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  • Sep 22 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets jazz master, keyboardist Chick Corea, along with bass powerhouse Christian McBride and drummer Brian Blade, together to perform music from their Grammy-winning CD Trilogy at NJPAC. 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 his exhibition “ Beauties,” 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 12 Steampunk artists inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engines, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, a master class at Two River Theater on the art of the stage fight.
  • Sep 29 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    A new play starring Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) as Gloria Steinem opens the McCarter Theatre’s season. We meet McDonnell and playwright Emily Mann, who worked closely with the iconic feminist to create the participatory drama, Gloria: A Life. Plus, the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's, and, in Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist Julie Heffernan in an exhibit at the Rowan University Art Gallery.
  • Oct 6 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.
  • Oct 13 11:30 am
    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 Cervantes’ classic 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’s setting up his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
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  • Sep 19 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
  • Sep 21 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets jazz master, keyboardist Chick Corea, along with bass powerhouse Christian McBride and drummer Brian Blade, together to perform music from their Grammy-winning CD Trilogy at NJPAC. 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 his exhibition “ Beauties,” 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 12 Steampunk artists inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engines, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, a master class at Two River Theater on the art of the stage fight.
  • Sep 23 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets jazz master, keyboardist Chick Corea, along with bass powerhouse Christian McBride and drummer Brian Blade, together to perform music from their Grammy-winning CD Trilogy at NJPAC. 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 his exhibition “ Beauties,” 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 12 Steampunk artists inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engines, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, a master class at Two River Theater on the art of the stage fight.
  • Sep 25 8:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    A new play starring Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) as Gloria Steinem opens the McCarter Theatre’s season. We meet McDonnell and playwright Emily Mann, who worked closely with the iconic feminist to create the participatory drama, Gloria: A Life. Plus, the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's, and, in Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist Julie Heffernan in an exhibit at the Rowan University Art Gallery.
  • Sep 26 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets jazz master, keyboardist Chick Corea, along with bass powerhouse Christian McBride and drummer Brian Blade, together to perform music from their Grammy-winning CD Trilogy at NJPAC. 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 his exhibition “ Beauties,” 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 12 Steampunk artists inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engines, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, a master class at Two River Theater on the art of the stage fight.
  • Sep 27 2:30 am
    State of the Arts
    A new play starring Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) as Gloria Steinem opens the McCarter Theatre’s season. We meet McDonnell and playwright Emily Mann, who worked closely with the iconic feminist to create the participatory drama, Gloria: A Life. Plus, the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's, and, in Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist Julie Heffernan in an exhibit at the Rowan University Art Gallery.
  • Sep 28 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    A new play starring Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) as Gloria Steinem opens the McCarter Theatre’s season. We meet McDonnell and playwright Emily Mann, who worked closely with the iconic feminist to create the participatory drama, Gloria: A Life. Plus, the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's, and, in Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist Julie Heffernan in an exhibit at the Rowan University Art Gallery.
  • Sep 30 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    A new play starring Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) as Gloria Steinem opens the McCarter Theatre’s season. We meet McDonnell and playwright Emily Mann, who worked closely with the iconic feminist to create the participatory drama, Gloria: A Life. Plus, the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's, and, in Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist Julie Heffernan in an exhibit at the Rowan University Art Gallery.
  • Oct 3 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    A new play starring Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) as Gloria Steinem opens the McCarter Theatre’s season. We meet McDonnell and playwright Emily Mann, who worked closely with the iconic feminist to create the participatory drama, Gloria: A Life. Plus, the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's, and, in Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist Julie Heffernan in an exhibit at the Rowan University Art Gallery.
  • Oct 5 7:30 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.
  • Oct 7 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.
  • Oct 10 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.
  • Oct 12 7:30 pm
    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 Cervantes’ classic 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’s setting up his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
  • Oct 14 5:30 am
    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 Cervantes’ classic 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’s setting up his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
ALL ARTS
  • Sep 16 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
  • Sep 18 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
  • Sep 18 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
  • Sep 18 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical in a world premiere at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago’s Arts and Auction Center specializes in ceramics, glass, and modern design. David appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy headquarters in Lambertville. Soprano Dawn Upshaw performs composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. And, State of the Arts remembers Geoffrey Hendricks, a founding member of the Fluxus artists group at Rutgers.
  • Sep 23 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets jazz master, keyboardist Chick Corea, along with bass powerhouse Christian McBride and drummer Brian Blade, together to perform music from their Grammy-winning CD Trilogy at NJPAC. 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 his exhibition “ Beauties,” 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 12 Steampunk artists inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engines, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, a master class at Two River Theater on the art of the stage fight.
  • Sep 23 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets jazz master, keyboardist Chick Corea, along with bass powerhouse Christian McBride and drummer Brian Blade, together to perform music from their Grammy-winning CD Trilogy at NJPAC. 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 his exhibition “ Beauties,” 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 12 Steampunk artists inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engines, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, a master class at Two River Theater on the art of the stage fight.
  • Sep 23 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets jazz master, keyboardist Chick Corea, along with bass powerhouse Christian McBride and drummer Brian Blade, together to perform music from their Grammy-winning CD Trilogy at NJPAC. 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 his exhibition “ Beauties,” 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 12 Steampunk artists inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engines, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, a master class at Two River Theater on the art of the stage fight.
  • Sep 25 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets jazz master, keyboardist Chick Corea, along with bass powerhouse Christian McBride and drummer Brian Blade, together to perform music from their Grammy-winning CD Trilogy at NJPAC. 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 his exhibition “ Beauties,” 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 12 Steampunk artists inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engines, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, a master class at Two River Theater on the art of the stage fight.
  • Sep 25 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets jazz master, keyboardist Chick Corea, along with bass powerhouse Christian McBride and drummer Brian Blade, together to perform music from their Grammy-winning CD Trilogy at NJPAC. 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 his exhibition “ Beauties,” 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 12 Steampunk artists inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engines, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, a master class at Two River Theater on the art of the stage fight.
  • Sep 25 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets jazz master, keyboardist Chick Corea, along with bass powerhouse Christian McBride and drummer Brian Blade, together to perform music from their Grammy-winning CD Trilogy at NJPAC. 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 his exhibition “ Beauties,” 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 12 Steampunk artists inspired by 19th-century industrial design, steam engines, and futuristic themes from the past. Plus, a master class at Two River Theater on the art of the stage fight.
  • Sep 30 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    A new play starring Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) as Gloria Steinem opens the McCarter Theatre’s season. We meet McDonnell and playwright Emily Mann, who worked closely with the iconic feminist to create the participatory drama, Gloria: A Life. Plus, the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's, and, in Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist Julie Heffernan in an exhibit at the Rowan University Art Gallery.
  • Sep 30 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    A new play starring Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) as Gloria Steinem opens the McCarter Theatre’s season. We meet McDonnell and playwright Emily Mann, who worked closely with the iconic feminist to create the participatory drama, Gloria: A Life. Plus, the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's, and, in Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist Julie Heffernan in an exhibit at the Rowan University Art Gallery.
  • Sep 30 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    A new play starring Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) as Gloria Steinem opens the McCarter Theatre’s season. We meet McDonnell and playwright Emily Mann, who worked closely with the iconic feminist to create the participatory drama, Gloria: A Life. Plus, the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's, and, in Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist Julie Heffernan in an exhibit at the Rowan University Art Gallery.
  • Oct 2 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    A new play starring Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) as Gloria Steinem opens the McCarter Theatre’s season. We meet McDonnell and playwright Emily Mann, who worked closely with the iconic feminist to create the participatory drama, Gloria: A Life. Plus, the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's, and, in Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist Julie Heffernan in an exhibit at the Rowan University Art Gallery.
  • Oct 2 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    A new play starring Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) as Gloria Steinem opens the McCarter Theatre’s season. We meet McDonnell and playwright Emily Mann, who worked closely with the iconic feminist to create the participatory drama, Gloria: A Life. Plus, the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's, and, in Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist Julie Heffernan in an exhibit at the Rowan University Art Gallery.
  • Oct 2 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    A new play starring Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) as Gloria Steinem opens the McCarter Theatre’s season. We meet McDonnell and playwright Emily Mann, who worked closely with the iconic feminist to create the participatory drama, Gloria: A Life. Plus, the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's, and, in Trenton, we follow the restoration of a major work by Nam June Paik, widely considered the founder of video art. Plus, the feminist magic realist Julie Heffernan in an exhibit at the Rowan University Art Gallery.
  • Oct 7 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.
  • Oct 7 10:30 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.
  • Oct 7 3:30 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.
  • Oct 9 5:00 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.
  • Oct 9 10:00 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.
  • Oct 9 3:00 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.
  • Oct 14 5:30 am
    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 Cervantes’ classic 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’s setting up his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
  • Oct 14 10:30 am
    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 Cervantes’ classic 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’s setting up his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
  • Oct 14 3:30 pm
    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 Cervantes’ classic 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’s setting up his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
  • Oct 16 5:00 am
    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 Cervantes’ classic 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’s setting up his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
  • Oct 16 10:00 am
    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 Cervantes’ classic 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’s setting up his own blacksmith shop at Tuckerton Seaport. Plus, a visit to the NJ Arts Annual’s 50th anniversary exhibition.
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