kids, ages 8 to 22. One of the world's most accomplished tap dancers, the Newark native makes a surprise appearance in the show at NJPAC. Artist Janet Taylor Pickett returned to her hometown with “The Matisse Series” at the Montclair Museum of Art. 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 TV and stage star, Jane Krakowski.
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  • Aug 31 7:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable
    A touching profile of the realist painter Mel Leipzig, filmed over three years by his friend and neighbor Eric Schultz. Leipzig’s works can be found at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the White House Collection, and many other private collections. Mel Leipzig loves to paint. Although he’s well past the time most people retire, he continues to do so constantly. He can’t stop.
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  • Sep 2 5:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable
    A touching profile of the realist painter Mel Leipzig, filmed over three years by his friend and neighbor Eric Schultz. Leipzig’s works can be found at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the White House Collection, and many other private collections. Mel Leipzig loves to paint. Although he’s well past the time most people retire, he continues to do so constantly. He can’t stop.
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  • Sep 5 11:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable
    A touching profile of the realist painter Mel Leipzig, filmed over three years by his friend and neighbor Eric Schultz. Leipzig’s works can be found at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the White House Collection, and many other private collections. Mel Leipzig loves to paint. Although he’s well past the time most people retire, he continues to do so constantly. He can’t stop.
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  • Sep 14 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
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  • Sep 16 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
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  • Sep 19 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
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  • Sep 21 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    A new play by the McCarter Theatre’s Emily Mann explores the life of Gloria Steinem, the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's, and, in Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. And more.
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THIRTEEN
  • Aug 25 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Savion Glover directs a show featuring New Jersey's most talented kids, ages 8 to 22. One of the world's most accomplished tap dancers, the Newark native makes a surprise appearance in the show at NJPAC. Artist Janet Taylor Pickett returned to her hometown with “The Matisse Series” at the Montclair Museum of Art. 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 TV and stage star, Jane Krakowski.
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  • Sep 1 11:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable
    A touching profile of the realist painter Mel Leipzig, filmed over three years by his friend and neighbor Eric Schultz. Leipzig’s works can be found at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the White House Collection, and many other private collections. Mel Leipzig loves to paint. Although he’s well past the time most people retire, he continues to do so constantly. He can’t stop.
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  • Sep 15 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
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ALL ARTS
  • Aug 26 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Savion Glover directs a show featuring New Jersey's most talented kids, ages 8 to 22. One of the world's most accomplished tap dancers, the Newark native makes a surprise appearance in the show at NJPAC. Artist Janet Taylor Pickett returned to her hometown with “The Matisse Series” at the Montclair Museum of Art. 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 TV and stage star, Jane Krakowski.
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  • Aug 26 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Savion Glover directs a show featuring New Jersey's most talented kids, ages 8 to 22. One of the world's most accomplished tap dancers, the Newark native makes a surprise appearance in the show at NJPAC. Artist Janet Taylor Pickett returned to her hometown with “The Matisse Series” at the Montclair Museum of Art. 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 TV and stage star, Jane Krakowski.
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  • Aug 26 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Savion Glover directs a show featuring New Jersey's most talented kids, ages 8 to 22. One of the world's most accomplished tap dancers, the Newark native makes a surprise appearance in the show at NJPAC. Artist Janet Taylor Pickett returned to her hometown with “The Matisse Series” at the Montclair Museum of Art. 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 TV and stage star, Jane Krakowski.
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  • Aug 28 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Savion Glover directs a show featuring New Jersey's most talented kids, ages 8 to 22. One of the world's most accomplished tap dancers, the Newark native makes a surprise appearance in the show at NJPAC. Artist Janet Taylor Pickett returned to her hometown with “The Matisse Series” at the Montclair Museum of Art. 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 TV and stage star, Jane Krakowski.
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  • Aug 28 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Savion Glover directs a show featuring New Jersey's most talented kids, ages 8 to 22. One of the world's most accomplished tap dancers, the Newark native makes a surprise appearance in the show at NJPAC. Artist Janet Taylor Pickett returned to her hometown with “The Matisse Series” at the Montclair Museum of Art. 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 TV and stage star, Jane Krakowski.
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  • Aug 28 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Savion Glover directs a show featuring New Jersey's most talented kids, ages 8 to 22. One of the world's most accomplished tap dancers, the Newark native makes a surprise appearance in the show at NJPAC. Artist Janet Taylor Pickett returned to her hometown with “The Matisse Series” at the Montclair Museum of Art. 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 TV and stage star, Jane Krakowski.
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  • Sep 2 5:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable
    A touching profile of the realist painter Mel Leipzig, filmed over three years by his friend and neighbor Eric Schultz. Leipzig’s works can be found at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the White House Collection, and many other private collections. Mel Leipzig loves to paint. Although he’s well past the time most people retire, he continues to do so constantly. He can’t stop.
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  • Sep 2 10:30 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    State of the Arts
    Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable
    A touching profile of the realist painter Mel Leipzig, filmed over three years by his friend and neighbor Eric Schultz. Leipzig’s works can be found at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the White House Collection, and many other private collections. Mel Leipzig loves to paint. Although he’s well past the time most people retire, he continues to do so constantly. He can’t stop.
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  • Sep 2 3:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable
    A touching profile of the realist painter Mel Leipzig, filmed over three years by his friend and neighbor Eric Schultz. Leipzig’s works can be found at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the White House Collection, and many other private collections. Mel Leipzig loves to paint. Although he’s well past the time most people retire, he continues to do so constantly. He can’t stop.
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  • Sep 4 5:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable
    A touching profile of the realist painter Mel Leipzig, filmed over three years by his friend and neighbor Eric Schultz. Leipzig’s works can be found at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the White House Collection, and many other private collections. Mel Leipzig loves to paint. Although he’s well past the time most people retire, he continues to do so constantly. He can’t stop.
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  • Sep 4 10:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable
    A touching profile of the realist painter Mel Leipzig, filmed over three years by his friend and neighbor Eric Schultz. Leipzig’s works can be found at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the White House Collection, and many other private collections. Mel Leipzig loves to paint. Although he’s well past the time most people retire, he continues to do so constantly. He can’t stop.
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  • Sep 4 3:00 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable
    A touching profile of the realist painter Mel Leipzig, filmed over three years by his friend and neighbor Eric Schultz. Leipzig’s works can be found at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the White House Collection, and many other private collections. Mel Leipzig loves to paint. Although he’s well past the time most people retire, he continues to do so constantly. He can’t stop.
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  • Sep 16 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
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  • Sep 16 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
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  • Sep 16 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
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  • Sep 18 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
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  • Sep 18 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
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  • Sep 18 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
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