• Cultural Affairs
  • Welcome to the
    Department of Cultural Affairs (DOCA)


    nai-ni chen dance company

    The HCCC Department of Cultural Affairs (DOCA) celebrates diversity with a variety of programs and exhibitions. Our programs and exhibitions are learning experiences that transcend boundaries and aim to increase competency in all fields of education at any age. We offer free exhibition tours to Hudson County school groups and organizations in the Benjamin J. Dineen, III and Dennis C. Hull Gallery.

    We are pleased to open our spring semester with Out on Broadway: A Visual Legacy, curated by costume designer and Hudson County resident James Crochet. Out on Broadway commemorates the art of LGBT set and costume design in shows such as The Producers, Kinky Boots, and Hedwig and the Angry Inch. DOCA continues to host NJPAC satellite performances with presentations from the Alvin Ailey and Nai-Ni Chen Dance Companies. In March during Women’s History Month, the gallery proudly features an exhibition curated by the Carrie Haddad Gallery and select lm screenings coordinated by Tribeca Film Festival star Delaney Buffett.

    Thank you to all HCCC students, staff and community organizers for ensuring that this spring is a success. Can’t wait to see you on the 6th floor of the Library Building at the Journal Square Campus!

    Michelle Vitale
    Director of Cultural Affairs

    CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

    Hudson County World War I Exhibition Planned for Next Fall

    Call for Submissions

    Do you have World War I memorabilia? DOCA is looking for submissions specific to Hudson County, to be on loan for exhibition and educational purposes, including uniforms, letters, photos and posters.

    For more information, contact Michelle Vitale at mvitale@hccc.edu.

     

    Teacher as Artist: Summer Open Call - Juried Group Exhibit

    teacher as artist summer

    We invite HCCC faculty and administration artists to submit their work for inclusion in the Summer Teacher as Artist exhibition which will be on display during the summer months at both College campus libraries.

    For more information, contact Michelle Vitale at mvitale@hccc.edu.


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  • Contact Information

    Department of Cultural Affairs

    71 Sip Avenue 6th Fl.

    Jersey City, NJ 07306

    201-360-4182


    Hours

    Fall Gallery Hours
    Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    Tuesday,11 a.m. - 8 p.m.
    Closed Sunday & Holidays

    The gallery follows the HCCC academic calendar and is closed on holidays.

    There is no charge for admission.