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  • May 31 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the classical masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Mu-Xiang, known for his massive biomorphic works made from retired elevator steel cables, at Grounds for Sculpture. In Princeton, the Dryden Ensemble uses period instruments to perform Bach’s St John Passion, first played for Good Friday services in 1724. And more.
  • Jun 21 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Refugee teens from Syria, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Myanmar create a public artwork at Say It With Clay in Collingswood. Rolling Stone calls Anthony D’Amato’s songwriting “folk music raised on New Jersey grit.” Anthony talks about the mission of his songwriting in a fast-moving political climate. Eco-artist Brandon Ballengée is an artist, biologist, and environmental activist. Plus, “Paradise,” a play about a Muslim-American teenager and her mysterious biology teacher.
  • Jun 28 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot's first book is “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). Danny’s book launch is in Hoboken, where he shows us around the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz parlayed her degree in art history and a fascination with early American music into a performance career interpreting history with authentic costumes and music. The chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, a visit to Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, in their vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
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  • Jun 1 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the classical masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Mu-Xiang, known for his massive biomorphic works made from retired elevator steel cables, at Grounds for Sculpture. In Princeton, the Dryden Ensemble uses period instruments to perform Bach’s St John Passion, first played for Good Friday services in 1724. And more.
  • Jun 3 8:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the classical masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Mu-Xiang, known for his massive biomorphic works made from retired elevator steel cables, at Grounds for Sculpture. In Princeton, the Dryden Ensemble uses period instruments to perform Bach’s St John Passion, first played for Good Friday services in 1724. And more.
  • Jun 4 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the classical masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Mu-Xiang, known for his massive biomorphic works made from retired elevator steel cables, at Grounds for Sculpture. In Princeton, the Dryden Ensemble uses period instruments to perform Bach’s St John Passion, first played for Good Friday services in 1724. And more.
  • Jun 5 2:30 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the classical masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Mu-Xiang, known for his massive biomorphic works made from retired elevator steel cables, at Grounds for Sculpture. In Princeton, the Dryden Ensemble uses period instruments to perform Bach’s St John Passion, first played for Good Friday services in 1724. And more.
  • Jun 6 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.”
  • Jun 8 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.”
  • Jun 11 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.”
  • Jun 20 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Refugee teens from Syria, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Myanmar create a public artwork at Say It With Clay in Collingswood. Rolling Stone calls Anthony D’Amato’s songwriting “folk music raised on New Jersey grit.” Anthony talks about the mission of his songwriting in a fast-moving political climate. Eco-artist Brandon Ballengée is an artist, biologist, and environmental activist. Plus, “Paradise,” a play about a Muslim-American teenager and her mysterious biology teacher.
  • Jun 22 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Refugee teens from Syria, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Myanmar create a public artwork at Say It With Clay in Collingswood. Rolling Stone calls Anthony D’Amato’s songwriting “folk music raised on New Jersey grit.” Anthony talks about the mission of his songwriting in a fast-moving political climate. Eco-artist Brandon Ballengée is an artist, biologist, and environmental activist. Plus, “Paradise,” a play about a Muslim-American teenager and her mysterious biology teacher.
  • Jun 25 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Refugee teens from Syria, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Myanmar create a public artwork at Say It With Clay in Collingswood. Rolling Stone calls Anthony D’Amato’s songwriting “folk music raised on New Jersey grit.” Anthony talks about the mission of his songwriting in a fast-moving political climate. Eco-artist Brandon Ballengée is an artist, biologist, and environmental activist. Plus, “Paradise,” a play about a Muslim-American teenager and her mysterious biology teacher.
  • Jun 27 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot's first book is “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). Danny’s book launch is in Hoboken, where he shows us around the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz parlayed her degree in art history and a fascination with early American music into a performance career interpreting history with authentic costumes and music. The chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, a visit to Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, in their vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
  • Jun 29 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot's first book is “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). Danny’s book launch is in Hoboken, where he shows us around the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz parlayed her degree in art history and a fascination with early American music into a performance career interpreting history with authentic costumes and music. The chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, a visit to Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, in their vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
ALL ARTS
  • Jun 1 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the classical masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Mu-Xiang, known for his massive biomorphic works made from retired elevator steel cables, at Grounds for Sculpture. In Princeton, the Dryden Ensemble uses period instruments to perform Bach’s St John Passion, first played for Good Friday services in 1724. And more.
  • Jun 1 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the classical masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Mu-Xiang, known for his massive biomorphic works made from retired elevator steel cables, at Grounds for Sculpture. In Princeton, the Dryden Ensemble uses period instruments to perform Bach’s St John Passion, first played for Good Friday services in 1724. And more.
  • Jun 1 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the classical masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Mu-Xiang, known for his massive biomorphic works made from retired elevator steel cables, at Grounds for Sculpture. In Princeton, the Dryden Ensemble uses period instruments to perform Bach’s St John Passion, first played for Good Friday services in 1724. And more.
  • Jun 3 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the classical masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Mu-Xiang, known for his massive biomorphic works made from retired elevator steel cables, at Grounds for Sculpture. In Princeton, the Dryden Ensemble uses period instruments to perform Bach’s St John Passion, first played for Good Friday services in 1724. And more.
  • Jun 3 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the classical masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Mu-Xiang, known for his massive biomorphic works made from retired elevator steel cables, at Grounds for Sculpture. In Princeton, the Dryden Ensemble uses period instruments to perform Bach’s St John Passion, first played for Good Friday services in 1724. And more.
  • Jun 3 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the classical masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Mu-Xiang, known for his massive biomorphic works made from retired elevator steel cables, at Grounds for Sculpture. In Princeton, the Dryden Ensemble uses period instruments to perform Bach’s St John Passion, first played for Good Friday services in 1724. And more.
  • Jun 8 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.”
  • Jun 8 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.”
  • Jun 8 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.”
  • Jun 10 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.”
  • Jun 10 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.”
  • Jun 10 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.”
  • Jun 22 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Refugee teens from Syria, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Myanmar create a public artwork at Say It With Clay in Collingswood. Rolling Stone calls Anthony D’Amato’s songwriting “folk music raised on New Jersey grit.” Anthony talks about the mission of his songwriting in a fast-moving political climate. Eco-artist Brandon Ballengée is an artist, biologist, and environmental activist. Plus, “Paradise,” a play about a Muslim-American teenager and her mysterious biology teacher.
  • Jun 22 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Refugee teens from Syria, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Myanmar create a public artwork at Say It With Clay in Collingswood. Rolling Stone calls Anthony D’Amato’s songwriting “folk music raised on New Jersey grit.” Anthony talks about the mission of his songwriting in a fast-moving political climate. Eco-artist Brandon Ballengée is an artist, biologist, and environmental activist. Plus, “Paradise,” a play about a Muslim-American teenager and her mysterious biology teacher.
  • Jun 22 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Refugee teens from Syria, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Myanmar create a public artwork at Say It With Clay in Collingswood. Rolling Stone calls Anthony D’Amato’s songwriting “folk music raised on New Jersey grit.” Anthony talks about the mission of his songwriting in a fast-moving political climate. Eco-artist Brandon Ballengée is an artist, biologist, and environmental activist. Plus, “Paradise,” a play about a Muslim-American teenager and her mysterious biology teacher.
  • Jun 24 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Refugee teens from Syria, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Myanmar create a public artwork at Say It With Clay in Collingswood. Rolling Stone calls Anthony D’Amato’s songwriting “folk music raised on New Jersey grit.” Anthony talks about the mission of his songwriting in a fast-moving political climate. Eco-artist Brandon Ballengée is an artist, biologist, and environmental activist. Plus, “Paradise,” a play about a Muslim-American teenager and her mysterious biology teacher.
  • Jun 24 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Refugee teens from Syria, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Myanmar create a public artwork at Say It With Clay in Collingswood. Rolling Stone calls Anthony D’Amato’s songwriting “folk music raised on New Jersey grit.” Anthony talks about the mission of his songwriting in a fast-moving political climate. Eco-artist Brandon Ballengée is an artist, biologist, and environmental activist. Plus, “Paradise,” a play about a Muslim-American teenager and her mysterious biology teacher.
  • Jun 24 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Refugee teens from Syria, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Myanmar create a public artwork at Say It With Clay in Collingswood. Rolling Stone calls Anthony D’Amato’s songwriting “folk music raised on New Jersey grit.” Anthony talks about the mission of his songwriting in a fast-moving political climate. Eco-artist Brandon Ballengée is an artist, biologist, and environmental activist. Plus, “Paradise,” a play about a Muslim-American teenager and her mysterious biology teacher.
  • Jun 29 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot's first book is “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). Danny’s book launch is in Hoboken, where he shows us around the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz parlayed her degree in art history and a fascination with early American music into a performance career interpreting history with authentic costumes and music. The chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, a visit to Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, in their vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
  • Jun 29 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot's first book is “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). Danny’s book launch is in Hoboken, where he shows us around the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz parlayed her degree in art history and a fascination with early American music into a performance career interpreting history with authentic costumes and music. The chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, a visit to Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, in their vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
  • Jun 29 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Raw, funny, and moving, poet Danny Shot's first book is “Works” (2018 CavanKerry Press). Danny’s book launch is in Hoboken, where he shows us around the town he’s lived in for over 30 years. Eliza Vincz parlayed her degree in art history and a fascination with early American music into a performance career interpreting history with authentic costumes and music. The chamber choir Ember uses music to explore race relations in America after black soldiers returned from the battlefields of WWI. Plus, a visit to Mana Contemporary, one of the most innovative arts organizations around, in their vast former tobacco warehouse in Jersey City.
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