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Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Ride the Cyclone at McCarter Theatre

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Ride the Cyclone at McCarter Theatre

“Ride the Cyclone,” directed by McCarter Theatre’s new artistic director Sarah Rasmussen.

Ride the Cyclone at McCarter Theatre

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Olmsted's Last Great Park: Cadwalader

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Olmsted's Last Great Park: Cadwalader

Frederick Law Olmstead’s last great design, Cadwalader Park in Trenton, NJ.

Olmsted's Last Great Park: Cadwalader

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts The OK Trenton Project

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The OK Trenton Project

“The OK Trenton Project" is a new play based on a true story of kids, art, and gangs.

The OK Trenton Project

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Jazz Drummer Billy Hart

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Jazz Drummer Billy Hart

A profile of jazz drummer Billy Hart, now in his 80s and a 2022 NEA Jazz Master.

Jazz Drummer Billy Hart

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Wendel White: Schools for the Colored

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Wendel White: Schools for the Colored

Photographer Wendel White’s series "Schools for the Colored."

Wendel White: Schools for the Colored

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Posing Beauty in African American Culture

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Posing Beauty in African American Culture

Deb Willis on her breakthrough exhibition "Posing Beauty in African American Culture."

Posing Beauty in African American Culture

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts LIFE and Death

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LIFE and Death

In 1945, LIFE magazine used photos to convince Americans that the Holocaust was real.

LIFE and Death

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Edwin Torres, Photographer Towers: Holding On

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Edwin Torres, Photographer Towers: Holding On

Edwin Torres photographs his family in the Bronx and Puerto Rico in "Towers: Holding On.

Edwin Torres, Photographer Towers: Holding On

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Robert Beck: Documentary Artist

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Robert Beck: Documentary Artist

Robert Beck paints his community, in the Lambertville/New Hope area and in Maine.

Robert Beck: Documentary Artist

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Night Forms: Klip Collective at Grounds for Sculpture

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Night Forms: Klip Collective at Grounds for Sculpture

An after-dark, immersive experience by Klip Collective that has to be seen to be believed.

Night Forms: Klip Collective at Grounds for Sculpture

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts The First Lady of Jazz: Dorthaan Kirk

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The First Lady of Jazz: Dorthaan Kirk

A profile of NEA Jazz Advocate Honoree Dorthaan Kirk in her hometown Newark, NJ.

The First Lady of Jazz: Dorthaan Kirk

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts The Doll Maker of Collingswood: Kimberly Camp

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The Doll Maker of Collingswood: Kimberly Camp

Artist, administrator, and arts advocate Kimberly Camp on why she makes dolls.

The Doll Maker of Collingswood: Kimberly Camp

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts The Secret Trio

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The Secret Trio

A band of Armenian, Macedonian and Turkish musicians pursue peace through music.

The Secret Trio

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Ethan Stiefel & Gillian Murphy at American Repertory Ballet

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Ethan Stiefel & Gillian Murphy at American Repertory Ballet

Star Dancers Ethan Stiefel & Gillian Murphy take the helm at American Repertory Ballet.

Ethan Stiefel & Gillian Murphy at American Repertory Ballet

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Angela Davis: Seize the Time

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Angela Davis: Seize the Time

The legacy of Angela Davis explored through archival images and contemporary art.

Angela Davis: Seize the Time

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Rose Marie McCoy: It's Gonna Work Out Fine

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Rose Marie McCoy: It's Gonna Work Out Fine

Rose Marie McCoy wrote over 800 songs for Elvis, Aretha Franklin, Ike & Tina Turner and mo

Rose Marie McCoy: It's Gonna Work Out Fine

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Field Companion: Matthew Suib & Nadia Hironaka

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Field Companion: Matthew Suib & Nadia Hironaka

Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib create a microcosmic forest rooted in the Pine Barrens.

Field Companion: Matthew Suib & Nadia Hironaka

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Climate Art in Four Acts

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Climate Art in Four Acts

Four artistic teams explore the devastation being wrought by climate change in New Jersey.

Climate Art in Four Acts

Video thumbnail: State of the Arts Before/After: Reflections on the Armenian Genocide

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Before/After: Reflections on the Armenian Genocide

Armenian American artists explore the traumatic legacy of the 1915 Armenian Genocide.

Before/After: Reflections on the Armenian Genocide