Discover creative personalities and productions in and around New Jersey. Recognized as one of the outstanding arts programs in the country, this award-winning program features stories that range from in-depth profiles of world-renowned artists to visits with emerging dancers and musicians.Visit State of the Arts Website
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A profile of realist painter Mel Leipzig, who paints people from life in their worlds.
Architect/Designer/Artist Michael Graves gives a tour of his home, "The Warehouse."
At the Creative Glass Center of America resident artists pursue their creative vision.
Napoleons older brother Joseph Bonaparte and his magnificent estate in Bordentown NJ
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Ceramic artist Bennett Bean talks about life, luck and Buddhism in his bucolic studio.
The NJ Festival Orchestra tackles "Carmina Burana" with high school and adult choirs.
Photographs of the great sculptor George Segal by his friend Donald Lokuta.
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s deep connection to Newark.
International artists make new work inspired by the history of glass at Wheaton Arts.
Photographer Linda Troeller has been taking self-portraits for almost 40 years.
Poets Robert Pinsky, Maria Mazziotti Gillan, and others reflect on being from New Jersey.
Poet Brenda Shaughnessy at the Dodge Poetry Festival and teaching at Rutgers-Newark.
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