Apr 4

Annual Members' Meeting

Mark your calendars for the Annual Members' Meeting, taking place Tuesday, April 4, 2017 from 7-9pm, with a special presentation by this year's guest juror Deborah Paine as she talks about the artwork selected for the Members' Show Make America Create Again! Members will also vote on new and renewing board members.

Individuals interested in board service with CoCA should contact Executive Director Nichole DeMent at nichole@cocaseattle.org.

Special thanks to Elysian Brewing for providing beverages for this members-only private event!

CoCA Pioneer Square Gallery
114 Third Avenue S.
Seattle, WA 98116

Apr 6

April Opening Reception: Make America Create Again

This April, we continue our revolution fueled by creativity and a joyous freedom of expression!

Join us during the Pioneer Square Art Walk for a lively celebration on Thursday, April 6 from 6-9pm as we debut more artwork in the 2017 members' show Make America Create Again. Not only will you get to see amazing 2D, 3D and video art and meet some of the talented artists behind it, but the occasion will be one of our first events since the March remodeling of the gallery space!

These are just a few of the participating artists ...
Christy Bailey
Nicole Kaul
Ray C. Freeman
Kalindi Kunis
John Osgood
Sara Everett
Ali Holmes
Curtis Ashby
Juli Adams
Kyle Rees
David Francis
Holly Ballard Martz
Nan Wonderly
Gabriel Marquez
Braden Duncan

We thank Rock's Studio, 4Culture and Elysian Brewing for their support during the two-month total running of this exhibition.

CoCA Pioneer Square Gallery
114 Third Avenue S.
Seattle, WA 98116

Apr 8

CoCA Lab: Britta Johnson

After March's CoCA Lab, we are thrilled to welcome back Britta Johnson this April! Join us at CoCA UN[contained] on Saturday, April 8 from 6-9pm.

Johnson will be developing and testing the interactive animated aspect of "Giant Whirl," which will be permanently sited in West Seattle’s Don Armeni Park in 2018. Key features of the piece include a series of LED lights that, when motion-triggered by park users, display the form of a ghostly octopus drifting around, curling and hanging out as long as the visitor lingers.

The artwork is funded by Seattle City Light 1% for Art and Green Up public demonstration funds. The city is committed to excellence in environmental stewardship and in sustainable building practices.

All CoCA Lab events held at CoCA UN[contained]
6555 5th Avenue S, Seattle
Part of the Georgetown Art Attack

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