Over 125 artist studios, galleries, and exhibition spaces open their doors to the public for this year’s Jersey City Art and Studio Tour, taking place from September 30 through October 3.
The five-artist exhibition will be accompanied by a roster of public programming hosted at all of Mana’s locations in Jersey City, Chicago, and Miami.
New Jersey’s largest art tour is an extravaganza of exhibitions, artist talks, demonstrations, and performances, on view online from October 1 to 4.
LGBTQ Pride month is now. Every day in June, we are celebrating the community by featuring one queer art worker and asking them to reflect on what this moment means to them.
Our critic discovers art by Karen Leo, Carly Silverman, Eric Magnuson, Hadieh Afshani, Jinkee Choi, and Loura van der Meule.
Enjoy more than 140 open studios, gallery shows, dance and musical performances, mural tours, and so much more from October 3-6, 2019.
Sarah Blesener photographs American kids — between 8 and 18 years old — training in US patriotic programs, where American history lessons overlap with bible study sessions and military training.
A new petition demands a proper vetting process for murals and claims a number of them have failed to properly engage with the local history and community.
The 2010s have settled into their own, and now even the trees get their own hashtag campaigns and Twitter handles.
The Originals, according to the PR statement, “features the first group of visionary artists to ditch the NYC scene to set roots at Mana Contemporary.” News flash: Mana Contemporary discovers Jersey City, which has been sitting across from Manhattan for 382 years.
At the Underground Supper Club, you may not get to break bread with Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn or share a glass of wine with Jerry Saltz, but you’re still guaranteed fascinating conversation and beautifully plated food: chicken-basil croquette with peanut sauce.
Studio 371 is a new gallery in downtown Jersey City. With more than 3,500 square feet, lots of natural light and raw aesthetics, the space is ideal for a range of work, including large installations and performances. The current show, Kyllä Kyllä, features the work of artists Trevor Amery and Kathryn Zazenski. It’s very un-Jersey City: no dollar-store aesthetic here.