On the next State of the Arts

This week on State of the Arts, Princeton University is facing the legacy of slavery on campus in a wide-ranging history project that engages the public with art, theater, and more. State of the Arts finds out more about the most Southern of the Ivies from project leader Martha Sandweiss. We meet the extraordinary clarinetist Andy Lamy, who’s a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott uses beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her new exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking. We catch up with designer and paper artist Kyoko Ibe at Stockton University Art Gallery in Galloway, NJ.

State of the Arts goes on location with the most creative people in New Jersey… tune in every week on NJTV, WNET, and WHYY, and ALL ARTS.

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