The Georgetown Gallery

2013 Member Meeting

Annual CoCA Membership Meeting


Everyone Welcome!
Tuesday, March 11, 7:30-9:00pm
CoCA Georgetown Gallery
5701 Sixth Ave S, Suite 258
Seattle, WA 98108
Free admission and parking

ON THE AGENDA

Board Report
2013 highlights and what's in store for 2014

Curatorial Committee Report
2014 Exhibition Calendar

Community Discussion: Recent Trends in Contemporary Art: Avoid or Target?
No doubt you've seen the abundance of hyper-fashion performance spectacle, or the embrace of ANYTHING recycled, or the goldrush to appropriate ethnographic iconicity, or even the craze for upscale craft objects -- the question is, how should you let all that inform your practice? Do you avoid all that, stick to your guns, or do you incorporate some aspects? Which aspects? What about experimental forms like pseudo-geography or all the attention on temporality and spatial relationships? Join the CoCA curators for this dynamic discussion.

Board Elections: Securing the future of CoCA.
We are currently seeking qualified Board candidates (a mix of artists and non-artists) who are eager to help further CoCA's mission. Being on the CoCA Board is always exciting and extremely satisfying; there is real work to be done here that will have a significant impact on the continued growth of our beloved organization. For more information, click here.

Plus giveaways, snacks, discounts on artwork from the CoCA Shop, networking time with artists, patrons, sponsors and CoCA staff and Board and an opportunity to participate in our current exhibition Noxious Sector's Nightmare Inductions

For current members, past members, friends of members, potential members, Board members and anyone interested in learning more about CoCA.

Who can become a CoCA Member? Anyone who has an interest in CoCA's programming and mission to support contemporary artists.

RSVP requested, but not required (so we know how many chairs to put out). Click here via Facebook or email info@cocaseattle.org.

Click here to read about our membership benefits, renew your membership, update your contact information or make a donation to support CoCA.


Special Performance:
Benign Temporal Vertigo


Sound and Video by AJ Lindner


Thursday, February 20, 7:00pm & 8:00pm (gallery open until 9:00pm)
as part of ART@SDC Third Thursday Open Galleries.
CoCA Georgetown Gallery 5701 Sixth Ave S, Suite 258

In perfect accompaniment to our current exhibit, AJ Lindner will perform a piece from his psychology influenced "brainwave entrainment-core" carhartech project. The piece explores the subjective experience of time through targeted and applied sensory exploitation. Brainwave entrainment technologies, and psychological prompting are embedded in the audio/video. Lindner is aware that he is employing techniques of subliminal coercion and induction purportedly used in the weaponization of mass media, advertisement, and cultic indoctrination, but assures audiences that the experience is intended to be ontological, not subjugating, in nature. Lindner has dedicated this piece to Fotamecus, the servitor of time manipulation.

AJ Lindner is a Seattle sound and video artist, curator, promoter, and experimental music advocate. His latest work is featured in the Storefronts Seattle project. Lindner's cathartech is an experimental media project that aims to meld music, psychology, technology, and occult processes into a unified force of functional audio - audio that produces altered states of consciousness through intention. More info: http://www.sonicmunitions.com.

Showtimes are at 7pm and 8pm.

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Juried Exhibition: Juror to be announced.

April 17 - June 6, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 17, 5 - 9 pm
As part of ART@SDC Third Thursday Open Galleries

Center on Contemporary Art is pleased to present the 24th CoCA Annual, a juried exhibition exhibiting work from emerging as well as established artists in a wide variety of visual media. Artists in any region and any country are welcome to submit, and entries are often receied from around the country and around the world. The exhibit showcases the ways in which contemporary artists, regardless of their location, share similar aesthetic concerns and conceptual approaches in a world of increasingly dramatic flux, while at the same time highlighting their differences. In recent years, jurors have included M.K. Guth, Gary Hill, Juan Alonso, and Jess Van Nostrand.