This Week's Broadcasts
This week on your PBS stations, Newark artist Kevin Sampson creates art with found objects. You might know Kevin from his appearance as himself in Arthur, the PBS animated children's series!

Also on this week's episode, Pamela’s First Musical at Two River Theater, Puerto Rican Bomba master Nelson Baez, & poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan.

Thurs, 8/18 @ 11:30 pm
Sat, 8/20 @ 7:30 pm
Sun, 8/21 @ 9:30 am

Sun, 8/21 @ 11:30 am

Mon, 8/22 @ 10:30 am & 3:30 pm
Wed, 8/24 @ 10 am & 3 pm
Down the Shore
Spend August at the Jersey Shore! This month, we're sharing features from our beach town communities.

Today, check out these early 20th century Impressionist painters of the Jersey Shore.
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Happening Now
Aug 19 at 8 pm at the Oskar Schindler Performing Arts Center in West Orange, join Freespace Dance and guests The Moving Architects, Robert Mark Dance, and Maxine Steinman for an evening of dance.

Jazz House Kids announces the 13th Annual Montclair Jazz Festival Downtown Jamboree Grand Finale Headliners Sat, Sept 10 from 1-9pm! Check out their website for the full lineup.

Through Sept 18, the John F. Petro Studio Museum in Island Heights, NJ presents Gary T. Erbe Paintings & Constructions. Don't miss your chance to see this trompe l'oeil artwork in person!

Our related story: Gary Erbe
American Repertory Ballet is launching its 2022-2023 season with Kaleidoscope at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center Sept 23-25. The program features a collaboration between choreographer Da’ Von Doane and visual artist Grace Lynne Haynes,

Catch up on some of the best of State of the Arts
State of the Arts looks back at an extraordinary interview with Rosanne Cash, filmed just 2 months after her father died. The singer reflects on her childhood, creativity, motherhood, her own reluctant path to the stage, and her relationship with her famous father. Photo: Clay Patrick McBride

Our 2013 story: Rosanne Cash
Meet painter, museum director, arts advocate, and doll-maker Kimberly Camp, in her Collingswood gallery.

Our 2021 storyKimberly Camp
New Stage for a City tells the story of NJPAC’s development and construction, and of the hopes and dreams of the people who made it happen.

Our 1997 documentaryNew Stage for a City
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Pictured: Found object sculpture created by artist Eric Schultz and Trenton-area kids, inspiring the OK Trenton Project. Photo courtesy the artist.
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