State of the Arts takes you on location with creative people in New Jersey. The New York and Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award-winning program features documentary shorts about an extraordinary range of artists, musicians, dancers, playwrights, and poets. State of the Arts also visits New Jersey’s best performance spaces – from jazz clubs to opera houses to coffee shops.
State of the Arts debuted on NJN Public Television in 1981, and aired as a co-production of NJN and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts until 2011. It is now a cornerstone program of NJTV, with new episodes co-produced by the Arts Council and Stockton University in cooperation with PCK Media. The series also airs on WHYY in Philadelphia.
To comment on the show or make story suggestions, contact State of the Arts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New Jersey State Council on the Arts, encouraging excellence and public engagement in the arts since 1966, is proud to co-produce State of the Arts with Stockton University, in cooperation with PCK Media.
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PCK Media is an Emmy award-winning production company creating arts, cultural, historical, and environmental documentaries.