This Week's Broadcasts
Blinded by Polixeni Papapetrou
On your PBS stations this week, art that questions the meaning of self-portraiture in Mirror Mirror at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Express Newark.

Also on this week's episode: Brian Stokes Mitchell, Byzantine Painter George Kordis, and Stanley Drucker with the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey.

Sat, 7/31 @ 7:30 pm
Sun, 8/1 @ 9:30 am
Thurs, 8/5 @ 11:30 pm

Sun, 8/1 @ 11:30 am

Mon, 8/2 @ 10:30 am & 3:30 pm
Wed, 8/4 @ 10 am & 3 pm
The Arts in Nature
It's summer in beautiful New Jersey! This month, we're sharing stories about artists who work in the great outdoors.

Artist Robert Smithson, born and raised in New Jersey, is best known for his signature “Earthworks”—large-scale works of art that he made in Italy, Holland, and throughout North America from 1969 until his death in 1973. His Spiral Jetty, an icon of 20th century art history, was built out from the shore of Utah’s Great Salt Lake in 1970. Pictured here is his Floating Island to Travel Around Manhattan Island.
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Did you enjoy last week's new episode with Dan Levinson's outdoor performance at the Morris Museum? Stop by the museum tomorrow evening for his Midsummer Night's Jazz Party at 8pm! Tickets are available now.

Our related story: Dan Levinson at the Morris Museum
There's still time to see Rebirth, a selection of artworks by Kang Muxiang, at Grounds for Sculpture! This outdoor exhibition is up through Aug 9.

Composer and bandleader Maria Schneider will be performing at NJPAC in this year's TD James Moody Jazz Festival with two shows on Sun, Nov 21!

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Jersey City artist Nancy Cohen works with homemade paper pulp and pigment to make works that reflect on climate change and pollution.

Broadway veteran Laiona Michelle wrote and starred in Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical, which had its world premiere at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ.

Our 2019 story: The Nina Simone Musical
Take a trip to the Scott and Hella McVay Poetry Trail in Princeton, NJ, a nature trail with poems from around the world punctuating its mile-long route.

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