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  • Feb 23 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Meet artist Will Kasso as he exhibits at Artworks in his hometown of Trenton and go on location to see some of his many murals in the city. Cape May's East Lynne Theater Company “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 have a new musical which debuted at the New York Theater Festival. The plot revolves around siblings who lose each other during an urban riot.
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  • Feb 25 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Meet artist Will Kasso as he exhibits at Artworks in his hometown of Trenton and go on location to see some of his many murals in the city. Cape May's East Lynne Theater Company “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 have a new musical which debuted at the New York Theater Festival. The plot revolves around siblings who lose each other during an urban riot.
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  • Feb 28 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Meet artist Will Kasso as he exhibits at Artworks in his hometown of Trenton and go on location to see some of his many murals in the city. Cape May's East Lynne Theater Company “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 have a new musical which debuted at the New York Theater Festival. The plot revolves around siblings who lose each other during an urban riot.
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  • Mar 2 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Bell Labs began Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) in the 1960s with artists like Andy Warhol. Today, they collaborate with new artists, including singer/songwriter Beatie Wolfe. Find out how the Paper Mill Playhouse changed their production of “Mary Poppins” to meet special needs. Jersey (New) Moves matches young choreographers with experienced mentors. Plus, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor production of “A Midsummer Night s Dream.”
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  • Mar 4 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Bell Labs began Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) in the 1960s with artists like Andy Warhol. Today, they collaborate with new artists, including singer/songwriter Beatie Wolfe. Find out how the Paper Mill Playhouse changed their production of “Mary Poppins” to meet special needs. Jersey (New) Moves matches young choreographers with experienced mentors. Plus, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor production of “A Midsummer Night s Dream.”
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  • Mar 7 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Bell Labs began Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) in the 1960s with artists like Andy Warhol. Today, they collaborate with new artists, including singer/songwriter Beatie Wolfe. Find out how the Paper Mill Playhouse changed their production of “Mary Poppins” to meet special needs. Jersey (New) Moves matches young choreographers with experienced mentors. Plus, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor production of “A Midsummer Night s Dream.”
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  • Mar 9 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell on his life, career, and ongoing support for the Actors Fund Home in Englewood. Byzantine painter Georgios Kordis in his Athens studio, plus a visit to his mural at the Constantelos Hellenic Reading Room at Stockton University. At 90, the legendary New York Philharmonic clarinetist Stanley Drucker works with the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey (YOCJ). And, art that questions the meaning of self-portraiture in “Mirror Mirror” at the Robeson Gallery at Express Newark.
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  • Mar 11 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell on his life, career, and ongoing support for the Actors Fund Home in Englewood. Byzantine painter Georgios Kordis in his Athens studio, plus a visit to his mural at the Constantelos Hellenic Reading Room at Stockton University. At 90, the legendary New York Philharmonic clarinetist Stanley Drucker works with the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey (YOCJ). And, art that questions the meaning of self-portraiture in “Mirror Mirror” at the Robeson Gallery at Express Newark.
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  • Mar 14 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell on his life, career, and ongoing support for the Actors Fund Home in Englewood. Byzantine painter Georgios Kordis in his Athens studio, plus a visit to his mural at the Constantelos Hellenic Reading Room at Stockton University. At 90, the legendary New York Philharmonic clarinetist Stanley Drucker works with the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey (YOCJ). And, art that questions the meaning of self-portraiture in “Mirror Mirror” at the Robeson Gallery at Express Newark.
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  • Mar 16 7:30 pm
    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 as he 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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  • Mar 18 5:30 am
    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 as he 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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  • Mar 21 11:30 pm
    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 as he 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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  • Mar 23 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    2018 MacArthur “Genius” winner and a professor at Rutgers-Newark, John Keene is the author of Counternarratives, a series of wide-ranging stories based in the African diaspora following the introduction of the slave trade to the Americas. Wendy Red Star comes to the Newark Museum for a mid-career survey of her photography, textiles, and installation work drawing on pop culture, conceptual art, and her native Crow traditions. Artist Robert Forman uses colorful yarns and Elmer's glue to create striking compositions, included in "New Directions in Fiber Art" at the Montclair Art Museum. Plus more.
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THIRTEEN
  • Feb 24 12:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Meet artist Will Kasso as he exhibits at Artworks in his hometown of Trenton and go on location to see some of his many murals in the city. Cape May's East Lynne Theater Company “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 have a new musical which debuted at the New York Theater Festival. The plot revolves around siblings who lose each other during an urban riot.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Mar 3 12:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Bell Labs began Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) in the 1960s with artists like Andy Warhol. Today, they collaborate with new artists, including singer/songwriter Beatie Wolfe. Find out how the Paper Mill Playhouse changed their production of “Mary Poppins” to meet special needs. Jersey (New) Moves matches young choreographers with experienced mentors. Plus, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor production of “A Midsummer Night s Dream.”
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  • Mar 10 12:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell on his life, career, and ongoing support for the Actors Fund Home in Englewood. Byzantine painter Georgios Kordis in his Athens studio, plus a visit to his mural at the Constantelos Hellenic Reading Room at Stockton University. At 90, the legendary New York Philharmonic clarinetist Stanley Drucker works with the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey (YOCJ). And, art that questions the meaning of self-portraiture in “Mirror Mirror” at the Robeson Gallery at Express Newark.
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  • Mar 17 12:30 pm
    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 as he 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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  • Mar 24 12:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    2018 MacArthur “Genius” winner and a professor at Rutgers-Newark, John Keene is the author of Counternarratives, a series of wide-ranging stories based in the African diaspora following the introduction of the slave trade to the Americas. Wendy Red Star comes to the Newark Museum for a mid-career survey of her photography, textiles, and installation work drawing on pop culture, conceptual art, and her native Crow traditions. Artist Robert Forman uses colorful yarns and Elmer's glue to create striking compositions, included in "New Directions in Fiber Art" at the Montclair Art Museum. Plus more.
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ALL ARTS
  • Mar 4 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Bell Labs began Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) in the 1960s with artists like Andy Warhol. Today, they collaborate with new artists, including singer/songwriter Beatie Wolfe. Find out how the Paper Mill Playhouse changed their production of “Mary Poppins” to meet special needs. Jersey (New) Moves matches young choreographers with experienced mentors. Plus, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor production of “A Midsummer Night s Dream.”
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  • Mar 4 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Bell Labs began Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) in the 1960s with artists like Andy Warhol. Today, they collaborate with new artists, including singer/songwriter Beatie Wolfe. Find out how the Paper Mill Playhouse changed their production of “Mary Poppins” to meet special needs. Jersey (New) Moves matches young choreographers with experienced mentors. Plus, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor production of “A Midsummer Night s Dream.”
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  • Mar 4 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Bell Labs began Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) in the 1960s with artists like Andy Warhol. Today, they collaborate with new artists, including singer/songwriter Beatie Wolfe. Find out how the Paper Mill Playhouse changed their production of “Mary Poppins” to meet special needs. Jersey (New) Moves matches young choreographers with experienced mentors. Plus, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor production of “A Midsummer Night s Dream.”
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  • Mar 6 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Bell Labs began Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) in the 1960s with artists like Andy Warhol. Today, they collaborate with new artists, including singer/songwriter Beatie Wolfe. Find out how the Paper Mill Playhouse changed their production of “Mary Poppins” to meet special needs. Jersey (New) Moves matches young choreographers with experienced mentors. Plus, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor production of “A Midsummer Night s Dream.”
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  • Mar 6 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Bell Labs began Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) in the 1960s with artists like Andy Warhol. Today, they collaborate with new artists, including singer/songwriter Beatie Wolfe. Find out how the Paper Mill Playhouse changed their production of “Mary Poppins” to meet special needs. Jersey (New) Moves matches young choreographers with experienced mentors. Plus, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor production of “A Midsummer Night s Dream.”
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  • Mar 6 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Bell Labs began Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) in the 1960s with artists like Andy Warhol. Today, they collaborate with new artists, including singer/songwriter Beatie Wolfe. Find out how the Paper Mill Playhouse changed their production of “Mary Poppins” to meet special needs. Jersey (New) Moves matches young choreographers with experienced mentors. Plus, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s outdoor production of “A Midsummer Night s Dream.”
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Mar 11 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell on his life, career, and ongoing support for the Actors Fund Home in Englewood. Byzantine painter Georgios Kordis in his Athens studio, plus a visit to his mural at the Constantelos Hellenic Reading Room at Stockton University. At 90, the legendary New York Philharmonic clarinetist Stanley Drucker works with the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey (YOCJ). And, art that questions the meaning of self-portraiture in “Mirror Mirror” at the Robeson Gallery at Express Newark.
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  • Mar 11 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell on his life, career, and ongoing support for the Actors Fund Home in Englewood. Byzantine painter Georgios Kordis in his Athens studio, plus a visit to his mural at the Constantelos Hellenic Reading Room at Stockton University. At 90, the legendary New York Philharmonic clarinetist Stanley Drucker works with the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey (YOCJ). And, art that questions the meaning of self-portraiture in “Mirror Mirror” at the Robeson Gallery at Express Newark.
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  • Mar 11 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell on his life, career, and ongoing support for the Actors Fund Home in Englewood. Byzantine painter Georgios Kordis in his Athens studio, plus a visit to his mural at the Constantelos Hellenic Reading Room at Stockton University. At 90, the legendary New York Philharmonic clarinetist Stanley Drucker works with the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey (YOCJ). And, art that questions the meaning of self-portraiture in “Mirror Mirror” at the Robeson Gallery at Express Newark.
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  • Mar 13 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell on his life, career, and ongoing support for the Actors Fund Home in Englewood. Byzantine painter Georgios Kordis in his Athens studio, plus a visit to his mural at the Constantelos Hellenic Reading Room at Stockton University. At 90, the legendary New York Philharmonic clarinetist Stanley Drucker works with the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey (YOCJ). And, art that questions the meaning of self-portraiture in “Mirror Mirror” at the Robeson Gallery at Express Newark.
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  • Mar 13 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell on his life, career, and ongoing support for the Actors Fund Home in Englewood. Byzantine painter Georgios Kordis in his Athens studio, plus a visit to his mural at the Constantelos Hellenic Reading Room at Stockton University. At 90, the legendary New York Philharmonic clarinetist Stanley Drucker works with the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey (YOCJ). And, art that questions the meaning of self-portraiture in “Mirror Mirror” at the Robeson Gallery at Express Newark.
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  • Mar 13 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway star Brian Stokes Mitchell on his life, career, and ongoing support for the Actors Fund Home in Englewood. Byzantine painter Georgios Kordis in his Athens studio, plus a visit to his mural at the Constantelos Hellenic Reading Room at Stockton University. At 90, the legendary New York Philharmonic clarinetist Stanley Drucker works with the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey (YOCJ). And, art that questions the meaning of self-portraiture in “Mirror Mirror” at the Robeson Gallery at Express Newark.
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  • Mar 18 5:30 am
    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 as he 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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  • Mar 18 10:30 am
    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 as he 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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  • Mar 18 3:30 pm
    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 as he 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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  • Mar 20 5:00 am
    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 as he 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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  • Mar 20 10:00 am
    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 as he 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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  • Mar 20 3:00 pm
    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 as he 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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