Through Sept. 1: “Woodstock at 50: Summer of Love” at Monmouth Museum, Lincroft.
Through Sept. 8: “Stephen Barnwell: Capital Offenses” at Monmouth Museum, Lincroft.
Through Sept. 20: “Katie Truk: Kaleidoscope of Memories” at Speakeasy Art Gallery, Boonton.
Through Oct. 6: “Woodstock: Fifty Years Down the Road” at Grammy Museum Experience at Prudential Center, Newark.
Through Oct. 6: “Legacy: Selections From the Gillett G. Griffin Collection” at Princeton University Art Museum.
Through Oct. 6: “Steampunk Fashion” at Morris Museum, Morris Township.
Through Oct. 20: “Helen Frankenthaler: Seven Types of Ambiguity” at Princeton University Art Museum.
Through Nov. 10: “Bob Gruen: Rock Seen” at Morris Museum, Morris Township.
Through Dec. 7: “Democratic Vistas: Whitman, Body and Soul” at Stedman Gallery at Rutgers University, Camden.
Through Dec. 31: “That’s Worth Celebrating: The Life and Work of the Johnson Family” at Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton.
Sept. 3-Jan. 5: “Dimensionism: Modern Art in the Age of Einstein” at Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick.
Sept. 3-Jan. 11: “Women Artists on the Leading Edge: Celebrating Douglass College at 100” at Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick.
Sept. 3-March 3: “Recent Acquisitions in Photography” at Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick.
Sept. 13-June 14: “Virgil Ortiz: Odyssey of the Venutian Soldiers” at Montclair Art Museum.
Sept. 14-Dec. 29: “Janet Ruttenberg: Beholder” at 1867 Sanctuary Arts & Culture Center, Ewing.
Sept. 14-Jan 5: “Impossible Shadows: The Art of Kagan” at Montclair Art Museum.
Sept. 22: Arts in the Park on Main Street, Highland Park.
Oct. 5-Feb. 2: “Worlds Within: Mimbres Pottery of the Ancient Southwest” at Princeton University Art Museum.
Oct. 19-Feb. 9: “The Eternal Feast: Banqueting in 10th-14th Century Chinese Art” at Princeton University Art Museum.
Feb. 4: “DaVinci & Michelangelo: The Titans Experience,” multimedia presentation by Mark Rodgers at Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown.
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