As part of statewide celebrations of New Jersey's 350th Anniversary, this exhibit highlights the everyday people living and working in NJ. Individuals and organizations from different parts of the state have selected an object, place, or thing that reflects their New Jersey experience. The exhibition displays 35 objects ranging from audio recordings to paintings, photographs, and personal belongings.
Recent innovative artwork in varied media by the faculty of William Paterson's Art Department.
A conversation with William Paterson Art Department faculty about their diverse artistic practices.
Samadhi, the ancient yogic concept of heightened consciousness, creates some of the most unique and beautiful music in the world.
Sanhita Nandi, North Indian classical vocalist, Ashley Bathgate, cellist, Michael Harrison, pianist and composer, Payton MacDonald, percussionist and composer, Nitin Mitta, tabla drummer.
Organized in conjunction with the exhibition 35 in 350: The Story of New Jersey, panelists share historical, cultural and political perspectives on the "Garden State."
Theatreworks USA presents The Lightning Thief based on the popular book series by Rick Riordan.Preshow creative activities begin at 1:15 p.m. Appropriate for Grades 2-8 Show duration: 1 hour
Tickets: Adults $12, children $10
Politics are a joke...literally! More than 30 years of political satire -- The Capitol Steps are a group of former Capitol Hill staffers and talented performers who set out to satirize the very people and places that employed them. Taking the headlines of the day, the Steps create song parodies and skits that convey their special brand of satirical humor. Take a break from the tightly wound newscasts and exercise your right to laugh with The Capitol Steps!
Tickets: Orchestra $30, Loge $30, Discounts apply
Special student price $10 (limited quantity)
Malone was a member of Ron Carter's Golden Striker Trio (with the late WP jazz director Mulgrew Miller) and is a current member of the Sonny Rollin's Band as well as his own quartet.
General admission $15. WP faculty, staff, alumni and senior citizens $12, Non-WP students $8. $3 fee for tickets purchased on show day. WP students admitted free with valid I.D.
Join us for "Sittin' In Meet-the-Artist" session at 7 p.m.