Just a few of the recent exhibits we loved. See more in our CoCA Archives.
A love affair of local artists with The Guerrilla Girls, an anonymous group of feminist artists devoted to exposing gender bias and racism in the art world.
Celebrating queer womxn voices over 50 in a group exhibition of artists, including a live showcase of burlesque fashion, performance and storytellers.
An intramedia sound/image/voice performance with special guest Magdalucca, in Gary Hill’s studio.
This show sought to bring healing to mothers forcibly separated from their children while imprisoned and create greater awareness of unjust conditions during and post-incarceration.
A premiere highlight for all current CoCA members. Reviews are lightning fast, but oh so sweet and so very useful!
Our annual show, on display in March & April, presented over 160 artists juried by Amanda Manitach.
Anna Mlasowsky’s solo show gradually rolled out in front of the visitor's eyes, as CoCA set foot in the new year.
A national exhibition of contemporary art jewelers and metalsmiths that explores social and political approaches to contemporary society: Nov 23 through Dec 22
A group show that reflects on America, a place many immigrants call home.
Join the CoCA community at our 2018 Marathon & Auction for creative fun.
Presenting the latest improvisation with “old growth” technologies from globally renowned artist Gary Hill