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(BELMAR, NJ) — The COVID-19 Coronavirus situation has forced arts organizations to cancel, postpone, or reschedule their events for the near future.  Many of these organizations are non-profits, which rely on the revenue from these shows to continue.  They need your help now more than ever.  New Jersey Stage has set up a web page with links directly to their donation pages.... READ ON

Hamlet Manzueta was many things in his nearly six decades on earth. A fashion designer. A drag queen. A TV host. A longtime Jersey City resident. He was also a painter and artist, whose work often featured dark colors and cartoonish but gritty figures with large heads, big eyes, and exaggerated mouths.... READ ON

Arts organizations have relied on print newspapers for decades. When circulation numbers began to fall and more people started to get their news from the Internet, many arts organizations wondered where to go for promotion.  New Jersey Stage believes digital publications, which combine the best of the Internet with the design of print publications, is the way to go.  Last Fall, the arts community got a chance to see our work in action.  Thanks to a successful debut, we are about to do it again.... READ ON

Graffiti as you've probably never seen it before: in a museum. Morris Museum has opened its doors – and walls – to some of the greatest graffiti and street artists in New Jersey. The exhibition celebrates the vitality of the aerosol art in our state today through the work of 12 established and emergent artists, painted directly on the museum’s walls. Check out Jesse and Dave’s visit to Morristown to talk to three of the artists about this unconventional exhibit, which runs until March 15th.... READ ON








When crafting a story, the primary rule a writer must remember is “show, don’t tell.” This is true in other art forms, too. As an example, I offer “Seamless: Craft-Based Objects and Performance Practices,” the exhibition on view at Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts’ Stedman Gallery through April 16. The title provides an apt description; the show presents the work of three artists – Angela Ellsworth, Caleb Weintraub, and Stephanie J. Williams – who each create craft-based objects, in this case with sewing as a common thread, as well as feature a performance element in video form. ... READ ON

We would like to thank everyone who read and/or shared articles at New Jersey Stage in 2019. Our website and digital magazine had over 430,000 unique visitors in 2019 and we are beginning a major campaign to reach one million unique visitors by the end of 2020.  This will further establish NJ Stage as one of the most powerful media outlets for the arts in the Garden State and you can help us get there.... READ ON

Nadia Haji Omar really wants you to see her latest collection of paintings. Not just in the photos available on the internet. But in person. There’s a reason for that.... READ ON

(PRINCETON, NJ) -- In Pursuit of the Picturesque, an exhibition featuring British color plate books published between 1776 and 1868, will open at the Ellen and Leonard Milberg Gallery, located in the Firestone Library lobby, on January 22 and will be on display through March 1, 2020.... READ ON

In this hands-on video, Jesse and Dave go inside a classroom at Grounds For Sculpture for a botanical illustrations class. Check out Jesse... READ ON

(BELMAR, NJ) -- New Jersey Stage Magazine Issue 66 brings the year to a close for the monthly arts publication. The digital magazine features a cover story interview with Dentist, one of the state's most popular indie rock bands. Designed like a traditional magazine with pages that turn, NJ Stage Magazine combines the layout of print with the features (audio, video, interactivity) of the web. The issue is available for free at www.NJArtsMag.com and readable on any PC, tablet, or smartphone.... READ ON


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