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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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
Manifest: New Photographs by Wendel White
Identical twins Nalani and Sarina Bolton have made music together since they were kids.
Photographer George Osodi brings us up close to the many royal families of Nigeria.
Artist Clark Stoeckly's graphic novel about whistleblower Pvt. Chelsea Manning.
A dream leads to a new dance by NJ Tap Ensemble's artistic director Deborah Mitchell.
Artist Jim Toia co-creates work with mushrooms, spiders, ants, woodpeckers, and jellyfish.
Traditional Indian music and Kathak dance evolve with Pradhanica, a multi-ethnic ensemble.
The arts are redeveloping and transforming the legendary shore town of Asbury Park, NJ.
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