The Library continues to celebrate 350 years of New Jersey’s Innovation, Diversity and Liberty. This month we are featuring:
Cinema and Television: The NJ Connection on Friday, June 6 at 7:00 p.m.
Walter Choroszewki covers the state’s historic contributions to American cinema and television—from Edison’s Black Maria Studio to the numerous Jersey-born artists that have starred on the big and little screens. Walter showcases New Jersey as the Birthplace of Silent Film and he covers NJ’s popularity as a location for movies and Reality TV. Walter always presents a great program so come learn about your state.
While you’re in the library be sure to check out the photographs displayed at the end of the adult shelves. Cranbury’s Greg DeAngelis is exhibiting his collection of NJ photos. His pictures show the diversity of our state’s scenery. If you think there is nothing to photograph in NJ, he proves you wrong.
– Marilynn Mullen