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  • Jul 21 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    A monumental new copper work by acclaimed sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard is installed on Princeton University’s campus. We visit the artist’s studio in Brooklyn to see its construction. State of the Arts goes to the weeklong James Moody Jazz Festival at NJPAC, including the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition. Plus, “I Might Be Next” by Newark artists Jerry Gant and Bryant Lebron at the Criminal Justice Gallery at Rutgers School of Law investigates the Black experience with law & order.
  • Jul 28 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.
  • Aug 4 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Aviators Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh were the first celebrity couple of the 20th century, hounded by the media at every step. State of the Arts visits an exhibition at Morven Museum in Princeton that charted their remarkable lives. The Morris Museum mounts a retrospective of the work of Carl Burger at age 90. We meet jazz violinist and MacArthur “Genius” Regina Carter. Plus, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award-winning story about two computer scientists at Rutgers University who ask: can an algorithm recognize art history's most creative paintings?
  • Aug 11 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach. And we meet the founder of the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
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  • Jul 18 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets rising Chinese-American conducting star Xian Zhang, the first woman to to lead the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra as Music Director. “Healing Voices OnStage: Caregivers Stories” weaves real stories about caregiving into a theatrical production at the Bickford Theatre in Morristown. The Rowan University Art Gallery West presents “The Sister Chapel,” a historic collaborative installation created at the height of the women’s art movement in the 1970s. Plus, a visit to the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market.
  • Jul 20 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    A monumental new copper work by acclaimed sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard is installed on Princeton University’s campus. We visit the artist’s studio in Brooklyn to see its construction. State of the Arts goes to the weeklong James Moody Jazz Festival at NJPAC, including the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition. Plus, “I Might Be Next” by Newark artists Jerry Gant and Bryant Lebron at the Criminal Justice Gallery at Rutgers School of Law investigates the Black experience with law & order.
  • Jul 22 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    A monumental new copper work by acclaimed sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard is installed on Princeton University’s campus. We visit the artist’s studio in Brooklyn to see its construction. State of the Arts goes to the weeklong James Moody Jazz Festival at NJPAC, including the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition. Plus, “I Might Be Next” by Newark artists Jerry Gant and Bryant Lebron at the Criminal Justice Gallery at Rutgers School of Law investigates the Black experience with law & order.
  • Jul 25 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    A monumental new copper work by acclaimed sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard is installed on Princeton University’s campus. We visit the artist’s studio in Brooklyn to see its construction. State of the Arts goes to the weeklong James Moody Jazz Festival at NJPAC, including the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition. Plus, “I Might Be Next” by Newark artists Jerry Gant and Bryant Lebron at the Criminal Justice Gallery at Rutgers School of Law investigates the Black experience with law & order.
  • Jul 27 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.
  • Jul 29 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.
  • Aug 1 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.
  • Aug 3 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Aviators Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh were the first celebrity couple of the 20th century, hounded by the media at every step. State of the Arts visits an exhibition at Morven Museum in Princeton that charted their remarkable lives. The Morris Museum mounts a retrospective of the work of Carl Burger at age 90. We meet jazz violinist and MacArthur “Genius” Regina Carter. Plus, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award-winning story about two computer scientists at Rutgers University who ask: can an algorithm recognize art history's most creative paintings?
  • Aug 5 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Aviators Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh were the first celebrity couple of the 20th century, hounded by the media at every step. State of the Arts visits an exhibition at Morven Museum in Princeton that charted their remarkable lives. The Morris Museum mounts a retrospective of the work of Carl Burger at age 90. We meet jazz violinist and MacArthur “Genius” Regina Carter. Plus, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award-winning story about two computer scientists at Rutgers University who ask: can an algorithm recognize art history's most creative paintings?
  • Aug 8 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Aviators Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh were the first celebrity couple of the 20th century, hounded by the media at every step. State of the Arts visits an exhibition at Morven Museum in Princeton that charted their remarkable lives. The Morris Museum mounts a retrospective of the work of Carl Burger at age 90. We meet jazz violinist and MacArthur “Genius” Regina Carter. Plus, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award-winning story about two computer scientists at Rutgers University who ask: can an algorithm recognize art history's most creative paintings?
  • Aug 10 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach. And we meet the founder of the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
  • Aug 12 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach. And we meet the founder of the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
ALL ARTS
  • Jul 17 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets rising Chinese-American conducting star Xian Zhang, the first woman to to lead the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra as Music Director. “Healing Voices OnStage: Caregivers Stories” weaves real stories about caregiving into a theatrical production at the Bickford Theatre in Morristown. The Rowan University Art Gallery West presents “The Sister Chapel,” a historic collaborative installation created at the height of the women’s art movement in the 1970s. Plus, a visit to the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market.
  • Jul 17 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets rising Chinese-American conducting star Xian Zhang, the first woman to to lead the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra as Music Director. “Healing Voices OnStage: Caregivers Stories” weaves real stories about caregiving into a theatrical production at the Bickford Theatre in Morristown. The Rowan University Art Gallery West presents “The Sister Chapel,” a historic collaborative installation created at the height of the women’s art movement in the 1970s. Plus, a visit to the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market.
  • Jul 17 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    State of the Arts meets rising Chinese-American conducting star Xian Zhang, the first woman to to lead the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra as Music Director. “Healing Voices OnStage: Caregivers Stories” weaves real stories about caregiving into a theatrical production at the Bickford Theatre in Morristown. The Rowan University Art Gallery West presents “The Sister Chapel,” a historic collaborative installation created at the height of the women’s art movement in the 1970s. Plus, a visit to the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market.
  • Jul 22 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    A monumental new copper work by acclaimed sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard is installed on Princeton University’s campus. We visit the artist’s studio in Brooklyn to see its construction. State of the Arts goes to the weeklong James Moody Jazz Festival at NJPAC, including the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition. Plus, “I Might Be Next” by Newark artists Jerry Gant and Bryant Lebron at the Criminal Justice Gallery at Rutgers School of Law investigates the Black experience with law & order.
  • Jul 22 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    A monumental new copper work by acclaimed sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard is installed on Princeton University’s campus. We visit the artist’s studio in Brooklyn to see its construction. State of the Arts goes to the weeklong James Moody Jazz Festival at NJPAC, including the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition. Plus, “I Might Be Next” by Newark artists Jerry Gant and Bryant Lebron at the Criminal Justice Gallery at Rutgers School of Law investigates the Black experience with law & order.
  • Jul 22 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    A monumental new copper work by acclaimed sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard is installed on Princeton University’s campus. We visit the artist’s studio in Brooklyn to see its construction. State of the Arts goes to the weeklong James Moody Jazz Festival at NJPAC, including the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition. Plus, “I Might Be Next” by Newark artists Jerry Gant and Bryant Lebron at the Criminal Justice Gallery at Rutgers School of Law investigates the Black experience with law & order.
  • Jul 24 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    A monumental new copper work by acclaimed sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard is installed on Princeton University’s campus. We visit the artist’s studio in Brooklyn to see its construction. State of the Arts goes to the weeklong James Moody Jazz Festival at NJPAC, including the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition. Plus, “I Might Be Next” by Newark artists Jerry Gant and Bryant Lebron at the Criminal Justice Gallery at Rutgers School of Law investigates the Black experience with law & order.
  • Jul 24 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    A monumental new copper work by acclaimed sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard is installed on Princeton University’s campus. We visit the artist’s studio in Brooklyn to see its construction. State of the Arts goes to the weeklong James Moody Jazz Festival at NJPAC, including the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition. Plus, “I Might Be Next” by Newark artists Jerry Gant and Bryant Lebron at the Criminal Justice Gallery at Rutgers School of Law investigates the Black experience with law & order.
  • Jul 24 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    A monumental new copper work by acclaimed sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard is installed on Princeton University’s campus. We visit the artist’s studio in Brooklyn to see its construction. State of the Arts goes to the weeklong James Moody Jazz Festival at NJPAC, including the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition. Plus, “I Might Be Next” by Newark artists Jerry Gant and Bryant Lebron at the Criminal Justice Gallery at Rutgers School of Law investigates the Black experience with law & order.
  • Jul 29 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.
  • Jul 29 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.
  • Jul 29 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.
  • Jul 31 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.
  • Jul 31 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.
  • Jul 31 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.
  • Aug 5 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Aviators Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh were the first celebrity couple of the 20th century, hounded by the media at every step. State of the Arts visits an exhibition at Morven Museum in Princeton that charted their remarkable lives. The Morris Museum mounts a retrospective of the work of Carl Burger at age 90. We meet jazz violinist and MacArthur “Genius” Regina Carter. Plus, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award-winning story about two computer scientists at Rutgers University who ask: can an algorithm recognize art history's most creative paintings?
  • Aug 5 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Aviators Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh were the first celebrity couple of the 20th century, hounded by the media at every step. State of the Arts visits an exhibition at Morven Museum in Princeton that charted their remarkable lives. The Morris Museum mounts a retrospective of the work of Carl Burger at age 90. We meet jazz violinist and MacArthur “Genius” Regina Carter. Plus, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award-winning story about two computer scientists at Rutgers University who ask: can an algorithm recognize art history's most creative paintings?
  • Aug 5 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Aviators Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh were the first celebrity couple of the 20th century, hounded by the media at every step. State of the Arts visits an exhibition at Morven Museum in Princeton that charted their remarkable lives. The Morris Museum mounts a retrospective of the work of Carl Burger at age 90. We meet jazz violinist and MacArthur “Genius” Regina Carter. Plus, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award-winning story about two computer scientists at Rutgers University who ask: can an algorithm recognize art history's most creative paintings?
  • Aug 7 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Aviators Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh were the first celebrity couple of the 20th century, hounded by the media at every step. State of the Arts visits an exhibition at Morven Museum in Princeton that charted their remarkable lives. The Morris Museum mounts a retrospective of the work of Carl Burger at age 90. We meet jazz violinist and MacArthur “Genius” Regina Carter. Plus, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award-winning story about two computer scientists at Rutgers University who ask: can an algorithm recognize art history's most creative paintings?
  • Aug 7 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Aviators Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh were the first celebrity couple of the 20th century, hounded by the media at every step. State of the Arts visits an exhibition at Morven Museum in Princeton that charted their remarkable lives. The Morris Museum mounts a retrospective of the work of Carl Burger at age 90. We meet jazz violinist and MacArthur “Genius” Regina Carter. Plus, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award-winning story about two computer scientists at Rutgers University who ask: can an algorithm recognize art history's most creative paintings?
  • Aug 7 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Aviators Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh were the first celebrity couple of the 20th century, hounded by the media at every step. State of the Arts visits an exhibition at Morven Museum in Princeton that charted their remarkable lives. The Morris Museum mounts a retrospective of the work of Carl Burger at age 90. We meet jazz violinist and MacArthur “Genius” Regina Carter. Plus, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award-winning story about two computer scientists at Rutgers University who ask: can an algorithm recognize art history's most creative paintings?
  • Aug 12 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach. And we meet the founder of the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
  • Aug 12 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach. And we meet the founder of the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
  • Aug 12 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach. And we meet the founder of the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
  • Aug 14 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach. And we meet the founder of the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
  • Aug 14 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach. And we meet the founder of the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
  • Aug 14 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    The Atlantic City Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to the historic shore town of Atlantic City to check out its homegrown cultural scene. At 48 Blocks Atlantic City, artists and performers share their creative spirit with the community in a festival lasting 48 hours. We meet the formerly homeless women of MudGirls Studios as they produce pottery and tiles, making a living and a life in the process. Photographer Brian Rose explores the contrast between Atlantic City’s high-rise casinos and its older neighborhoods. Plus, Chicken Bone Beach Jazz keeps the city’s African American history alive and presents concerts on the beach. And we meet the founder of the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey at the Noyes Arts Garage.
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