“State of the Arts captures the heart of New Jersey through its storytelling. I am often deeply moved and inspired by their coverage of so many compelling and creative people.”
Karen 'Queen Nur' Abdul-Malik, Storyteller
“State of The Arts takes you to the forefront of New Jersey’s expansive cultural landscape. The programs are imaginative, diverse, and exceptionally engaging.”
Bill Charlap, Grammy-winning Jazz Pianist
“State of the Arts thoughtfully and lovingly documents the rich New Jersey arts and culture landscape. The artists’ and creatives’ own voices provide an unparalleled authenticity that contributes to its richness.”
Sharnita C. Johnson, Former Arts Program Director – Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation
“For fascinating features on the art of creativity, and the people and places that make the arts come alive, look no further than State of the Arts. Inspiring, original and adventurous!”
John Schreiber, Executive Director, NJPAC
“I am so grateful for State of the Arts, not only for how enthusiastically they have championed the work we do here at Paper Mill Playhouse, but for how they inform the community at large about all of the incredible talent and creativity that calls New Jersey home.”
Mark S. Hoebee, Producing Artistic Director - Paper Mill Playhouse
State of the Arts
State of the Arts, taking you on location with the most creative people in New Jersey.
Where To Find
On PBS tune in to NJ PBS Saturdays at 7:30 PM, and Thursdays at 11:30 PM; to WNET Sundays at 11:30 AM; and to ALL ARTS Mondays at 10:30 AM & 3:30 PM, and Wednesdays at 10 AM & 3 PM.
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