State of the Arts

2004, TV Show

A quarterly magazine series focusing on the Georgia arts scene.


Free | PBS Posted: 5/2/2014

'The New Spirit: American Art in the Armory Show, 1913' is a look at the legacy of the legendary Armory Show, said to have brought modern art to America. The Montclair Art Museum's exhibition includes works by well-known American artists like Edward Hopper, Robert Henri, and John Marin, as well as their European inspirations Henri Matisse and Paul Cezanne.

Free | PBS Posted: 5/2/2014

The HBO hit series Boardwalk Empire tells the story of Atlantic City gangster boss 'Nucky' Johnson. Get the real story as State of the Arts meets author and historian Nelson Johnson, writer of the best-selling book on which the TV series is based.

Free | PBS Posted: 5/2/2014

State of the Arts visits globe-trotting young conductor Rossen Milanov, music director of the Princeton Symphony and Camden's Symphony in C, associate conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and principal conductor of the Bulgarian National Radio Orchestra.

Free | PBS Posted: 5/2/2014

Robert Pinsky reads his poetry to improvised jazz at Monmouth University in his hometown of Long Branch, New Jersey. State of the Arts takes a tour round the old neighborhood with Pinsky, who says all his poetry started here. Pinsky also says he became a poet only after it became clear he wouldn t make it as a musician. He performs with bassist Ben Allison and guitarist Steve Cardenas.

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Premiered: June 23, 2004
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Premise: A quarterly magazine series focusing on the Georgia arts scene.


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