This Week's Broadcasts

This week on State of the Arts, explore the world of Anne Morrow Lindbergh, pioneering aviator, best-selling author, mother of six, daughter of an ambassador, and wife of the controversial Charles Lindbergh. This award-winning documentary is narrated by Judith Light.


Thurs, 5/25 @ 11:30 pm

Sat, 5/27 @ 7:30 pm

WNET Thirteen

Sun, 5/28 @ 11:30 am


Mon, 5/29 @ 10:30 am & 3:30 pm

Wed, 5/31 @ 10 am & 3 pm

Asian American and Pacific Islander Month

This month, we're sharing stories about Asian American and Pacific Islander artists!

Meet Xian Zhang, the conductor and music director of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, as she conducts and discusses her 2020 NJPAC performance of music from Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet. Xian explains that she developed a deep connection to the work after conducting a complete performance of the ballet at La Scala in Milan, Italy. It’s one of the most touching and emotional scores in all of classical music.


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Happening Now

Join the Takaezu Studio for an open house and celebration of renowned ceramic artist Toshiko Takaezu's birthday on Sat, June 17 at 1 pm in Flemington. Contact for more information and to get on the list.

Our related story: Toshiko Takaezu: In the Stars and documentary: Toshiko Takaezu: Portrait of an Artist

At Home with George: Washington’s Morristown Winter, 1779–1780 is on view at the Morris Museum until July 30, and features works by photo-artist Xiomáro documenting the Ford Mansion and Jockey Hollow site! Photo by Xiomáro

Our related story: Xiomáro Captures Morristown

Catch up on some of the best of State of the Arts

Resistance Revival Chorus is a collective of more than 60 women and non-binary singers. Formed after the 2017 Women’s March, RRC combines social justice awareness and a legacy of protest music. Photo: Oluwaseye Olusa

Our 2022 storyResistance Revival Chorus

Wendy Red Star's work draws on pop culture, conceptual art, and her Native traditions, including her childhood on the Crow reservation in Montana.

Our 2019 story: Wendy Red Star

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Producers Circle:


Peter A. Benoliel & Willo Carey

W. Carl Burger

Melanie & John Clarke

Hella & Scott McVay

Philip E. Lian & Joan L. Mueller

Pheasant Hill Foundation

Germaine B. & Richard F. Trabert

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