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  • Dec 17 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Jersey City native Tyler Ballon’s work at Mana Contemporary; folk music duo Jackson Pines performs in Asbury Park, and photographer Erik James Montgomery instructs at-risk youth in Camden.
  • Dec 20 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Jersey City native Tyler Ballon’s work at Mana Contemporary; folk music duo Jackson Pines performs in Asbury Park, and photographer Erik James Montgomery instructs at-risk youth in Camden.
  • Dec 22 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Mid-Atlantic Emmy for Arts/Entertainment Feature Story. Go behind-the-scenes with a new stage adaptation of Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” at the McCarter Theatre. We meet one of the great jazz pianists, Bill Charlap for a performance at Dizzy’s Club in New York City and a special piano duet with his wife, pianist Renee Rosnes. Also, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods - she has a current exhibition at the ICP Gallery at Mana Contemporary. Plus, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Dec 24 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Mid-Atlantic Emmy for Arts/Entertainment Feature Story. Go behind-the-scenes with a new stage adaptation of Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” at the McCarter Theatre. We meet one of the great jazz pianists, Bill Charlap for a performance at Dizzy’s Club in New York City and a special piano duet with his wife, pianist Renee Rosnes. Also, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods - she has a current exhibition at the ICP Gallery at Mana Contemporary. Plus, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Dec 27 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Mid-Atlantic Emmy for Arts/Entertainment Feature Story. Go behind-the-scenes with a new stage adaptation of Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” at the McCarter Theatre. We meet one of the great jazz pianists, Bill Charlap for a performance at Dizzy’s Club in New York City and a special piano duet with his wife, pianist Renee Rosnes. Also, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods - she has a current exhibition at the ICP Gallery at Mana Contemporary. Plus, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Jan 5 7:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    This special episode is dedicated to Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival. It takes the town by storm in April with world-class screenings, and has grown to a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
  • Jan 7 5:30 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    This special episode is dedicated to Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival. It takes the town by storm in April with world-class screenings, and has grown to a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
  • Jan 10 11:30 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    This special episode is dedicated to Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival. It takes the town by storm in April with world-class screenings, and has grown to a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
  • Jan 12 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    In Asbury Park the arts are transforming the legendary summer playground and music town. Meet NJ Tap Ensemble artistic director Deborah Mitchell. Her latest dance is inspired by her mentor, legendary hoofer Leslie "Bubba" Gaines. We go hunting for mushrooms with artist Jim Toia and see how his beautiful “spore drawings” are made in his Long Valley, NJ studio. And, the traditional music and dance of northern India are evolving with Pradhanica, a multi-ethnic ensemble based in Edison, NJ.
  • Jan 14 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    In Asbury Park the arts are transforming the legendary summer playground and music town. Meet NJ Tap Ensemble artistic director Deborah Mitchell. Her latest dance is inspired by her mentor, legendary hoofer Leslie "Bubba" Gaines. We go hunting for mushrooms with artist Jim Toia and see how his beautiful “spore drawings” are made in his Long Valley, NJ studio. And, the traditional music and dance of northern India are evolving with Pradhanica, a multi-ethnic ensemble based in Edison, NJ.
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  • Dec 16 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Jersey City native Tyler Ballon’s work at Mana Contemporary; folk music duo Jackson Pines performs in Asbury Park, and photographer Erik James Montgomery instructs at-risk youth in Camden.
  • Dec 23 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Mid-Atlantic Emmy for Arts/Entertainment Feature Story. Go behind-the-scenes with a new stage adaptation of Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” at the McCarter Theatre. We meet one of the great jazz pianists, Bill Charlap for a performance at Dizzy’s Club in New York City and a special piano duet with his wife, pianist Renee Rosnes. Also, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods - she has a current exhibition at the ICP Gallery at Mana Contemporary. Plus, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Jan 6 11:30 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    This special episode is dedicated to Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival. It takes the town by storm in April with world-class screenings, and has grown to a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
  • Jan 13 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    In Asbury Park the arts are transforming the legendary summer playground and music town. Meet NJ Tap Ensemble artistic director Deborah Mitchell. Her latest dance is inspired by her mentor, legendary hoofer Leslie "Bubba" Gaines. We go hunting for mushrooms with artist Jim Toia and see how his beautiful “spore drawings” are made in his Long Valley, NJ studio. And, the traditional music and dance of northern India are evolving with Pradhanica, a multi-ethnic ensemble based in Edison, NJ.
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