State of the Arts
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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At GlassRoots in Newark, hot glass transforms the lives of urban youths.
Jazz in the Key of Ellison is a star-studded celebration of the great American writer.
Kea Tawana built a giant Ark out of salvaged materials in Newark in the 1980s.
Newark's Trilogy Opera premieres FIVE, the story of the Central Park Five.
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
6 photographers document Bruce Springsteen’s life and career over decades.
Master glass artist Paul Stankard shares how he makes his intricate paperweights.
The housewives of New Jersey meet ancient Greek tragedy in a comedy at Two River Theater.
The New Jersey State Council on the Arts celebrates 50 years.
An exhibit of American art created between the fall of the Berlin Wall and 9/11.
Veterans cope by writing poems and creating art using paper made from their old uniforms.
Nimbus Dance Works, part of the revitalization of Jersey City, NJ.
Violinist Sarah Chang spends 2 weeks with the NJSO, performing and working with students.
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