2017


Feb 11

CoCA Lab: Kin-der-gar-ten of Light

In the same way kids want to try, do and touch everything, the GlowFi team wanted to do and create everything with light. Join us on Saturday, February 11 6-9pm during the Georgetown Art Attack for an evening of illumination!

This exhibit will feature new technologies with "side glow fiber optics" that look a bit like neon (but much more fun), a Throne of Light you can sit on, interactive projection art and more. This garden of light promises to unleash your inner child!

GlowFi is a collection of light art by Josh and Liz Larsen.


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

Jan 28

Closing Reception: Laura Rodriguez: Surrealism Part - Fear of the Other

Join us for an immersive multi-media event on Saturday, January 28 from 3-6pm at our Pioneer Square location! To close the January exhibition Surrealism Part - Fear of the Other, Laura Rodriguez and collaborators Becca Blackwell, Maeve Haselton, Phenix Laughlin and Levi Ryan will be guiding us into a new territory, presenting and exploring a new work that focuses in on the LGBTQ community, minorities and other people who are currently fighting for their rights or encountering hostile environments. And, of course, audience participation is encouraged!

 
Saturday, January 28, 2017

3-6pm

114 3rd Avenue S, Pioneer Square,

Seattle, WA 98104


Jan 14

CoCA Lab: NKO and Fogland Studio: Book Release and Pop-Up Market

Join us at CoCA UN[contained] on January 14 for a Book Release Party and Pop-Up Market organized by current CoCA Lab artists in residence, NKO and Fogland Studio

Fogland Studios, New Mystics and CoCA present a handmade book release party, activist event, pop up shop and screenprinting demo from 6-9pm during Georgetown Art Attack on Jan. 14. 
 
Continuing their recent CoCA Lab residency RESISTANCE: Art as Advocacy, artists and printers Eric Carnell and NKO will debut a screenprinted book (whose contents were developed during a drawing party at Art Attack December 10), and demo guerrilla screen printing techniques featuring posters for local advocacy group, Shout Your Abortion. The artists will showcase how, using simple tools and techniques, it's possible to empower people through visual art.
 
Come by and drink a beer, donate to your favorite causes - including Black Lives Matter, Shout Your Abortion, I-873 (police accountability), NoDAPL, and Rent Control - and see how individual and collective voices can be powerful. Now is the time for healing, festival, and RESISTANCE!
 
Saturday, December 10, 2016
6-9pm
CoCA UN[contained]
Part of the Georgetown Art Attack
6555 5th Avenue S, Seattle  
Part of Georgetown Art Attack. Ride the Art Van
Free and open to the public. Donations graciously accepted. 
 
Big thank you to our sponsor ElysianLogo.jpg
Jan 7

Open Conversation with Artists: Laura Rodriguez: Surrealism Part - Fear of the Other

Join us for an open conversation with Laura Rodriguez, along with collaborating artists Levi Ryan, Scotty Flores, Becca Blackwell, and Ashlyn Fletcher, about their current exhibition, "Surrealism Part - Fear of the Other."

114 3rd Avenue S, Pioneer Square,
Seattle, WA 98104

Jan 5

Opening Reception: Laura Rodriguez: Surrealism Part - Fear of the Other

Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) is proud to present a multi-media experience created by Laura Rodriguez in January entitled, Surrealism Part - Fear of the Other along with collaborating artists Levi Ryan, Scotty Flores, Becca Blackwell, and Ashlyn Fletcher this January. Through a Surrealist lens, Laura Rodriguez will create multi-media experiences that explore the complex history of LGBTQ and minority persecution in the past and present. Through choreographed performance and special objects especially created for the show, the space will be in constant transformation and activation throughout the month. Audience participation is encouraged. 

Opening Reception & Immersive Public Performance: January 5, 6-9pm. 

114 3rd Avenue S, Pioneer Square,
Seattle, WA 98104

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