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State of the Arts
State of the Arts
Ministers of Apollo: Historical Reenactors
The Ministers of Apollo use music and costumes to bring colonial America to life.
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Ember: Safe for Democracy
The New Jersey-based chamber choir Ember uses music to explore social issues.
Clip | 6m 41s
Danny Shot, Poet
Hoboken poet Danny Shot on his new book "Works."
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The innovative arts center Mana Contemporary is based in an old warehouse in Jersey City.
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On location with the eclectic genre-crossing band, Pink Martini.
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Recycling Magic: A Midsummer Night's Dream
It's recycling magic in the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
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Carnatic Music: An Apprenticeship
Carnatic Music apprenctice Aisvarya Chandrasekar works with master Rajeswari Satish.
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Street painter Will Kasso's mid-career retrospective and his Trenton murals.
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Brandon Ballengee: Artist, Scientist, Environmental Activist
Meet eco-artist Brandon Ballengée, artist, scientist, and environmental activist.
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Anthony D'Amato: Singer/Songwriter
Rolling Stone calls Anthony D’Amato’s songwriting “folk music raised on New Jersey grit.”
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Theater for Everyone: Mary Poppins at Paper Mill Playhouse
Find out how Paper Mill Playhouse's “Mary Poppins” was changed to meet special needs.
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Amelia & the Animals: Photographer Robin Schwartz
Hoboken photographer Robin Schwartz photographs her daughter in "Amelia & the Animals."
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Boys Dance at Franklin Middle School
Sports, social justice and dance are on the curriculum for boys at Franklin Middle School.
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Todd R. Darling: Photographing Paterson
Photographer Todd Darling's portrait of Paterson, inspired by poet William Carlos Williams
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Experiments in Art and Technology: Beatie Wolfe at Bell Labs
Musician Beatie Wolfe brings ceremony to the digital age by collaborating with Bell Labs.
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A Year in the Trenches
Cape May's East Lynne Theater Company's “A Year in the Trenches,” based on memoirs from WW
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Jersey (New) Moves
Jersey (New) Moves matches new choreographers with experienced mentors at NJPAC.
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It's Nothing New: Jessica Dotson, young writer
A musical about siblings losing each other durng an urban riot by a sister/brother team.
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Refugee Teens at Say It With Clay
Refugee teens express themselves in clay as they adjust to new lives in America
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Emari DiGiorgio, Poet
Poet Emari DiGiorgio writes about sexism, racism and other issues of social justice.
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Paradise, a new play about science and art
A brilliant Muslim teen and her biology teacher are unlikely partners in this new play.
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Turning the Page on Black Comics
Black comics come of age. Meet a professor who studies them, and artists who create them.
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The Valley Arts District
Meet the creative entrepreneurs of the Valley Arts District in Orange and West Orange, NJ.
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Poet Stephen Dunn
Pulitzer Prize-winning Stephen Dunn on his life as a poet.
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