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  • Apr 18 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Poet Stephen Dunn, Photographer Todd Darling, Middle School Boys Dance, and Indian Carnatic Music. Meet Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn at his home in Frostburg, Maryland and at an intensive writing workshop at Stockton University where Stephen Dunn was the special guest. Aisvarya Chandrasekar has been learning to sing Southern India’s classical Carnatic music since age 6. Now, the Rutgers University senior is an apprentice with master teacher Rajeswari Satish. Photographer Todd R. Darling is creating a portrait of the city of Paterson and its people, inspired by poet William Carlos Williams. Plus, the all-boys 8th Grade Advanced Dance Class at Franklin Middle School, one of the only schools in America where dance is taught on a level with music and the visual arts.
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  • Apr 20 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Poet Danny Shot, Mana Contemporary, Ember, and History through Costumes and Music. Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot has a new book “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). State of the Arts visits Hoboken Historical Museum for Danny’s book launch, and to explore the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz graduated from college with a degree in art history and an fascination with early American music. She's parlayed these interests into a career interpreting history through performances using authentic costumes and music. The New Jersey-based chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, based in a vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
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  • Apr 22 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Poet Danny Shot, Mana Contemporary, Ember, and History through Costumes and Music. Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot has a new book “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). State of the Arts visits Hoboken Historical Museum for Danny’s book launch, and to explore the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz graduated from college with a degree in art history and an fascination with early American music. She's parlayed these interests into a career interpreting history through performances using authentic costumes and music. The New Jersey-based chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, based in a vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
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  • Apr 25 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Poet Danny Shot, Mana Contemporary, Ember, and History through Costumes and Music. Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot has a new book “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). State of the Arts visits Hoboken Historical Museum for Danny’s book launch, and to explore the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz graduated from college with a degree in art history and an fascination with early American music. She's parlayed these interests into a career interpreting history through performances using authentic costumes and music. The New Jersey-based chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, based in a vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
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  • Apr 27 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Pink Martini, Poet Emari DiGiorgio, Comic Book Author Sheena Howard, and Valley Arts. State of the Arts goes on location with Pink Martini. Popular with the “NPR" crowd, the band draws on classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, and performs in languages from around the world. Rider University professor and comic book author Sheena Howard is the first Black woman to win an Eisner award from Comic Con. Emari DiGiorgio is a prize-winning poet and teacher at Stockton University, the author of two books, and the host of an inclusive open reading series in Atlantic City. Plus, the Valley Arts District, home to Luna Stage, the Artfullbean Café, Hat City Kitchen, Arts Unbound, The Presence Atelier, and more.
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  • Apr 29 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Pink Martini, Poet Emari DiGiorgio, Comic Book Author Sheena Howard, and Valley Arts. State of the Arts goes on location with Pink Martini. Popular with the “NPR" crowd, the band draws on classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, and performs in languages from around the world. Rider University professor and comic book author Sheena Howard is the first Black woman to win an Eisner award from Comic Con. Emari DiGiorgio is a prize-winning poet and teacher at Stockton University, the author of two books, and the host of an inclusive open reading series in Atlantic City. Plus, the Valley Arts District, home to Luna Stage, the Artfullbean Café, Hat City Kitchen, Arts Unbound, The Presence Atelier, and more.
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  • May 2 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Pink Martini, Poet Emari DiGiorgio, Comic Book Author Sheena Howard, and Valley Arts. State of the Arts goes on location with Pink Martini. Popular with the “NPR" crowd, the band draws on classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, and performs in languages from around the world. Rider University professor and comic book author Sheena Howard is the first Black woman to win an Eisner award from Comic Con. Emari DiGiorgio is a prize-winning poet and teacher at Stockton University, the author of two books, and the host of an inclusive open reading series in Atlantic City. Plus, the Valley Arts District, home to Luna Stage, the Artfullbean Café, Hat City Kitchen, Arts Unbound, The Presence Atelier, and more.
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  • May 4 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    The Newark Show
    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. Plus, Gallery Aferro explores a mysterious Ark that was built and destroyed 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 hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth at GlassRoots.
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  • May 6 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    The Newark Show
    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. Plus, Gallery Aferro explores a mysterious Ark that was built and destroyed 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 hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth at GlassRoots.
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  • May 9 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    The Newark Show
    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. Plus, Gallery Aferro explores a mysterious Ark that was built and destroyed 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 hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth at GlassRoots.
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  • May 11 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Willie Cole makes playful yet haunting work using irons, ironing boards, shoes, and plastic water bottles. We visit him at the Radcliffe Institute’s gallery at Harvard for “Beauties,” a new exhibit of prints, and at the Pingry School in New Jersey where he makes a water bottle giant. At the Morris Museum, an exhibition of kinetic art featuring twelve Steampunk artists from around the country inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engine machinery, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, how to fight on stage and make it seem real, and more.
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  • May 13 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Willie Cole makes playful yet haunting work using irons, ironing boards, shoes, and plastic water bottles. We visit him at the Radcliffe Institute’s gallery at Harvard for “Beauties,” a new exhibit of prints, and at the Pingry School in New Jersey where he makes a water bottle giant. At the Morris Museum, an exhibition of kinetic art featuring twelve Steampunk artists from around the country inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engine machinery, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, how to fight on stage and make it seem real, and more.
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  • May 15 8:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Willie Cole makes playful yet haunting work using irons, ironing boards, shoes, and plastic water bottles. We visit him at the Radcliffe Institute’s gallery at Harvard for “Beauties,” a new exhibit of prints, and at the Pingry School in New Jersey where he makes a water bottle giant. At the Morris Museum, an exhibition of kinetic art featuring twelve Steampunk artists from around the country inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engine machinery, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, how to fight on stage and make it seem real, and more.
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  • May 16 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Willie Cole makes playful yet haunting work using irons, ironing boards, shoes, and plastic water bottles. We visit him at the Radcliffe Institute’s gallery at Harvard for “Beauties,” a new exhibit of prints, and at the Pingry School in New Jersey where he makes a water bottle giant. At the Morris Museum, an exhibition of kinetic art featuring twelve Steampunk artists from around the country inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engine machinery, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, how to fight on stage and make it seem real, and more.
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  • May 17 2:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Willie Cole makes playful yet haunting work using irons, ironing boards, shoes, and plastic water bottles. We visit him at the Radcliffe Institute’s gallery at Harvard for “Beauties,” a new exhibit of prints, and at the Pingry School in New Jersey where he makes a water bottle giant. At the Morris Museum, an exhibition of kinetic art featuring twelve Steampunk artists from around the country inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engine machinery, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, how to fight on stage and make it seem real, and more.
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THIRTEEN
  • Apr 21 12:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Poet Danny Shot, Mana Contemporary, Ember, and History through Costumes and Music. Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot has a new book “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). State of the Arts visits Hoboken Historical Museum for Danny’s book launch, and to explore the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz graduated from college with a degree in art history and an fascination with early American music. She's parlayed these interests into a career interpreting history through performances using authentic costumes and music. The New Jersey-based chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, based in a vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
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  • Apr 28 12:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Pink Martini, Poet Emari DiGiorgio, Comic Book Author Sheena Howard, and Valley Arts. State of the Arts goes on location with Pink Martini. Popular with the “NPR" crowd, the band draws on classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, and performs in languages from around the world. Rider University professor and comic book author Sheena Howard is the first Black woman to win an Eisner award from Comic Con. Emari DiGiorgio is a prize-winning poet and teacher at Stockton University, the author of two books, and the host of an inclusive open reading series in Atlantic City. Plus, the Valley Arts District, home to Luna Stage, the Artfullbean Café, Hat City Kitchen, Arts Unbound, The Presence Atelier, and more.
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  • May 5 12:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    The Newark Show
    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. Plus, Gallery Aferro explores a mysterious Ark that was built and destroyed 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 hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth at GlassRoots.
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  • May 12 12:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Willie Cole makes playful yet haunting work using irons, ironing boards, shoes, and plastic water bottles. We visit him at the Radcliffe Institute’s gallery at Harvard for “Beauties,” a new exhibit of prints, and at the Pingry School in New Jersey where he makes a water bottle giant. At the Morris Museum, an exhibition of kinetic art featuring twelve Steampunk artists from around the country inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engine machinery, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, how to fight on stage and make it seem real, and more.
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ALL ARTS
  • Apr 22 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Poet Danny Shot, Mana Contemporary, Ember, and History through Costumes and Music. Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot has a new book “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). State of the Arts visits Hoboken Historical Museum for Danny’s book launch, and to explore the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz graduated from college with a degree in art history and an fascination with early American music. She's parlayed these interests into a career interpreting history through performances using authentic costumes and music. The New Jersey-based chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, based in a vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
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  • Apr 22 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Poet Danny Shot, Mana Contemporary, Ember, and History through Costumes and Music. Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot has a new book “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). State of the Arts visits Hoboken Historical Museum for Danny’s book launch, and to explore the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz graduated from college with a degree in art history and an fascination with early American music. She's parlayed these interests into a career interpreting history through performances using authentic costumes and music. The New Jersey-based chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, based in a vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
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  • Apr 22 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Poet Danny Shot, Mana Contemporary, Ember, and History through Costumes and Music. Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot has a new book “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). State of the Arts visits Hoboken Historical Museum for Danny’s book launch, and to explore the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz graduated from college with a degree in art history and an fascination with early American music. She's parlayed these interests into a career interpreting history through performances using authentic costumes and music. The New Jersey-based chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, based in a vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
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  • Apr 24 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Poet Danny Shot, Mana Contemporary, Ember, and History through Costumes and Music. Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot has a new book “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). State of the Arts visits Hoboken Historical Museum for Danny’s book launch, and to explore the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz graduated from college with a degree in art history and an fascination with early American music. She's parlayed these interests into a career interpreting history through performances using authentic costumes and music. The New Jersey-based chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, based in a vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
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  • Apr 24 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Poet Danny Shot, Mana Contemporary, Ember, and History through Costumes and Music. Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot has a new book “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). State of the Arts visits Hoboken Historical Museum for Danny’s book launch, and to explore the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz graduated from college with a degree in art history and an fascination with early American music. She's parlayed these interests into a career interpreting history through performances using authentic costumes and music. The New Jersey-based chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, based in a vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
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  • Apr 24 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Poet Danny Shot, Mana Contemporary, Ember, and History through Costumes and Music. Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot has a new book “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). State of the Arts visits Hoboken Historical Museum for Danny’s book launch, and to explore the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz graduated from college with a degree in art history and an fascination with early American music. She's parlayed these interests into a career interpreting history through performances using authentic costumes and music. The New Jersey-based chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, based in a vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
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  • Apr 29 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Pink Martini, Poet Emari DiGiorgio, Comic Book Author Sheena Howard, and Valley Arts. State of the Arts goes on location with Pink Martini. Popular with the “NPR" crowd, the band draws on classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, and performs in languages from around the world. Rider University professor and comic book author Sheena Howard is the first Black woman to win an Eisner award from Comic Con. Emari DiGiorgio is a prize-winning poet and teacher at Stockton University, the author of two books, and the host of an inclusive open reading series in Atlantic City. Plus, the Valley Arts District, home to Luna Stage, the Artfullbean Café, Hat City Kitchen, Arts Unbound, The Presence Atelier, and more.
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  • Apr 29 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Pink Martini, Poet Emari DiGiorgio, Comic Book Author Sheena Howard, and Valley Arts. State of the Arts goes on location with Pink Martini. Popular with the “NPR" crowd, the band draws on classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, and performs in languages from around the world. Rider University professor and comic book author Sheena Howard is the first Black woman to win an Eisner award from Comic Con. Emari DiGiorgio is a prize-winning poet and teacher at Stockton University, the author of two books, and the host of an inclusive open reading series in Atlantic City. Plus, the Valley Arts District, home to Luna Stage, the Artfullbean Café, Hat City Kitchen, Arts Unbound, The Presence Atelier, and more.
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  • Apr 29 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Pink Martini, Poet Emari DiGiorgio, Comic Book Author Sheena Howard, and Valley Arts. State of the Arts goes on location with Pink Martini. Popular with the “NPR" crowd, the band draws on classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, and performs in languages from around the world. Rider University professor and comic book author Sheena Howard is the first Black woman to win an Eisner award from Comic Con. Emari DiGiorgio is a prize-winning poet and teacher at Stockton University, the author of two books, and the host of an inclusive open reading series in Atlantic City. Plus, the Valley Arts District, home to Luna Stage, the Artfullbean Café, Hat City Kitchen, Arts Unbound, The Presence Atelier, and more.
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  • May 1 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Pink Martini, Poet Emari DiGiorgio, Comic Book Author Sheena Howard, and Valley Arts. State of the Arts goes on location with Pink Martini. Popular with the “NPR" crowd, the band draws on classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, and performs in languages from around the world. Rider University professor and comic book author Sheena Howard is the first Black woman to win an Eisner award from Comic Con. Emari DiGiorgio is a prize-winning poet and teacher at Stockton University, the author of two books, and the host of an inclusive open reading series in Atlantic City. Plus, the Valley Arts District, home to Luna Stage, the Artfullbean Café, Hat City Kitchen, Arts Unbound, The Presence Atelier, and more.
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  • May 1 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Pink Martini, Poet Emari DiGiorgio, Comic Book Author Sheena Howard, and Valley Arts. State of the Arts goes on location with Pink Martini. Popular with the “NPR" crowd, the band draws on classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, and performs in languages from around the world. Rider University professor and comic book author Sheena Howard is the first Black woman to win an Eisner award from Comic Con. Emari DiGiorgio is a prize-winning poet and teacher at Stockton University, the author of two books, and the host of an inclusive open reading series in Atlantic City. Plus, the Valley Arts District, home to Luna Stage, the Artfullbean Café, Hat City Kitchen, Arts Unbound, The Presence Atelier, and more.
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  • May 1 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Pink Martini, Poet Emari DiGiorgio, Comic Book Author Sheena Howard, and Valley Arts. State of the Arts goes on location with Pink Martini. Popular with the “NPR" crowd, the band draws on classical, jazz, and old-fashioned pop, and performs in languages from around the world. Rider University professor and comic book author Sheena Howard is the first Black woman to win an Eisner award from Comic Con. Emari DiGiorgio is a prize-winning poet and teacher at Stockton University, the author of two books, and the host of an inclusive open reading series in Atlantic City. Plus, the Valley Arts District, home to Luna Stage, the Artfullbean Café, Hat City Kitchen, Arts Unbound, The Presence Atelier, and more.
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  • May 6 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    The Newark Show
    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. Plus, Gallery Aferro explores a mysterious Ark that was built and destroyed 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 hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth at GlassRoots.
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  • May 6 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    The Newark Show
    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. Plus, Gallery Aferro explores a mysterious Ark that was built and destroyed 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 hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth at GlassRoots.
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  • May 6 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    The Newark Show
    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. Plus, Gallery Aferro explores a mysterious Ark that was built and destroyed 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 hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth at GlassRoots.
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  • May 8 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    The Newark Show
    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. Plus, Gallery Aferro explores a mysterious Ark that was built and destroyed 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 hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth at GlassRoots.
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  • May 8 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    The Newark Show
    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. Plus, Gallery Aferro explores a mysterious Ark that was built and destroyed 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 hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth at GlassRoots.
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  • May 8 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    The Newark Show
    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. Plus, Gallery Aferro explores a mysterious Ark that was built and destroyed 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 hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth at GlassRoots.
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  • May 13 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Willie Cole makes playful yet haunting work using irons, ironing boards, shoes, and plastic water bottles. We visit him at the Radcliffe Institute’s gallery at Harvard for “Beauties,” a new exhibit of prints, and at the Pingry School in New Jersey where he makes a water bottle giant. At the Morris Museum, an exhibition of kinetic art featuring twelve Steampunk artists from around the country inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engine machinery, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, how to fight on stage and make it seem real, and more.
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  • May 13 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Willie Cole makes playful yet haunting work using irons, ironing boards, shoes, and plastic water bottles. We visit him at the Radcliffe Institute’s gallery at Harvard for “Beauties,” a new exhibit of prints, and at the Pingry School in New Jersey where he makes a water bottle giant. At the Morris Museum, an exhibition of kinetic art featuring twelve Steampunk artists from around the country inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engine machinery, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, how to fight on stage and make it seem real, and more.
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  • May 13 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Willie Cole makes playful yet haunting work using irons, ironing boards, shoes, and plastic water bottles. We visit him at the Radcliffe Institute’s gallery at Harvard for “Beauties,” a new exhibit of prints, and at the Pingry School in New Jersey where he makes a water bottle giant. At the Morris Museum, an exhibition of kinetic art featuring twelve Steampunk artists from around the country inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engine machinery, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, how to fight on stage and make it seem real, and more.
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  • May 15 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Willie Cole makes playful yet haunting work using irons, ironing boards, shoes, and plastic water bottles. We visit him at the Radcliffe Institute’s gallery at Harvard for “Beauties,” a new exhibit of prints, and at the Pingry School in New Jersey where he makes a water bottle giant. At the Morris Museum, an exhibition of kinetic art featuring twelve Steampunk artists from around the country inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engine machinery, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, how to fight on stage and make it seem real, and more.
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  • May 15 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Willie Cole makes playful yet haunting work using irons, ironing boards, shoes, and plastic water bottles. We visit him at the Radcliffe Institute’s gallery at Harvard for “Beauties,” a new exhibit of prints, and at the Pingry School in New Jersey where he makes a water bottle giant. At the Morris Museum, an exhibition of kinetic art featuring twelve Steampunk artists from around the country inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engine machinery, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, how to fight on stage and make it seem real, and more.
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  • May 15 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Willie Cole makes playful yet haunting work using irons, ironing boards, shoes, and plastic water bottles. We visit him at the Radcliffe Institute’s gallery at Harvard for “Beauties,” a new exhibit of prints, and at the Pingry School in New Jersey where he makes a water bottle giant. At the Morris Museum, an exhibition of kinetic art featuring twelve Steampunk artists from around the country inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engine machinery, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, how to fight on stage and make it seem real, and more.
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