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  • Feb 25 8:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.
  • Feb 26 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.
  • Mar 1 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.
  • Mar 4 8:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts In Newark: Jazz, Kea’s Ark at Gallery Aferro, Trilogy Opera’s FIVE & GlassRoots
    Wynton Marsalis heads up an all-star cast for a special NJPAC tribute to the famed writer Ralph Ellison, whose work was deeply influenced by jazz; Gallery Aferro explores the work of Kea Tawana, the artist who built a mysterious Ark in Newark’s Central Ward in the 1980s; Trilogy: An Opera Company continues its mission with a new opera about the Central Park Five; and at GlassRoots, hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth.
  • Mar 5 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts In Newark: Jazz, Kea’s Ark at Gallery Aferro, Trilogy Opera’s FIVE & GlassRoots
    Wynton Marsalis heads up an all-star cast for a special NJPAC tribute to the famed writer Ralph Ellison, whose work was deeply influenced by jazz; Gallery Aferro explores the work of Kea Tawana, the artist who built a mysterious Ark in Newark’s Central Ward in the 1980s; Trilogy: An Opera Company continues its mission with a new opera about the Central Park Five; and at GlassRoots, hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth.
  • Mar 8 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts In Newark: Jazz, Kea’s Ark at Gallery Aferro, Trilogy Opera’s FIVE & GlassRoots
    Wynton Marsalis heads up an all-star cast for a special NJPAC tribute to the famed writer Ralph Ellison, whose work was deeply influenced by jazz; Gallery Aferro explores the work of Kea Tawana, the artist who built a mysterious Ark in Newark’s Central Ward in the 1980s; Trilogy: An Opera Company continues its mission with a new opera about the Central Park Five; and at GlassRoots, hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth.
  • Mar 19 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.
  • Mar 22 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.
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