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  • Aug 16 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary and founding director of the Smithsonian’ s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
  • Aug 23 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage 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. A Mid-Atlantic Emmy-winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Aug 30 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the romantic masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Muxiang, known for his 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, a tribute to the late, great jazz guitarist, Bucky Pizzarelli.
  • Sep 6 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Meet Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn at his home in Frostburg, Maryland and at an intensive writing workshop at Stockton University where he was the special guest. Aisvarya Chandrasekar has been learning to sing Southern India’s classical Carnatic music since age six. We met Aisvarya during her apprenticeship with master teacher Rajeswari Satish. Photographer Todd R. Darling creates a portrait 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.
NJTV
  • Aug 13 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 built by Kea Tawana in Newark’s Central Ward in the 1980s. Trilogy: An Opera Company continues its mission with an opera about the Central Park Five. And, hot glass transforms the lives of Newark youth at GlassRoots.
  • Aug 15 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary and founding director of the Smithsonian’ s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
  • Aug 16 9:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary and founding director of the Smithsonian’ s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
  • Aug 17 5:36 am
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary and founding director of the Smithsonian’ s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
  • Aug 20 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary and founding director of the Smithsonian’ s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
  • Aug 22 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage 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. A Mid-Atlantic Emmy-winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Aug 23 9:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage 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. A Mid-Atlantic Emmy-winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Aug 24 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage 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. A Mid-Atlantic Emmy-winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Aug 27 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage 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. A Mid-Atlantic Emmy-winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Aug 29 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the romantic masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Muxiang, known for his 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, a tribute to the late, great jazz guitarist, Bucky Pizzarelli.
  • Aug 30 9:30 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the romantic masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Muxiang, known for his 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, a tribute to the late, great jazz guitarist, Bucky Pizzarelli.
  • Aug 31 5:36 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the romantic masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Muxiang, known for his 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, a tribute to the late, great jazz guitarist, Bucky Pizzarelli.
  • Sep 3 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the romantic masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Muxiang, known for his 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, a tribute to the late, great jazz guitarist, Bucky Pizzarelli.
  • Sep 5 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Meet Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn at his home in Frostburg, Maryland and at an intensive writing workshop at Stockton University where he was the special guest. Aisvarya Chandrasekar has been learning to sing Southern India’s classical Carnatic music since age six. We met Aisvarya during her apprenticeship with master teacher Rajeswari Satish. Photographer Todd R. Darling creates a portrait 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.
  • Sep 6 9:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Meet Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn at his home in Frostburg, Maryland and at an intensive writing workshop at Stockton University where he was the special guest. Aisvarya Chandrasekar has been learning to sing Southern India’s classical Carnatic music since age six. We met Aisvarya during her apprenticeship with master teacher Rajeswari Satish. Photographer Todd R. Darling creates a portrait 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.
  • Sep 7 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Meet Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn at his home in Frostburg, Maryland and at an intensive writing workshop at Stockton University where he was the special guest. Aisvarya Chandrasekar has been learning to sing Southern India’s classical Carnatic music since age six. We met Aisvarya during her apprenticeship with master teacher Rajeswari Satish. Photographer Todd R. Darling creates a portrait 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.
  • Sep 10 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Meet Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn at his home in Frostburg, Maryland and at an intensive writing workshop at Stockton University where he was the special guest. Aisvarya Chandrasekar has been learning to sing Southern India’s classical Carnatic music since age six. We met Aisvarya during her apprenticeship with master teacher Rajeswari Satish. Photographer Todd R. Darling creates a portrait 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.
ALL ARTS
  • Aug 17 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary and founding director of the Smithsonian’ s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
  • Aug 17 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary and founding director of the Smithsonian’ s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
  • Aug 17 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary and founding director of the Smithsonian’ s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
  • Aug 19 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary and founding director of the Smithsonian’ s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
  • Aug 19 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary and founding director of the Smithsonian’ s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
  • Aug 19 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary and founding director of the Smithsonian’ s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
  • Aug 24 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage 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. A Mid-Atlantic Emmy-winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Aug 24 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage 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. A Mid-Atlantic Emmy-winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Aug 24 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage 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. A Mid-Atlantic Emmy-winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Aug 26 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage 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. A Mid-Atlantic Emmy-winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Aug 26 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage 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. A Mid-Atlantic Emmy-winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Aug 26 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage 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. A Mid-Atlantic Emmy-winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Aug 31 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the romantic masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Muxiang, known for his 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, a tribute to the late, great jazz guitarist, Bucky Pizzarelli.
  • Aug 31 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the romantic masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Muxiang, known for his 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, a tribute to the late, great jazz guitarist, Bucky Pizzarelli.
  • Aug 31 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage 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. A Mid-Atlantic Emmy-winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark’s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
  • Sep 2 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the romantic masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Muxiang, known for his 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, a tribute to the late, great jazz guitarist, Bucky Pizzarelli.
  • Sep 2 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the romantic masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Muxiang, known for his 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, a tribute to the late, great jazz guitarist, Bucky Pizzarelli.
  • Sep 2 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    American Repertory Ballet stages the romantic masterwork Giselle, a ballet beloved by dancers for its emphasis on both technique and story. Taiwanese artist Kang Muxiang, known for his 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, a tribute to the late, great jazz guitarist, Bucky Pizzarelli.
  • Sep 7 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Meet Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn at his home in Frostburg, Maryland and at an intensive writing workshop at Stockton University where he was the special guest. Aisvarya Chandrasekar has been learning to sing Southern India’s classical Carnatic music since age six. We met Aisvarya during her apprenticeship with master teacher Rajeswari Satish. Photographer Todd R. Darling creates a portrait 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.
  • Sep 7 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Meet Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn at his home in Frostburg, Maryland and at an intensive writing workshop at Stockton University where he was the special guest. Aisvarya Chandrasekar has been learning to sing Southern India’s classical Carnatic music since age six. We met Aisvarya during her apprenticeship with master teacher Rajeswari Satish. Photographer Todd R. Darling creates a portrait 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.
  • Sep 7 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Meet Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn at his home in Frostburg, Maryland and at an intensive writing workshop at Stockton University where he was the special guest. Aisvarya Chandrasekar has been learning to sing Southern India’s classical Carnatic music since age six. We met Aisvarya during her apprenticeship with master teacher Rajeswari Satish. Photographer Todd R. Darling creates a portrait 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.
  • Sep 9 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Meet Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn at his home in Frostburg, Maryland and at an intensive writing workshop at Stockton University where he was the special guest. Aisvarya Chandrasekar has been learning to sing Southern India’s classical Carnatic music since age six. We met Aisvarya during her apprenticeship with master teacher Rajeswari Satish. Photographer Todd R. Darling creates a portrait 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.
  • Sep 9 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Meet Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn at his home in Frostburg, Maryland and at an intensive writing workshop at Stockton University where he was the special guest. Aisvarya Chandrasekar has been learning to sing Southern India’s classical Carnatic music since age six. We met Aisvarya during her apprenticeship with master teacher Rajeswari Satish. Photographer Todd R. Darling creates a portrait 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.
  • Sep 9 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Meet Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn at his home in Frostburg, Maryland and at an intensive writing workshop at Stockton University where he was the special guest. Aisvarya Chandrasekar has been learning to sing Southern India’s classical Carnatic music since age six. We met Aisvarya during her apprenticeship with master teacher Rajeswari Satish. Photographer Todd R. Darling creates a portrait 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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