We are working on developing a new JerseyArts.com site to better meet the needs of the field and our patrons. In the meantime, we have transitioned to a temporary, streamlined series of microsites to feature content in support of our active messaging campaigns. We thank you for your patience as we work through the development process of the new site while still publishing the content below in support of our arts community.
Live Outdoor Events on Summer Stages
We will be highlighting outdoor, socially distanced events around the state this summer in a special Summer Stages guide. The curated collection will feature outdoor concerts, drive-in movies, Shakespeare in the park, classes, and much more, and will be complemented by a robust marketing and PR campaign. Please use the form below to let us know about your outdoor summer events.
We cannot guarantee inclusion of every event, as only a limited selection can be shown at any given time and we represent hundreds of organizations. However, the guide will be updated frequently and new experiences will be added on a rolling basis to try to highlight locations and genres throughout the state.
- Click here to submit your outdoor event for consideration
- View Summer Stages toolkit and Safety Icons
We recognize that while the pandemic situation has limited organizations' capacity, some are able to open their doors to the public again. We are featuring those organizations in our Jersey Arts Live guide. If your organization is now offering live, in-person programming, please let us know and we will do our best to inform our audience on this page and through email.
Through its popular feature stories, video packages, and podcasts, JerseyArts.com plans to continue producing original content under its Culture Vultures brand in the form of news articles and behind-the-scenes interviews with the most intriguing arts personalities from and performing in New Jersey.
Featuring a rotating staff of freelance contributors, Culture Vultures has featured interviews with Edward Albee, Steve Martin, Ani DiFranco, David Hyde Pierce, Winnie Holzman, Barry Manilow, John Waters and many more. Check back each Tuesday for a new feature story and once a month for a new video segment and podcast.