Celebrating 35 Years

Announcing the CoCA Member Artist Directory featuring 200 artists from around the world

Check out the Artist Member Directory here...

Event: Saturday, February 13, 6-9p.

CoCA Lab: Featuring Aaron Asis

Brooklyn-based artist Aaron Asis explores the forces of evolution and selective access to information and space during his residency through February 13.

Special Trunk Show February 11, 6-9p

CoCA at Rubix. Bling it On!

Contemporary wearable art and jewelry. On view through February 20. Open Wed-Sat 12p-6p. 515 Harvard Ave E.

On view Feb 24 through Apr 3

CoCA Pops in Columbia City

Please join us for a special CoCA exhibition featuring Jeremy Gregory's The Dirty Circus of Life at Columbia City Gallery. Reception Feb 27, 5-8p

Exhibition runs March 2 - April 23

35 Live: CoCA Members' Show

Featuring 184 artists from around the world. 2D, 3D, 4D. Three locations, grand opening and closing parties, daily gallery hours. 

For emerging & experimental artists & curators

Open Call for Proposals

We are seeking artists who are pushing the boundaries of contemporary art, and the curators who wrangle and present them...

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