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PWP PROFESSIONAL MANA TOUR

Barbara Nelson 1
 

REMINDER - MANA tour as below.  
Mana is open by invitation only - an interesting historical building that has been repurposed for the arts.

A few places still open

Barbara nelson
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From: "Barbara Nelson 1" <bnelson2@...>
Subject: [PWP] PWP PROFESSIONAL MANA TOUR
Date: March 9, 2019 at 6:43:43 PM EST
To: Members@pwp.groups.io

PWP Professional art tour: A (nearby) Field trip to MANA. Jersey City, New Jersey
Organized by Claudia Shorans, named inaugural ICP Mana Artist-in-Residence in 2017.

DATE: Tuesday, April 23, 2019

TIME     Meeting time 10:30 AM  Tour is four hours.

LOCATION:  Mana, Jersey City, NJ. (short ride on PATH train- exit Journal Square - walk 10 minutes)

PROGRAM: Includes personal visits with artists in their studios, current exhibits: following the formal tour, local restaurant for late lunch or return to the PATH train.  

NOTE:  Except for an annual open house , MANA is open by invitation only.  Safety and security for all working artists in their studio spaces.

COST:  $45.00 PWP members.  $55. non-members

RSVP.  Barbara Nelson  bnelson2@...

forward fee PAYABLE TO PWP to:

Barbara Nelson

340 Haven Avenue 3J

NYC NY 10033

NOTE:  LIMITED to 15 people

Produced by Barbara Nelson PWP, ASMP, WICI.

Organized by Claudia Shorans  Sohrens has exhibited across New York and internationally, she organizes independent curatorial projects including "What is a photograph?" at the 2013 Dumbo Arts Festival. She has served as a mentor for NYFA’s Immigrant Artist Program as well as for Transart Institute. Shorans was first artist in residence with Artists Space and BRIC, and faculty at the International Center for Photography and Pratt Institute. She received an MA in Media and Communications from the European Graduate School in Switzerland (EGS), where she is a PhD candidate in Media and Communications.

 Background information:

Mana an historic building in Jersey City, is named after the former owner. Built in the 1920s it was a tobacco factory and later a warehouse for a furniture store. As such its large rooms, high ceilings, big windows and well built foundation is perfect to repurpose for the arts.

In 2011 it was acquired by an art organization and now houses the achieves of recognized museums (such as ICP and Historical Society of New York) provides exhibit space and artists studios for both established artists and young emerging students. It will eventually encompass a footprint of more than two million sq ft.  Through its integrated architectural design, Mana offers exceptional services, spaces, and programming for the greater creative community.




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Barbara Nelson