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  • Jul 9 11:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Meet artist Will Kasso as he exhibits at Artworks in his hometown of Trenton and visit some of his many murals in the city. The East Lynne Theater Company’s “A Year in the Trenches” is based on the WWI memoir of New Jersey soldier Charles Edward Dilkes. Photographer Robin Schwartz explores the human/animal bond through images of her daughter in her book “Amelia & the Animals.” And, recent Rutgers graduate Jessica Dotson and her brother Kyle debuted a musical at the New York Theater Festival about siblings who lose each other during an urban riot.
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  • Jul 11 7:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her children's book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
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  • Jul 13 5:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her children's book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
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  • Jul 16 11:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her children's book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
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  • Jul 18 7:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, about the feminist icon Gloria Steinem, written by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. In Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist painter Julie Heffernan.
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  • Jul 20 5:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, about the feminist icon Gloria Steinem, written by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. In Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist painter Julie Heffernan.
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  • Jul 23 11:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, about the feminist icon Gloria Steinem, written by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. In Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist painter Julie Heffernan.
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  • Jul 25 7:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach and we meet the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
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  • Jul 27 5:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach and we meet the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
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  • Jul 30 11:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach and we meet the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
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  • Aug 1 7:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Joel Dias-Porter Is an award-winning poet who lives and writes poetry in Atlantic City, where he supports himself, in part, with casino winnings. The world premiere of Quixote, by composer Amy Beth Kirsten and director Mark DeChiazza, reimagines the classic novel by Cervantes at Montclair State University’s Peak Performances. State of the Arts takes a trip to Three Cedars Forge in Bridgeton, NJ to get a lesson from blacksmith Toby Kroll. Toby mentors Stephen Nuttall, who now has his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
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  • Aug 3 5:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Joel Dias-Porter Is an award-winning poet who lives and writes poetry in Atlantic City, where he supports himself, in part, with casino winnings. The world premiere of Quixote, by composer Amy Beth Kirsten and director Mark DeChiazza, reimagines the classic novel by Cervantes at Montclair State University’s Peak Performances. State of the Arts takes a trip to Three Cedars Forge in Bridgeton, NJ to get a lesson from blacksmith Toby Kroll. Toby mentors Stephen Nuttall, who now has his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
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THIRTEEN
  • Jul 12 11:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her children's book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
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  • Jul 19 11:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, about the feminist icon Gloria Steinem, written by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. In Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist painter Julie Heffernan.
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  • Jul 26 11:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach and we meet the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
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  • Aug 2 11:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Joel Dias-Porter Is an award-winning poet who lives and writes poetry in Atlantic City, where he supports himself, in part, with casino winnings. The world premiere of Quixote, by composer Amy Beth Kirsten and director Mark DeChiazza, reimagines the classic novel by Cervantes at Montclair State University’s Peak Performances. State of the Arts takes a trip to Three Cedars Forge in Bridgeton, NJ to get a lesson from blacksmith Toby Kroll. Toby mentors Stephen Nuttall, who now has his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
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ALL ARTS
  • Jul 8 5:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    Meet artist Will Kasso as he exhibits at Artworks in his hometown of Trenton and visit some of his many murals in the city. The East Lynne Theater Company’s “A Year in the Trenches” is based on the WWI memoir of New Jersey soldier Charles Edward Dilkes. Photographer Robin Schwartz explores the human/animal bond through images of her daughter in her book “Amelia & the Animals.” And, recent Rutgers graduate Jessica Dotson and her brother Kyle debuted a musical at the New York Theater Festival about siblings who lose each other during an urban riot.
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  • Jul 8 10:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    Meet artist Will Kasso as he exhibits at Artworks in his hometown of Trenton and visit some of his many murals in the city. The East Lynne Theater Company’s “A Year in the Trenches” is based on the WWI memoir of New Jersey soldier Charles Edward Dilkes. Photographer Robin Schwartz explores the human/animal bond through images of her daughter in her book “Amelia & the Animals.” And, recent Rutgers graduate Jessica Dotson and her brother Kyle debuted a musical at the New York Theater Festival about siblings who lose each other during an urban riot.
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  • Jul 8 3:00 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Meet artist Will Kasso as he exhibits at Artworks in his hometown of Trenton and visit some of his many murals in the city. The East Lynne Theater Company’s “A Year in the Trenches” is based on the WWI memoir of New Jersey soldier Charles Edward Dilkes. Photographer Robin Schwartz explores the human/animal bond through images of her daughter in her book “Amelia & the Animals.” And, recent Rutgers graduate Jessica Dotson and her brother Kyle debuted a musical at the New York Theater Festival about siblings who lose each other during an urban riot.
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  • Jul 13 5:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her children's book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
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  • Jul 13 10:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her children's book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
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  • Jul 13 3:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her children's book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
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  • Jul 15 5:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her children's book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
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  • Jul 15 10:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her children's book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
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  • Jul 15 3:00 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her children's book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
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  • Jul 20 5:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, about the feminist icon Gloria Steinem, written by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. In Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist painter Julie Heffernan.
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  • Jul 20 10:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, about the feminist icon Gloria Steinem, written by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. In Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist painter Julie Heffernan.
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  • Jul 20 3:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, about the feminist icon Gloria Steinem, written by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. In Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist painter Julie Heffernan.
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  • Jul 22 5:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, about the feminist icon Gloria Steinem, written by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. In Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist painter Julie Heffernan.
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  • Jul 22 10:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, about the feminist icon Gloria Steinem, written by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. In Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist painter Julie Heffernan.
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  • Jul 22 3:00 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, about the feminist icon Gloria Steinem, written by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. In Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist painter Julie Heffernan.
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  • Jul 27 5:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach and we meet the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
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  • Jul 27 10:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach and we meet the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
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  • Jul 27 3:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach and we meet the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
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  • Jul 29 5:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach and we meet the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
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  • Jul 29 10:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach and we meet the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
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  • Jul 29 3:00 pm
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    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach and we meet the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
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  • Aug 3 5:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Joel Dias-Porter Is an award-winning poet who lives and writes poetry in Atlantic City, where he supports himself, in part, with casino winnings. The world premiere of Quixote, by composer Amy Beth Kirsten and director Mark DeChiazza, reimagines the classic novel by Cervantes at Montclair State University’s Peak Performances. State of the Arts takes a trip to Three Cedars Forge in Bridgeton, NJ to get a lesson from blacksmith Toby Kroll. Toby mentors Stephen Nuttall, who now has his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
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  • Aug 3 10:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Joel Dias-Porter Is an award-winning poet who lives and writes poetry in Atlantic City, where he supports himself, in part, with casino winnings. The world premiere of Quixote, by composer Amy Beth Kirsten and director Mark DeChiazza, reimagines the classic novel by Cervantes at Montclair State University’s Peak Performances. State of the Arts takes a trip to Three Cedars Forge in Bridgeton, NJ to get a lesson from blacksmith Toby Kroll. Toby mentors Stephen Nuttall, who now has his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
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  • Aug 3 3:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Joel Dias-Porter Is an award-winning poet who lives and writes poetry in Atlantic City, where he supports himself, in part, with casino winnings. The world premiere of Quixote, by composer Amy Beth Kirsten and director Mark DeChiazza, reimagines the classic novel by Cervantes at Montclair State University’s Peak Performances. State of the Arts takes a trip to Three Cedars Forge in Bridgeton, NJ to get a lesson from blacksmith Toby Kroll. Toby mentors Stephen Nuttall, who now has his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
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  • Aug 5 5:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    Joel Dias-Porter Is an award-winning poet who lives and writes poetry in Atlantic City, where he supports himself, in part, with casino winnings. The world premiere of Quixote, by composer Amy Beth Kirsten and director Mark DeChiazza, reimagines the classic novel by Cervantes at Montclair State University’s Peak Performances. State of the Arts takes a trip to Three Cedars Forge in Bridgeton, NJ to get a lesson from blacksmith Toby Kroll. Toby mentors Stephen Nuttall, who now has his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
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  • Aug 5 10:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    Joel Dias-Porter Is an award-winning poet who lives and writes poetry in Atlantic City, where he supports himself, in part, with casino winnings. The world premiere of Quixote, by composer Amy Beth Kirsten and director Mark DeChiazza, reimagines the classic novel by Cervantes at Montclair State University’s Peak Performances. State of the Arts takes a trip to Three Cedars Forge in Bridgeton, NJ to get a lesson from blacksmith Toby Kroll. Toby mentors Stephen Nuttall, who now has his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
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  • Aug 5 3:00 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Joel Dias-Porter Is an award-winning poet who lives and writes poetry in Atlantic City, where he supports himself, in part, with casino winnings. The world premiere of Quixote, by composer Amy Beth Kirsten and director Mark DeChiazza, reimagines the classic novel by Cervantes at Montclair State University’s Peak Performances. State of the Arts takes a trip to Three Cedars Forge in Bridgeton, NJ to get a lesson from blacksmith Toby Kroll. Toby mentors Stephen Nuttall, who now has his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
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