World arts organization Mana Contemporary announced its 2018 Miami Art Week lineup of exhibitions and events. Set for Dec. 4-7, this edition marks Mana's fourth year in Wynwood, and the second time the cultural organization activates its properties along Downtown Miami's historic Flagler Street.
With combined attendance across all venues expected to reach 80,000 visitors, this will be Mana's biggest and boldest programming in the US, with marquis activations placed downtown.
"Miami Art Week is one of the most important times of the year, not only to showcase the incredible talent of Mana's multi-disciplinary community, but also to connect and galvanize energy across some of Miami's most culturally rich neighborhoods," says Eugene Lemay, President of Mana Contemporary. "We look forward to pushing boundaries with this year's lineup."
The full schedule of Mana's Wynwood and Downtown events can be found below:
ABOUT MANA CONTEMPORARY
Founded in 2011, Mana Contemporary is one of the largest and most innovative contemporary art organizations in the United States. It offers exceptional services, spaces and programming for the greater creative community. Mana's integrated hive structure allows for the exchange of ideas between artists and art world luminaries. Practitioners specializing in a variety of disciplines—including painting, sculpture, photography, dance, film, sound and performance—work alongside each other in a forward-thinking environment that fosters experimentation, collaboration, and mutual inspiration. Mana Contemporary has locations in Jersey City, Miami's Flagler District and Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood. For more information, visit www.manacontemporary.com.