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State of the Arts
State of the Arts
Robert Forman, String Artist
String artist Robert Forman uses yarn and Elmer's glue to create striking compositions.
Clip: Ep5 | 5m 1s
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Brett Miller Plays Metropolis
16-year-oldBrett Miller accompanies classic silent movies on the organ.
Clip: Ep5 | 5m 7s
John Keene, Experimental Writer
MacArthur Genius John Keene is the author of a book of stories about the African diaspora.
Clip: Ep5 | 6m 26s
Wendy Red Star at the Newark Museum
Wendy Red Star's art based on her native Crow traditions at the Newark Museum.
Clip: Ep5 | 7m 1s
Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical
Nina Simone's life and music on stage in a new musical at the George Street Playhouse.
Clip: Ep4 | 4m 44s
Fluxus Artist Geoffrey Hendricks
Fluxus Artist Geoffrey Hendricks (1931-2018)
Clip: Ep4 | 1m 51s
Rago Arts and Auction Center
Behind the scenes of Rago, one of America's most successful auction houses.
Clip: Ep4 | 10m 46s
Winter Morning Walks
Soprano Dawn Upshaw and the NJSO perform composer Maria Schneider's Winter Morning Walks.
Clip: Ep4 | 5m 48s
Master of Illusion: Artist Gary Erbe
Painter Gary Erbe works in the ancient tradition of trompe l'oeil, or “tricking the eye.”
Clip: Ep3 | 5m 21s
Jackson Pines, Folk Duo
Jackson Pines, an indie-folk acoustic duo from New Jersey, playing in Asbury Park.
Clip: Ep3 | 6m 35s
Visionary Photographer Erik James Montgomery
Erik James Montgomery instructs youth in Camden in the craft of professional photography.
Clip: Ep3 | 4m 57s
The Passion of Tyler Ballon, Artist
Tyler Ballon interprets Biblical stories through paintings grounded in everyday life.
Clip: Ep3 | 5m 35s
Princeton Children's Book Festival
A visit to the wildly popular Princeton Children's Book Festival.
Clip: Ep2 | 2m 49s
A Dance for Architecture: Steven Holl and Jessica Lang
Steven Holl Architects collaborates with Jessica Lang Dance in a "Dance for Architecture."
Clip: Ep2 | 5m 30s
The Martian Art Project
The anniversary of “The War of the Worlds” is celebrated with the Martian Art Project.
Clip: Ep2 | 2m 58s
The Scott and Hella McVay Poetry Trail
The Scott and Hella McVay Poetry Trail adds a 50th poem to its popular nature walk.
Clip: Ep2 | 5m 5s
Princeton Symphony Orchestra: Bernstein's 100th
The Princeton Symphony Orchestra celebrates Leonard Bernstein's 100th.
Clip: Ep2 | 4m 59s
Poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan
Maria Mazziotti Gillan writes poetry deeply rooted in her childhood memories of Paterson.
Clip: Ep1 | 5m 38s
Pamela’s First Musical by Wendy Wasserstein
Pamela's First Musical, the world premiere of playwright Wendy Wasserstein's last work.
Clip: Ep1 | 5m 8s
Puerto Rican Bomba Master Nelson Baez
Master Bomba musician Nelson Baez keeps a Puerto Rican tradition alive in New Jersey.
Clip: Ep1 | 5m 59s
Artist Kevin Sampson at Mystic Seaport
Kevin Sampson uses found objects to make art with political and spiritual meaning.
Clip: Ep1 | 7m 13s