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West Windsor Arts Center
Thru Feb 28: The member exhibition “Out of the
Blue” showcases work by current W WAC artists
that interpret what it means to be blue—both
the color and the emotion. 952 Alexander Road,
Princeton Junction (609-716-1931, westwind-sorarts.org).
Thru March 9: “The Art of the Brick” is a family-friendly show of more than 30 sculptures made
entirely of Legos by New York-based artist
Nathan Sawaya. Ranging from whimsical to
complex, Sawaya’s work can be experienced as
architectural feats or life-size toys. Tues-Sat, 11
AM- 5 PM; Sun, noon- 5 PM; adults, $10; children
3-12, $7; 6 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown
Stedman Gallery at Rutgers-Camden
Thru April 26: “Compulsive Narratives: Stories
That Must be Told, the Graphic Novel as Confession and Inspiration” explores this innovative
contemporary art form. These book-length illustrated narratives took off in the ’60s and ’70s and
are now essential fixtures of art and pop culture.
Fine Arts Complex, Camden Campus, Rutgers
University ( camden.rutgers.edu).
Visual Arts Center of New Jersey
Thru April: “Women Choose Women Again” is
inspired by the milestone 1973 exhibit “Women
Choose Women” at the New York Cultural
Center, the first exhibit featuring work by more
than 100 female artists. “Again” commemorates
and documents the evolving roles of women in
art over the past 40 years. 68 Elm St, Summit
Princeton University Art Museum
Thru May 11: The exhibit “500 Years of Italian
Master Drawings” is an exploration of the human
form, featuring original sketches and drawings
by Italian classical artists, including Bernini and
Michelangelo. Tues, Wed, Fri & Sat, 10 AM- 5 PM;
Thurs & Sun, 1-5 PM; free. McCormick Hall, Princeton (609-258-3788, artmuseum.princeton.edu).
Montclair Art Museum
Thru July 31: MAM celebrates its centennial
with “100 Works for 100 Years,” showcasing
holdings from the museum’s significant American and Native American collection. Wed-Sun,
noon- 5 PM; nonmember adults, $12. 3 South
Mountain Ave, Montclair (973-746-5555, mont-clairartmuseum.org).
Goo Goo Dolls
Feb 1: 8 PM; $39-$69. House of Blues, 801 Boardwalk, Atlantic City (609-343-4000, houseof-blues.com).
3 Doors Down Acoustic
Feb 7: 9 PM; $49.50. The Music Box at Borgata
Hotel, 1 Borgata Way, Atlantic City (609-317-
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