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  • Nov 24 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her childrens book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
  • Dec 1 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.
  • Dec 8 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.
  • Dec 15 11:30 am
    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 premieres a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances. 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 drop by 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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  • Nov 21 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    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.
  • Nov 25 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her childrens book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
  • Nov 27 8:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her childrens book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
  • Nov 28 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her childrens book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
  • Nov 29 2:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her childrens book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
  • Nov 30 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.
  • Dec 2 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.
  • Dec 5 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.
  • Dec 7 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.
  • Dec 9 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.
  • Dec 12 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.
  • Dec 14 7:30 pm
    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 premieres a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances. 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 drop by 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.
  • Dec 16 5:30 am
    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 premieres a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances. 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 drop by 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.
ALL ARTS
  • Nov 20 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    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.
  • Nov 20 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    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.
  • Nov 20 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    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.
  • Nov 25 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her childrens book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
  • Nov 25 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her childrens book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
  • Nov 25 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her childrens book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
  • Nov 27 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her childrens book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
  • Nov 27 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her childrens book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
  • Nov 27 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater in Red Bank gives Pamela's First Musical its world premiere. It was Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein s last work, based on her childrens book of the same name. Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates the USS Kye Kye Kule with objects found on site at the historic Mystic Seaport. Musician Nelson Baez keeps the infectious Puerto Rican tradition of Bomba alive in New Jersey. Plus, poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan’s heartfelt work is deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
  • Dec 2 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.
  • Dec 2 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.
  • Dec 2 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.
  • Dec 4 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.
  • Dec 4 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.
  • Dec 4 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.
  • Dec 9 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.
  • Dec 9 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.
  • Dec 9 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.
  • Dec 11 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.
  • Dec 11 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.
  • Dec 11 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.
  • Dec 16 5:30 am
    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 premieres a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances. 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 drop by 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.
  • Dec 16 10:30 am
    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 premieres a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances. 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 drop by 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.
  • Dec 16 3:30 pm
    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 premieres a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances. 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 drop by 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.
  • Dec 18 5:00 am
    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 premieres a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances. 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 drop by 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.
  • Dec 18 10:00 am
    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 premieres a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances. 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 drop by 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.
  • Dec 18 3:00 pm
    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 premieres a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances. 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 drop by 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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