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State of the Arts
State of the Arts, taking you on location with the most creative people in New Jersey.
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State of the Arts is a co-production of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and Stockton University in cooperation with PCK Media. Additional funding is provided by the Friends of State of the Arts.
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