With the current emphasis on staying home and away from crowds, it seems a good time to take a look at the brave new world of online museums.
National Book Award-winning poet and Rutgers University creative writing professor Mark Doty discusses his new book, “What is the Grass: Walt Whitman in My Life” in a Labyrinth livestream on May 6.
For the first time ever, the annual Congressional Art Competition held by Rep. Chris Smith as part of a national competition for his district’s high school students, will be virtual.
Not all parts of all parks will reopen, and some restrictions will apply
Unless social distancing regulations are reversed and the exhibition is allowed to reopens before its scheduled closing on June 21, readers will have to experience it online.
Shannon will discuss life in Brooklyn during the Covid-19 crisis and his recent performance narrating Frederick, a puppet rendition of Leo Lionni’s classic children’s tale
Students explore issues of national importance in the 2020 presidential campaign
New digital hub for those who miss the sights, sounds and spirit of New Jersey
Rasmussen will succeed Emily Mann, who is departing from McCarter after 30 years leading the theatre.
Since early April, the Hopewell Valley Arts Council and more than 40 of its members and local artists have been providing their creative images for “Thinking of You” cards to some of those in the community most in need of healing and human connection