Visitors can explore over 40,000 square feet of exhibit space, view artworks by a variety of artists, and support New Jersey artists at the third annual Art Fair 14C, which will be held November 12–14 in the Glass Gallery at Mana Contemporary in Jersey City.
The fair will feature over 120 regional and international artists and galleries, including 75 exhibitors. The exhibitors will be a mix of traditional brick-and-mortar galleries, online galleries, arts collectives, and organizations, as well as individual artists. Five installation booths will allow for the inclusion of site-specific light, video, and mixed media art. This year will once again feature the Juried Show, which showcases 40 New Jersey artists, about half of whom are from Jersey City.
“After Hours” is a new experience at the fair that will take place on November 12 from 6 to 9pm. Those looking for a fun Friday night out will enjoy music from a DJ while talking to other art lovers. Food trucks and a cash bar will be available.
Art fair attendees will also receive admission to view some collections at Mana Contemporary. Tickets are available now, day passes range from $10–$30. Discounted tickets will be available for students and patrons with disabilities. Complimentary tickets will be available for veterans and active military personnel to visit the fair on November 11.
Art Fair 14C will implement all applicable COVID-19 safety procedures recommended by the CDC and New Jersey Department of Health. Safety measures will include mandatory vaccination for all exhibitors, artists, staff, and attendees, mandatory face masks, and sanitation stations throughout the venue.
To learn more and purchase tickets, visit artfair14c.com.
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