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  • Apr 9 11:30 pm
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    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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  • Apr 11 7:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Martha Graham revolutionized the art form of dance, and Appalachian Spring is one of her most iconic works. Her dance company performs her classic work, and a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances in Montclair. Roosevelt, New Jersey was a planned utopian community that became an artists’ colony. An exhibit at Morven Museum explores the town’s architectural and artistic legacy. We visit the Morristown Festival of Books where 7, 000 visitors heard from writers including Rick Atkinson, Katherine Arden, S.A. Chakroborty, and Ibram X. Kendi. And photographer Phil Buehler explores the death of “mall culture,” focusing on the Wayne Hills Mall, built in 1973 and demolished in 2019.
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  • Apr 13 5:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Martha Graham revolutionized the art form of dance, and Appalachian Spring is one of her most iconic works. Her dance company performs her classic work, and a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances in Montclair. Roosevelt, New Jersey was a planned utopian community that became an artists’ colony. An exhibit at Morven Museum explores the town’s architectural and artistic legacy. We visit the Morristown Festival of Books where 7, 000 visitors heard from writers including Rick Atkinson, Katherine Arden, S.A. Chakroborty, and Ibram X. Kendi. And photographer Phil Buehler explores the death of “mall culture,” focusing on the Wayne Hills Mall, built in 1973 and demolished in 2019.
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  • Apr 16 11:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Martha Graham revolutionized the art form of dance, and Appalachian Spring is one of her most iconic works. Her dance company performs her classic work, and a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances in Montclair. Roosevelt, New Jersey was a planned utopian community that became an artists’ colony. An exhibit at Morven Museum explores the town’s architectural and artistic legacy. We visit the Morristown Festival of Books where 7, 000 visitors heard from writers including Rick Atkinson, Katherine Arden, S.A. Chakroborty, and Ibram X. Kendi. And photographer Phil Buehler explores the death of “mall culture,” focusing on the Wayne Hills Mall, built in 1973 and demolished in 2019.
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  • Apr 18 7:30 pm
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    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.
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  • Apr 20 5:30 am
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    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.
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  • Apr 23 11:30 pm
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    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.
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  • Apr 27 5:30 am
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    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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  • Apr 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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  • May 2 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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  • May 4 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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  • May 7 11:30 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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  • May 9 7:30 pm
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    2018 MacArthur “Genius” winner and a professor at Rutgers-Newark, John Keene is the author of Counternarratives,short stories based in the African diaspora following the introduction of the slave trade to the Americas. Artist Wendy Red Star comes to the Newark Museum for a mid-career survey of her 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. And, 16-year-old Brett Miller plays the pipe organ and is an expert at accompanying classic silent movies. State of the Arts meets the young virtuoso at the Trenton War Memorial as he plays the original score to the 1927 silent film, sci-fi classic Metropolis.
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THIRTEEN
  • Apr 12 11:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Martha Graham revolutionized the art form of dance, and Appalachian Spring is one of her most iconic works. Her dance company performs her classic work, and a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances in Montclair. Roosevelt, New Jersey was a planned utopian community that became an artists’ colony. An exhibit at Morven Museum explores the town’s architectural and artistic legacy. We visit the Morristown Festival of Books where 7, 000 visitors heard from writers including Rick Atkinson, Katherine Arden, S.A. Chakroborty, and Ibram X. Kendi. And photographer Phil Buehler explores the death of “mall culture,” focusing on the Wayne Hills Mall, built in 1973 and demolished in 2019.
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  • Apr 26 11:30 am
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    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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  • May 3 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
  • Apr 13 5:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Martha Graham revolutionized the art form of dance, and Appalachian Spring is one of her most iconic works. Her dance company performs her classic work, and a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances in Montclair. Roosevelt, New Jersey was a planned utopian community that became an artists’ colony. An exhibit at Morven Museum explores the town’s architectural and artistic legacy. We visit the Morristown Festival of Books where 7, 000 visitors heard from writers including Rick Atkinson, Katherine Arden, S.A. Chakroborty, and Ibram X. Kendi. And photographer Phil Buehler explores the death of “mall culture,” focusing on the Wayne Hills Mall, built in 1973 and demolished in 2019.
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  • Apr 13 10:30 am
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    State of the Arts
    Martha Graham revolutionized the art form of dance, and Appalachian Spring is one of her most iconic works. Her dance company performs her classic work, and a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances in Montclair. Roosevelt, New Jersey was a planned utopian community that became an artists’ colony. An exhibit at Morven Museum explores the town’s architectural and artistic legacy. We visit the Morristown Festival of Books where 7, 000 visitors heard from writers including Rick Atkinson, Katherine Arden, S.A. Chakroborty, and Ibram X. Kendi. And photographer Phil Buehler explores the death of “mall culture,” focusing on the Wayne Hills Mall, built in 1973 and demolished in 2019.
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  • Apr 13 3:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Martha Graham revolutionized the art form of dance, and Appalachian Spring is one of her most iconic works. Her dance company performs her classic work, and a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances in Montclair. Roosevelt, New Jersey was a planned utopian community that became an artists’ colony. An exhibit at Morven Museum explores the town’s architectural and artistic legacy. We visit the Morristown Festival of Books where 7, 000 visitors heard from writers including Rick Atkinson, Katherine Arden, S.A. Chakroborty, and Ibram X. Kendi. And photographer Phil Buehler explores the death of “mall culture,” focusing on the Wayne Hills Mall, built in 1973 and demolished in 2019.
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  • Apr 15 5:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    Martha Graham revolutionized the art form of dance, and Appalachian Spring is one of her most iconic works. Her dance company performs her classic work, and a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances in Montclair. Roosevelt, New Jersey was a planned utopian community that became an artists’ colony. An exhibit at Morven Museum explores the town’s architectural and artistic legacy. We visit the Morristown Festival of Books where 7, 000 visitors heard from writers including Rick Atkinson, Katherine Arden, S.A. Chakroborty, and Ibram X. Kendi. And photographer Phil Buehler explores the death of “mall culture,” focusing on the Wayne Hills Mall, built in 1973 and demolished in 2019.
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  • Apr 15 10:00 am
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    State of the Arts
    Martha Graham revolutionized the art form of dance, and Appalachian Spring is one of her most iconic works. Her dance company performs her classic work, and a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances in Montclair. Roosevelt, New Jersey was a planned utopian community that became an artists’ colony. An exhibit at Morven Museum explores the town’s architectural and artistic legacy. We visit the Morristown Festival of Books where 7, 000 visitors heard from writers including Rick Atkinson, Katherine Arden, S.A. Chakroborty, and Ibram X. Kendi. And photographer Phil Buehler explores the death of “mall culture,” focusing on the Wayne Hills Mall, built in 1973 and demolished in 2019.
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  • Apr 15 3:00 pm
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    State of the Arts
    Martha Graham revolutionized the art form of dance, and Appalachian Spring is one of her most iconic works. Her dance company performs her classic work, and a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances in Montclair. Roosevelt, New Jersey was a planned utopian community that became an artists’ colony. An exhibit at Morven Museum explores the town’s architectural and artistic legacy. We visit the Morristown Festival of Books where 7, 000 visitors heard from writers including Rick Atkinson, Katherine Arden, S.A. Chakroborty, and Ibram X. Kendi. And photographer Phil Buehler explores the death of “mall culture,” focusing on the Wayne Hills Mall, built in 1973 and demolished in 2019.
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  • Apr 20 5:30 am
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    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.
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  • Apr 20 10:30 am
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    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.
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  • Apr 20 3:30 pm
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    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.
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  • Apr 22 5:00 am
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    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.
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  • Apr 22 10:00 am
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    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.
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  • Apr 22 3:00 pm
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    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.
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  • Apr 27 5:30 am
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    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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  • Apr 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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  • Apr 27 3:30 pm
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    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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  • Apr 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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  • Apr 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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  • Apr 29 3:00 pm
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    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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  • May 4 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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  • May 4 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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  • May 4 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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  • May 6 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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  • May 6 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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  • May 6 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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