taught by nature photographer Brien Szabo.
The class will cover the use of light, composition, close-ups and landscapes with a focus on
foliage. Preregistration required. 9-11: 30 AM;
$35. 11 Layton Road, Far Hills (908-234-2677,
Thru Nov 26: The exhibit “The Fashionable
Child: 200 Years of Dressing Our Children”
features vintage christening gowns, sleepwear,
bonnets, shoes, play outfits and more, documenting the shifting trends in children’s fashion
from the early 1800s through today. Tues-Sat, 11
AM- 5 PM; Sunday, noon- 5 PM; closed Mondays;
adults, $10; seniors and children 3-12 years, $7;
members, military and children under 3, free. 6
Normandy Heights Road, Morristown (973-971-
Noyes Museum of Art
Thru Jan 3: The exhibit “Frozen Earth: Images
from the Arctic Circle” is a compilation of work
from international artists who have taken part
in the Arctic Circle Expedition, an annual residency of artists and scientists who explore the
breathtaking and remote region together aboard
a specialized sailboat. Mon-Sat, 10 AM-4: 30
PM; Thurs, until 8 PM; Sun, noon- 5 PM; adults,
$5; seniors and students, $4. Stockton College,
Oceanville (609-652-8848, noyesmuseum.org).
Princeton University Art Museum
Thru Jan 3: “Cézanne and the Modern: Masterpieces of European Art from the Pearlman
Collection” showcases 50 works by leading
impressionist, post-impressionist and school of
Paris artists, such as Edgar Degas and Vincent
Van Gogh. All works, including an unusually
large collection of watercolors by Paul Cézanne,
are from the private collection of Henry and
Rose Pearlman, a New York couple who began
collecting European paintings post-World War
II. Closed Mondays. Princeton (609-258-3788,
Oct 1: The American rock singer-songwriter
shows off her guitar prowess and vocal chops
in Morristown. 8 PM; $59-$109. Mayo PAC,
Morristown ( mayoarts.org).
Oct 2: The little old band from Texas formed
in Houston in 1969, and heads to Atlantic City
almost 50 years later. ZZ Top is one of the few
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers that has managed
to keep its original lineup intact. 9 PM; $69-$99.
Caesars, Atlantic City ( caesarsac.com).
Oct 2: The Canadian rocker who cemented
“Life is a Highway” in road-trip history visits
the Newton Theatre. 8 PM; $29-$39. Newton
Theatre, Newton ( thenewtontheatre.com).
Oct 6: The nu metal rockers take over the
Wellmont Theater with openers Suicide
Silence and Islander. Expect mosh pits. 8 PM;
Oct 3 Pop icon Madonna released
her 13th studio album, Rebel Heart,
in March, featuring collaborations with electronic dance-music
artists, including Avicii and Diplo,
and production by Kanye West.
Her world tour visits Atlantic City.
8 PM; $50.50-$357; parking, $20.
Boardwalk Hall (boardwalkhall.
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