2016 Events

Please visit our Past Exhibitions page for additional information.

Dec 10

CoCA Lab: NKO and Fogland Studio: Drawing Jam

Stop by the CoCA Lab containers at CoCA UN[contained] and join December CoCA Lab artists in residence, NKO and Fogland Studio, for a drawing jam as they develop material for their January 14 book release!

The evening will also include:

- live screenprint demo 
- pop up market featuring some of Fogland Studio's previous books & prints
 
 
Saturday, December 10, 2016
6-9pm
CoCA UN[contained]
Part of the Georgetown Art Attack
6555 5th Avenue S, Seattle  
Dec 3

Artist Talk: Christine Babic, "When She Dies, You Too Will Die"

We are very proud to welcome Seattle artist and Chugach Suqpiaq tribe member, Christine Babic to the CoCA gallery for the month of December with her solo exhibition, "When She Dies, You Too Will Die." We invite you to join us on Saturday, December 3 from Noon-1pm, for an artist talk with Babic, during which she will discuss her history growing up learning traditional indigenous practices, and how that upbringing has influenced her own contemporary art and activism. The talk will be followed by a brief Q&A.

Exhibition Artist Statement:
"When She Dies, You Too Will Die" is Christine Babic's first solo show in Seattle. After receiving the CoCA "Un-Contained" residency Christine felt an overwhelming responsibility to drive 17 hours to Cannonball, North Dakota, and protest in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. As a member of the Chugach-Sugpiaq Tribe, Christine grew up in the midst of the Exxon Valdez disaster where she bore witness to the rampant destruction of Native Lands and resources. "When She Dies, You Too Will Die," is a love letter inspired by the devastating and unspoken history of colonization written to every victim of "The American Genocide of the Native" long dead, and a call to arms for those generations of survivors beaten and exhausted. "When She Dies, You Will Die Too", silently and poignantly screams out that we will not be displaced again, we will not be assimilated, our culture will not be drowned your pools of oil and blood.

"Some day the earth will weep, she will beg for her life, she will cry with tears of blood. You will make a choice if you will help her or let her die, and when she dies you too will die."
John Hollow Horn
Oglala Sioux

Title: When She Dies, You Too Will Die
Location: CoCA Gallery 114 3rd Ave South, Seattle WA 98104
Dates: December 1st- 26th
Opening Reception: Thursday, December 1, 2016, 6-9pm
Part of the Pioneer Square Art Walk 
More information: https://healthraport.cz/exhibitions/upcoming/christine-babic/
 

 

Dec 1

Opening Reception: Christine Babic

Join us on Thursday, December 1 from 6-9pm for the opening reception of "When She Dies, You Too Will Die," a solo exhibition of recent CoCA Lab Artist in Residence, Christine Babic. Babic is a member of the Chugach Suqpiaq tribe in Alaska, where she grew up learning traditional indigenous practices, and this history has influenced her own work, which focuses on vocabulary and methodology surrounding contemporary indigenous art practice. 

Christine Babic: Opening Reception
Thursday, December 1, 2016
6-9pm
114 3rd Ave. S
Seattle, WA 98104
Part of the Pioneer Square Art Walk

 

Nov 3

Opening Reception: "Considering the Voluntary Absence of God"

"Considering the Voluntary Absence of God," is an exhibition featuring the work of artist, historian, and journalist, Robert E Marx. Opening reception November 3, 2016, from 6-9pm. Part of the Pioneer Square Art Walk. 114 3rd Avenue S | 98104

 

 

Nov 10

CoCA New Wave Ball, Art Marathon & Auction: November 10-12, 2016

CoCA's 24th Annual 24-Hour Art Marathon & Auction is a three-day celebration of contemporary art. Held at the Summit Building in Seattle (420 E Pike St), the events starts at 10am Thursday, November 10 when over 20 artists embark on a 24-hour journey where they paint, draw, collage, spray and wax their way to over 100 new works of art. For this years marathon and auction we are throwing it back to CoCA's first year, 1981. It was the New Wave era. Glam it up and pull on those wristbands, studded belts (and hot pink?)! See more here.

THE ARTISTS
We've put together a stellar list of artists for this year's event including: Juli Adams, Zeynep Banu Alev, Crystal Barbre, CASH, Casey Curran, Julie Devine, Jessica Dodge, Braden Duncan, Galvanic Games, Aaron Haba, Gabriel Marquez, Hanna Myers, Kemba Opio, Kyle Rees, Erika Rier, Sara Takako-Skinner, Mackenzie Stratton, Robin Walker, Casey Weldon, Leslie West, Daniel John Williams, and Junko Yamamoto. Plus Daniel Carrillo will be back creating tin-type portraits for you on site during the preview party on Thursday, November 10!

Interested in helping out at this exciting and entertaining event? Volunteer positions are now posted! Submit a volunteer request or email info@cocaseattle.org for more information. We're looking for all kinds of volunteers, from those with specialized experience to people who want to be a part of our most thrilling event of the year.

TICKETS: Tickets are on sale now! 

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SAVE THE DATES!


November 10-12, 2016

November 10, 2016, 6:00-9:00pm
CoCA 24-hour Art Marathon Artist Preview Party

November 12, 2016, 5:30pm
CoCA New Wave Ball & Auction

CoCA New Wave Ball, Art Marathon & Auction
November 10-12th, 2016
Location: Summit Building 420 E. Pike Street

Image: Archive poster for CoCA's first exhibition, James Turrell, Series of Light Installations, 1982.

 

Event sponsored by Blick Art Materials


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Oct 14

VIP Event: 2016 Marathon Artists Meet and Greet

Words cannot express our gratitude for all the donations during the last GiveBIG campaign which made our TK homecoming possible. As promised, everyone that donated at the $100 level and above is invited to a VIP event for a rousing "thank you!"

Featuring light hors d'oeuvres and adult bevvies complimentary of Sparkle Donkey Tequila, alongside some New Wave tunes from the 80's to continue our 35th anniversary celebration.

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Emily Pothast and David Golightly of Hair and Space Museum

We are also excited to announce a special performance by Hair and Space Museum! Hair and Space Museum is the duo of Emily Pothast and David Golightly, who are also the co-founders of the band Midday Veil and the record label Translinguistic Other. HaSM projects are multimedia meditations on the generative, cosmic properties of sound.

THE MORE THE MERRIER
There's still time to make a donation in order to attend this private event. Head over to our website and donate $100 or more and you will be automatically added to the list. All funding helps contemporary art thrive through CoCA!

Questions and RSVPs by October 7 to info@cocaseattle.org.

Image: Participating CoCA 24-HR Art Marathon Artists (from L to R): Juli Adams, Casey Curran, and CASH.

 

Oct 8

CoCA Lab Artist in Residence: Christine Babic

Join us on Saturday, October 8 from 6-9pm at CoCA UN[contained] for a one night only event for CoCA Lab Artist in Residence, Christine Babic's two month residency. The evening will include a special demonstration by Babic, during which she will draw upon her experience with taxidermy...This performance will serve as a prelude to Babic's solo exhibition with CoCA December 1-23, 2016.

Saturday, October 8, 2016
6-9pm
CoCA UN[contained]
Part of the Georgetown Art Attack
6555 5th Avenue S, Seattle 

 

Oct 6

Select 2016 Marathon Artists: Going The Distance

Artists are gearing up now for their all nighter that's just over a month away. The 2016 24-Hour Art Marathon is a three day event that starts at 10am Thursday, November 10 when over 20 artists embark on a 24-hour journey in one big room where they paint, draw, collage, spray and wax their way to over 100 new works of art.

As a preview for the great art you will see at the November 12 auction, we open our gallery space on October 6 to introduce you to works by some of the new artists that have pledged 24 hours of sleep deprivation for our annual FUNdraiser. Join us on Thursday, October 6 from 6-9pm for a preview of some of the immensely talented artists participating in this year's art marathon including eynep Banu Alev, Aaron Haba, Sarah Takako-Skinner, Robin Walker, Leslie West, Daniel John Williams, Junko Yamamoto, and more.

Learn more about the New Wave Ball: 2016 Marathon and Auction. Tickets are available now, and we are also accepting applications for volunteers at this exciting event!

Opening Reception: 
Thursday, October 6
6-9pm
114 3rd Ave S, 
Seattle, WA 98104
Part of the Pioneer Square Art Walk

- See more at: /exhibitions/past/2016/select-2016-marathon-artists-going-distance/#sthash.OvUO9kJG.dpuf

 

 

Sep 17

CoCA Pop Up (AR)t at Seattle Mini Maker Faire

The Seattle Mini Maker Faire starts tomorrow at the EMP museum! Saturday and Sunday, over 120 makers from across the country will be sharing their inventions, and they want you to get your hands dirty and try out their projects!
And we will be there with our Augmented Reality pop up book that inspired our recent exhibition at CoCA Rubix: Pop-Up (AR)t. Stop by our booth to say hello and buy a book. We hope to see you there to celebrate these amazing creatives!

More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1287130664635970/

Saturday, September 17–Sunday, September 1810:00am–5:00pm at EMP
EMP Museum
325 5th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

 

Sep 10

CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Featuring Suzanne Morlock

Visual artist Suzanne Morlock has undertaken a residency through the Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) and invited collaborators Anitra Freeman, Katmondu, Margaret Johnson, Glenn Messersmith and Teresa Reeves to undertake a process of experimental exchange for this residency. Bound by a common conceptual concern – homelessness, which forms the theme for this month long exploration. A spoken word piece, Hood Robbin', created by Katmondu specifically for this residency serves as the starting point for the collective and individual activations. This work culminates at the Georgetown Art Attack on Saturday September 10th from 6-9pm in the container courtyard across from Equinox Studios 6555 5th Avenue S, Georgetown.

CoCA Lab Featuring Suzanne Morlock
September 10, 2016, 6-9pm
UN[contained] | 6555 5th Ave S | 98108
Part of Georgetown Art Attack. Ride the Art Van
Free and open to the public. Donations graciously accepted.

 

Sep 1

CoCA at TK Grand Opening Celebration: Insert Pithy Title here: 35 Years of CoCA

We are excited to announce that on Thursday, September 1 at 6pm CoCA will open the doors to our new home at 114 3rd Ave South in the Tashiro Kaplan Building!

"Insert Pithy Title Here: 35 Years of CoCA" opens September 1 as part of Pioneer Square Artwalk. Doors open at 6pm with a special private party for members only from 8-9:30pm. In addition to entrance to this private event, member benefits are vast including the free Online Members' Directory for artist members. More info on member benefits and sign-ups can be found at https://healthraport.cz/join.

At 8pm, CoCA will host a special private event sponsored by Sparkle Donkey Tequila featuring an informal discussion at 8:30pm with CoCA Archives Project Director, Anna R Hurwitz.

"Bring a wad of cash," as stated on the poster from Black & Blu Ball in 2000: copies of original posters and select catalogs will be on sale to help support CoCA. Big thanks to 4Culture for their generous and thoughtful funding of the CoCA Archives Project which is helping to preserve, catalog, and share the cultural heritage of one of Seattle's most iconic arts organizations. Note that all original artifacts have been digitized to protect fragile materials.

Insert Pithy Title Here: 35 Years of CoCA: https://healthraport.cz/exhibitions/upcoming/pithy-title-here-35-years-coca/
Opens Thursday, September 1, 2016
114 3rd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104

 

 

 

Aug 13

Marion Walker Video Release and Tour Kick-Off Celebration

You won't want to miss the culmination of Seattle band, Marion Walker's two month artist residency with CoCA Lab! Join us on Saturday, August 13 at CoCA UN[contained] for a SNEAK PEAK at the new stop-motion dance film/music video Marion Walker has been working on. They have spent many late nights shooting a new stop-motion dance film/music video (30,000+ still photos worth of late nights!!!).

The celebration will also include live musical performances by Marion Walker and My Future Self, and delicious beer courtesy of Elysian Brewing.

Saturday, Aug 13, 6-9pm
UN[contained] | 6555 5th Ave S | 98108
Part of Georgetown Art Attack

6-9PM ---> Video Viewing Reception
8PM ---> Live Music


 

Marion Walker Video Release and Tour Kick-Off Celebration: Saturday, August 13, 6-9pm
UN[contained] | 6555 5th Ave S | 98108
Part of Georgetown Art Attack. Ride the Art Van
Free and open to the public. Donations graciously accepted.

 

 

Aug 4

CoCA at Seattle Art Fair

Please join us August 4-7 at Century Link Field Event Center for the 2016 Seattle Art Fair. CoCA is a proud cultural partner of the Seattle Art Fair, a unique and innovative art experience showcasing the vibrant culture and diversity of the Pacific Northwest. Taking place August 4-7 at CenturyLink Field Event Center, the fair features over 80 local, regional, and international art galleries presenting top-tier modern and contemporary art.  

The Seattle Art Fair will also include special performances and presentations across the city, including right next door to CoCA's own Pioneer Square gallery, PS35! Between Friday, August 5-Sunday, August 7, artist Brendan Fowler will present a two-part durational performance piece, the results of which will debut in the storefront of the Good Arts building. Read a full description of Fowler's upcoming performance on the Seattle Art Fair website.

As a cultural partner of the Seattle Art Fair, we are pleased to offer you exclusive access to discounted Opening Night Tickets ($35 instead of $50) and 2 for 1 Fair Passes (multi-day tickets). 

Redeem this exclusive ticket offer here: http://seattleartfair.com/tickets/coca

To learn more about Seattle Art Fair visit seattleartfair.com. 

Seattle Art Fair: August 4-7, 2016

Location: 800 Occidental Ave., S,
Seattle, WA 98134

Website: seattleartfair.com
Ticket Sales:http://seattleartfair.com/tickets

 

Aug 4

Opening Reception: What You See is What You Sweat

For the month of August we are proud to present What You See is What You Sweat. On view at our Pioneer Square gallery, PS35, from August 4 - 27, 2016. Join us on Thursday, August 4 from 6-9pm for an opening with the artists and curators.

Opening Reception
August 4, 2016, 6-9pm
Location: CoCA PS35, 106 Cherry St., 98104
Part of the Pioneer Square Art Walk. 

Jul 23

"American Power" Artist Talk: Paul Rucker

Join us on Saturday, July 23 from 3-4pm for a lecture by internationally acclaimed conceptual artist, Paul Rucker.  Rucker will discuss his work on view in the "American Power" exhibition, featuring work recently exhibited in his solo exhibition "REWIND" at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

Baltimore Museum of Art about Paul Rucker's REWIND exhibition:

"In one of his largest installations, REWIND, he addresses social, and cultural issues in race, class and power by re-envision historical events, and connect to their relationships with current issues of power and injustice in America. His work is intended to be a powerful catalyst for community dialogue."
-Read more about Paul Rucker's REWIND exhibition at the Baltimore Museum of Art: http://www.rewindexhibition.com

CoCA is honored to have the opportunity to display share Rucker's controversial and thought-provoking series that addresses America's struggles with the issues of race, violence, and injustice. Many of these works are difficult to look at, but the emotions and and thoughts that these works provoke are ones that need to be addressed. By displaying this exhibition, we aim to facilitate a dialogue about gun violence, systemic racism, and abuse of power in America. We hope you will join us in this conversation during Rucker's artist talk on July 23.

Artist lecture by Paul Rucker
When: Saturday, July 23, 3-4pm
Location: CoCA PS35, 106 Cherry St., 98104
Suggested $5 donation
Parking: Due to the Kenny Chesney concert on Saturday, we recommend leaving extra time to find parking, or take public transportation.

CoCA PS35 Gallery Hours
American Power is on view through July 30.
Thursday-Saturday, 1-7pm
106 Cherry Street | 98104

Read more about the exhibition: https://healthraport.cz/exhibitions/current/american-power/

 

Image: Paul Rucker, Shelter in a Time of Storm

Jul 9

CoCA Lab: Marion Walker Viewing Party

Marion Walker's "We Won't Be In Love Much Longer" is a hybrid dance film, music video, and art flick – a nostalgic episode in the dead of a Southern summer night.

Made in 2015, with support from a New Music USA grant, "We Won't Be In Love Much Longer" is the first in a series of short films Marion Walker is making that explore the coupling of stop-motion and long-exposure filmmaking styles with dance. They are currently developing and shooting the second video in this series during their July/August 2016 CoCA Lab Residency at CoCA UN[contained].

Marion Walker Viewing Party: "We Won't Be In Love Much Longer": Saturday, July 9, 6-9pm
UN[contained] | 6555 5th Ave S | 98108
Part of Georgetown Art Attack. Ride the Art Van

Free and open to the public. Donations graciously accepted.

 

Jul 7

Opening Reception: American Power

Join us on Thursday, July 7, 2016 from 6-9pm at CoCA PS35 for the opening of "American Power," an exhibition featuring a collection of work by artists who use their art as a tool for social change. Work throughout the exhibit responds to the current climate around guns and violence, while it also addresses the hostility for those that don’t look or act similar to the “norm.” The exhibition features work by Pacific Northwest artists Tracy Boyd, Chris Crites, Rebecca Cummins, Troy Gua, as well as a partial remounting of internationally acclaimed conceptual artist, Paul Rucker’s, “Rewind Exhibit” recently exhibited at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

Read more about the exhibition at https://healthraport.cz/exhibitions/current/american-power/ .

At 7:30pm Sergeant Gracy of the Seattle Police Department will give a special presentation on conflict resolution techniques. The talk will be 20-30 minutes and will include discussion of how to react to aggressive behavior in a safe and effective way.

Opening Reception: American Power
Thursday, July 7, 2016, 6-9pm

Conflict Resolution Presentation by Sgt. Gracy of the Seattle Police
Thursday, July 7, 2016
7:30-8pm

Location
CoCA PS35: 106 Cherry St. | 98104
Part of the Pioneer Square Art Walk

 

Jun 11

Elysian 20th Anniversary Party

From 2-10pm, on Saturday June 11, CoCA is excited to take part in Elysian's 20th Anniversary Party.  CoCA will provide an exciting one day exhibition for the event. There will be delicious beer, great art, local food trucks, live music, and more! Join us at Seattle Center for this spectacular event!

Artists include Daniel Carillo, Chris Crites, Rebecca Cummins, Casey Curran, Troy Gua, Aaliyah Gupta, Aramis Hamer, Melissa Koch, Carl Lawrence, Danny Mansmith, Gabriel Marquez, Savina Mason, Anne Drew Potter, Chris Sheridan, Paul Rucker, Liz Tran and more tba soon.

Entertainment includes: The Gits, with Rachel Flotard, The Raveonettes, The Black Lips, Ming City Rockers, and performances by Chaotic Noise Marching Corps, spinning by DJs Riz Rollins and Steve Zoom, and acrobatics from Apex Aerial Arts.

As a show of thanks for all the support over the last twenty years, Elysian is donating 100% of the ticket proceeds to Team Red, White & Blue, Bloodworks Northwest, Bailey-Boushay House, Fred HutchObliteride, and the Fisher House Foundation!

Keep checking back here for updates on specific art events and exhibitions, and mark your calendars now. You don't want to miss this amazing one day event. You can also learn more about the event on Elysian's website and Facebook page.

Elysian 20th Anniversary Party
Seattle Center | 305 Harrison St | 98109
Buy tickets now: http://www.elysianbrewing.com/calendar/20th-anniversary/

Jun 2

Symptomatic: Opening Reception

On Thursday, June 2, from 6-9pm, please join us at PS35 for the opening reception of Symptomatic, an exhibition featuring the work of Harriet Sanderson and Cynthia Lahti. On view June 2-25. Part of the Pioneer Square Art Walk.

CoCA PS35
106 Cherry St | 98104
Free and open to the public.

May 12

CoCA Pop-Up (AR)t: Book Release Party and Opening Reception

From 6-9pm, on Thursday May 12, CoCA will celebrate the launch of "CoCA Pop-Up (AR)t," with a book release party and exhibition opening reception at CoCA Rubix. Part of the Capitol Hill Art Walk.

515 Harvard Ave E | 98102
Book Release Party and Opening Reception, 6-9pm
Free and open to the public.

May 5

JuárezX: Dragged Across Borders: Opening Night Artists' Reception

From 6-9pm, on Thursday May, 5, please join us for the opening reception of JuárezX: Dragged Across Borders. Part of the Pioneer Square Art Walk.

CoCA PS35
106 Cherry St | 98104
Free and open to the public.

May 3

GiveBIG: Extended though May 4th

UPDATE: Due to technical difficulties GiveBIG has been officially extended another 24 hours by the Seattle Foundation. GiveBIG 2016 will now run through Wednesday, May 4 at 11:59pm PST.

Join us as we raise critical funds to usher in the next phase for CoCA, joining the amazing artist community as an anchor tenant of the Tashiro Kaplan Building starting September 1, 2016.

Your pledge to CoCA on May 3rd, 2016 through GiveBIG will help us make it a reality.

Having trouble completing your donation through the GiveBIG website? You can also make a donation through our website donation page.

Thank you from the bottom of our paint cans for your generosity and support of CoCA during GiveBIG! 

Apr 14

35 Live: Artist & Curator Led Tours

From 6-9pm, on Thursday April 14, please join us for a special evening of artist and curator led tours of 35 Live: CoCA Members' Show Rubix as part of Capitol Hill Art Walk. 35 Live features 185 artists from around the world in three locations over 10 weeks.

CoCA Rubix
515 Harvard Ave E | 98102
Artist & Curator Tours April 14, 6-9pm
Free and open to the public.

Apr 9

CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence ilvs strauss

Through April 23, ilvs strauss presents a continuation of her project "The Book of Teal." CoCA UN[contained] at Equinox Studios | 6555 Fifth Ave S | 98108 

Apr 7

35 Live: Artist & Curator Led Tours

From 6-10pm, on Thursday April 7, please join us for a special evening of artist and curator led tours of 35 Live: CoCA Members' Show PS35 as part of Pioneer Square Art Walk. 35 Live features 185 artists from around the world in three locations over 10 weeks.

CoCA PS35
106 Cherry Street
Artist & Curator Tours April 7, 6-10pm
Free and open to the public.

Apr 1

CoCA & Columbia Winery Present PNW Artists

CoCA & Columbia Winery present an exhibition of Pacific Northwest artists.

Artist Reception Friday, April 1, 5-7pm

Columbia Winery | 14030 NE 145th St | Woodinville, WA | 98702

Mar 26

Art Promotion in the Digital World

Special Lecture TOMORROW, Saturday, March 26, 3pm. Free for CoCA Members.

We have been hearing great things from members about responses to artist's profiles on our CoCA Member Directory. To make sure you have the best experience and are fully informed about the opportunities available to you as an artist participating in the online revolution, we are hosting an informal lecture, free to all CoCA members, with CoCA's Executive Director, Nichole DeMent.

Nichole will share details about how to best utilize the directory in addition to other insights about responding to requests from curators and fairs with information on the current benefits and challenges for artists in today's digital world.

Starts at 3pm sharp. Space is limited to 50; first come first served. Available to CoCA Members only.

Lecture: Art Promotion in the Digital World
Saturday, March 26, 3pm
CoCA at Rubix | 515 Harvard Ave E | 98102

Mar 12

35 Live: CoCA Members' Show Extravaganza

The festivities continue on March 12 with an evening of installation art, performances and music during the 35 Live Extravaganza with site-specific installations, films, and performances. 35 Live features 185 artists from around the world in three locations over 10 weeks.

CoCA UN[contained] at Equinox Studios
6555 Fifth Avenue South
35 Live Extravaganza, Saturday March 12, 6-10pm
Free and open to the public

Mar 10

35 Live: CoCA Members' Show Artists' Reception

From 6-9pm, on Thursday March 10, please join us for a special Artists’ Reception at our pop-up gallery, CoCA at Rubix, as part of Capitol Hill Art Walk. 35 Live features 185 artists from around the world in three locations over 10 weeks.

CoCA at Rubix
515 Harvard Avenue E
Artists' Reception March 10, 6-9pm
Free and open to the public

Mar 8

CoCA Annual Membership Meeting & Board Elections

CoCA PS35 | 106 Cherry Street | 98104 | 7-10pm

Everyone is invited; you do not need to be a member to attend!
Join us as we review our successes in 2015, and work together to forge an exciting future for CoCA.
All CoCA members are strongly encouraged to attend in order to cast your vote for new and returning board members.

Read more here...

Interested in becoming a CoCA Board member? Review our Board Application CoCABoardApplication2016 FINAL.pdf

Jan 14

CoCA at Rubix presents Bling it On!

An exhibition of wearable contemporary art and jewelry. Opening Reception January 14, 6-9p

CoCA at Rubix 515 Harvard Ave E, 98102
Gallery Hours: Wed-Sat, 12p-6p

Jan 9

CoCA at Rubix featuring Bo Choi

Installation and fabric artist will be featured at CoCA at Rubix. Gallery open Jan. 2 through 9 for the final week of this exhibit. 515 Havard Ave East.

Jan 9

CoCA UN[contained] featuring Aaron Asis

Join us at CoCA UN[contained] at Equinox, Saturday, January 9 for the first in a series by Brooklyn-based installation artist, Aaron Asis, our current CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence. Part of Georgetown Art Walk. 6555 5th Avenue S 98108

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