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  • Jan 26 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    The McCarter Theatre travels to Greensboro, North Carolina, for a community reading of Emily Mann’s play ”Greensboro: A Requiem” on the 40th anniversary of the Greensboro Massacre. Francesca Maximé and her journey from on-camera news anchor to award-winning poet and therapist. We meet artist German Pitre during his six-month tenure as Artist-in-Residence at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Newark Express. And, tthe New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performs Serge Prokofiev's heartbreaking score to the ballet Romeo and Juliet.
  • Feb 2 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.
  • Feb 9 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University confronts the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Meet clarinetist Andy Lamy, a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
  • Feb 16 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy auction house in Lambertville, specializing in ceramics, glass, and modern design. 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.
  • Feb 23 11:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. 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 painter Julie Heffernan.
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  • Jan 27 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    The McCarter Theatre travels to Greensboro, North Carolina, for a community reading of Emily Mann’s play ”Greensboro: A Requiem” on the 40th anniversary of the Greensboro Massacre. Francesca Maximé and her journey from on-camera news anchor to award-winning poet and therapist. We meet artist German Pitre during his six-month tenure as Artist-in-Residence at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Newark Express. And, tthe New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performs Serge Prokofiev's heartbreaking score to the ballet Romeo and Juliet.
  • Jan 29 8:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    The McCarter Theatre travels to Greensboro, North Carolina, for a community reading of Emily Mann’s play ”Greensboro: A Requiem” on the 40th anniversary of the Greensboro Massacre. Francesca Maximé and her journey from on-camera news anchor to award-winning poet and therapist. We meet artist German Pitre during his six-month tenure as Artist-in-Residence at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Newark Express. And, tthe New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performs Serge Prokofiev's heartbreaking score to the ballet Romeo and Juliet.
  • Jan 30 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    The McCarter Theatre travels to Greensboro, North Carolina, for a community reading of Emily Mann’s play ”Greensboro: A Requiem” on the 40th anniversary of the Greensboro Massacre. Francesca Maximé and her journey from on-camera news anchor to award-winning poet and therapist. We meet artist German Pitre during his six-month tenure as Artist-in-Residence at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Newark Express. And, tthe New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performs Serge Prokofiev's heartbreaking score to the ballet Romeo and Juliet.
  • Jan 31 2:30 am
    State of the Arts
    The McCarter Theatre travels to Greensboro, North Carolina, for a community reading of Emily Mann’s play ”Greensboro: A Requiem” on the 40th anniversary of the Greensboro Massacre. Francesca Maximé and her journey from on-camera news anchor to award-winning poet and therapist. We meet artist German Pitre during his six-month tenure as Artist-in-Residence at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Newark Express. And, tthe New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performs Serge Prokofiev's heartbreaking score to the ballet Romeo and Juliet.
  • Feb 1 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.
  • Feb 3 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.
  • Feb 6 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.
  • Feb 8 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University confronts the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Meet clarinetist Andy Lamy, a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
  • Feb 10 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University confronts the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Meet clarinetist Andy Lamy, a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
  • Feb 13 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University confronts the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Meet clarinetist Andy Lamy, a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
  • Feb 15 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy auction house in Lambertville, specializing in ceramics, glass, and modern design. 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.
  • Feb 17 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy auction house in Lambertville, specializing in ceramics, glass, and modern design. 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.
  • Feb 20 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy auction house in Lambertville, specializing in ceramics, glass, and modern design. 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.
  • Feb 22 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. 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 painter Julie Heffernan.
  • Feb 24 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. 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 painter Julie Heffernan.
ALL ARTS
  • Jan 27 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    The McCarter Theatre travels to Greensboro, North Carolina, for a community reading of Emily Mann’s play ”Greensboro: A Requiem” on the 40th anniversary of the Greensboro Massacre. Francesca Maximé and her journey from on-camera news anchor to award-winning poet and therapist. We meet artist German Pitre during his six-month tenure as Artist-in-Residence at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Newark Express. And, tthe New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performs Serge Prokofiev's heartbreaking score to the ballet Romeo and Juliet.
  • Jan 27 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    The McCarter Theatre travels to Greensboro, North Carolina, for a community reading of Emily Mann’s play ”Greensboro: A Requiem” on the 40th anniversary of the Greensboro Massacre. Francesca Maximé and her journey from on-camera news anchor to award-winning poet and therapist. We meet artist German Pitre during his six-month tenure as Artist-in-Residence at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Newark Express. And, tthe New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performs Serge Prokofiev's heartbreaking score to the ballet Romeo and Juliet.
  • Jan 27 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    The McCarter Theatre travels to Greensboro, North Carolina, for a community reading of Emily Mann’s play ”Greensboro: A Requiem” on the 40th anniversary of the Greensboro Massacre. Francesca Maximé and her journey from on-camera news anchor to award-winning poet and therapist. We meet artist German Pitre during his six-month tenure as Artist-in-Residence at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Newark Express. And, tthe New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performs Serge Prokofiev's heartbreaking score to the ballet Romeo and Juliet.
  • Jan 29 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    The McCarter Theatre travels to Greensboro, North Carolina, for a community reading of Emily Mann’s play ”Greensboro: A Requiem” on the 40th anniversary of the Greensboro Massacre. Francesca Maximé and her journey from on-camera news anchor to award-winning poet and therapist. We meet artist German Pitre during his six-month tenure as Artist-in-Residence at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Newark Express. And, tthe New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performs Serge Prokofiev's heartbreaking score to the ballet Romeo and Juliet.
  • Jan 29 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    The McCarter Theatre travels to Greensboro, North Carolina, for a community reading of Emily Mann’s play ”Greensboro: A Requiem” on the 40th anniversary of the Greensboro Massacre. Francesca Maximé and her journey from on-camera news anchor to award-winning poet and therapist. We meet artist German Pitre during his six-month tenure as Artist-in-Residence at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Newark Express. And, tthe New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performs Serge Prokofiev's heartbreaking score to the ballet Romeo and Juliet.
  • Jan 29 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    The McCarter Theatre travels to Greensboro, North Carolina, for a community reading of Emily Mann’s play ”Greensboro: A Requiem” on the 40th anniversary of the Greensboro Massacre. Francesca Maximé and her journey from on-camera news anchor to award-winning poet and therapist. We meet artist German Pitre during his six-month tenure as Artist-in-Residence at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Newark Express. And, tthe New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performs Serge Prokofiev's heartbreaking score to the ballet Romeo and Juliet.
  • Feb 3 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.
  • Feb 3 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.
  • Feb 3 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.
  • Feb 5 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.
  • Feb 5 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.
  • Feb 5 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.
  • Feb 10 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University confronts the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Meet clarinetist Andy Lamy, a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
  • Feb 10 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University confronts the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Meet clarinetist Andy Lamy, a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
  • Feb 10 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University confronts the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Meet clarinetist Andy Lamy, a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
  • Feb 12 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University confronts the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Meet clarinetist Andy Lamy, a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
  • Feb 12 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University confronts the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Meet clarinetist Andy Lamy, a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
  • Feb 12 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University confronts the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Meet clarinetist Andy Lamy, a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
  • Feb 17 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy auction house in Lambertville, specializing in ceramics, glass, and modern design. 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.
  • Feb 17 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy auction house in Lambertville, specializing in ceramics, glass, and modern design. 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.
  • Feb 17 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy auction house in Lambertville, specializing in ceramics, glass, and modern design. 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.
  • Feb 19 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy auction house in Lambertville, specializing in ceramics, glass, and modern design. 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.
  • Feb 19 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy auction house in Lambertville, specializing in ceramics, glass, and modern design. 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.
  • Feb 19 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle is the writer and star of Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical at The George Street Playhouse. David Rago appears on Antiques Roadshow, and has a busy auction house in Lambertville, specializing in ceramics, glass, and modern design. 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.
  • Feb 24 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. 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 painter Julie Heffernan.
  • Feb 24 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. 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 painter Julie Heffernan.
  • Feb 24 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Mary McDonnell (Dances with Wolves, Battlestar Galactica) in the starring role of Gloria: A Life, by playwright Emily Mann of the McCarter Theatre. The legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson whose music was the soundtrack of the 1920's. 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 painter Julie Heffernan.
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