Mana Contemporary

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Mana Contemporary
Mana Contemporary, main entrance
Mana Contemporary, installation shot
Established 2011
Location 888 Newark Avenue
Jersey City, New Jersey
Coordinates 40°44′14″N 74°04′14″W / 40.7371°N 74.0705°W / 40.7371; -74.0705Coordinates: 40°44′14″N 74°04′14″W / 40.7371°N 74.0705°W / 40.7371; -74.0705
Type Contemporary art center
Director Eugene Lemay
Public transit access Journal Square

Mana Contemporary is a cultural center in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA. Opened in May 2011, the center provides services, spaces, and programming for artists, collectors, curators, performers, students, and community.[1] It includes artist studios, exhibition spaces, and storage and is situated in a 1920s-era brick former manufacturing building in the city's Marion Section near Marion Junction that is also an extension of the fine arts transportation department of Moishe's Moving Systems.[2][3] The one million square foot facility is home to the Middle East Center for the Arts (MECA),[4][5][6] the archives of the International Center of Photography[7] and the Magnum Foundation, the dance companies of Karole Armitage[8] and Shen Wei, and foundations established by Eileen S Kaminksy (ESKFF) and Carole Feuerman.

Richard Meier Model Museum[edit]

The building is also home to the Richard Meier Model Museum, an exhibition of architectural projects, sculptures and collages by Richard Meier.[9][10][11] [12]

See also[edit]

Opening performance by Shen Wei
Dance studio


External links[edit]

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