The Lindberghs at Morven
After a year of preparation, the Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh exhibit opens November 13 and runs through October 2016. Linda Arntzenius reports on the efforts by curators Elizabeth Allan and Heather Smith to chart the lives of the Lindberghs. The aviator Charles is most well known for being the first to cross the Atlantic nonstop, as well as his son's kidnapping several years later outside of Hopewell.
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Through January 10, the Rutgers' Zimmerli Art museum in New Brunwick is hosting an exhibit on sculptor Melvin Edwards. A former faculty member at the Mason Gross School of Arts, in 1970 Edwards was the first African-American sculptor to have a solo show at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
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The third edition of Genesis, a quarterly review celebrating the Central Jersey and Bucks County, Pa., creative community is out. The Fall 2015 issue features a memoir excerpt from Scott McVay, an English major turned marine animal advocate, a peek at Siobhan Roberts' biography of Princeton mathematician John Conway, a preview of
Princeton Symphony Orchestra's experimentation with Twitter inspired 'quartweets,' as well as museum previews, short stories, poetry & more.
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