Recent Articles and Reviews

09/17/2019 Seattle Times: 9 Seattle-area art experiences you won’t want to miss in fall 2019 by Gayle Clemans
Real Change: First Thursday Artwork Guide, September 5 2019 by Lisa Edge
Seattle Times: Look Ahead: The hottest Seattle events for September 2019
07/10/2019 Real Change: Not Done Yet: Dykes over 50 revered in CoCA show by Lisa Edge
Vacation Idea Magazine: 24 Best Seattle Museums and Galleries
05/15/2019 Real Change: Unbroken by Bars: Art exhibition brings awareness to the challenges women face when they’ve been imprisoned by Lisa Edge
Real Change: Artists explore the meaning of Motherland by Lisa Edge
01/03/2019 The Stranger: Recommended Anna Mlasowsky: NOON

08/01/2018 City Arts Magazine: Gary Hill’s Maddening ‘Linguistic Spill ([un]contained)’ at CoCA
06/27/2018 Seattle Times: CoCA’s group show demonstrates the continued power of painting
04/21/2018 Andrea K Lawson: Active Hope
04/11/2018 Math + Art + Dance at CoCA

12/13/2017 Real Change News: The many faces of artist Barry Johnson
10/11/2017 Seattle Times: New residency program uses shipping containers to foster socially engaged art
10/10/2017 Puget Sound Business Journal: Developer hosts artists in shipping containers at Seattle project site (Photos)
10/10/2017 Seattle Times: CoCA looks back on 35 years of contemporary art with ‘Legacy’
06/29/2017 Seattle Times: Can’t get tickets to ‘Infinity Mirrors’ at Seattle Art Museum? Here are 5 other installations to visit
03/09/2017 Huffington Post: Why I Love The Art Of Seattle: Joe Roberts
02/01/2017 Huffington Post: 50 Protest Posters Designed By Women Amplify The Voices Of Resistance

12/21/2016 City Arts Magazine: Stand Up and Say Something
12/20/2016 The Stranger: The 196 Moments in Music, Art, Books, Theater, Film, and TV That Helped Us Survive 2016
12/07/ 2016 Seattle Weekly: "When She Dies, You Too Will Die," Confronts America's Indigenous History
12/2016 The Stranger: Recommended, "When She Dies, You Too Will Die"

11/30/2016 Seattle Weekly: The Top 15 Things to Do This Week
11/30/2016 Vanguard Seattle: First Thursday Art Walk and Seattle Gallery Guide, December, 2016
11/25/2016 The Stranger: Christine Babic, A Child of the Exxon Valdez, Makes Fighting Art in the Time of Standing Rock
11/9/2016 Seattle Weekly: Robert Ernst Marx’s Ambiguous Pairings of Image and Text Are an Antidote to the Meme
11/2016 The Stranger: Considering the Voluntary Absence of God

08/22/2016 City Arts: Joan Jett at White River, Sheer Mag at El Corazon, 'What You See is What You Sweat' at CoCA
08/15/2016The Stranger: The 25 Best Things To Do in Seattle This Week
08/10/2016 The Stranger: Dear Seattle Art Fair, I Love You and I Want You to Live
08/06/2016 The Stranger: Five Things to Do at the Second-to-Last Day of Seattle Art Fair! 
08/04/2016 The Stranger: What You See is What You Sweat

07/13/2016: Couch-Surfing Center on Contemporary Art Gets a Center
07/11/2016: Upcoming Events
07/07/2016 The Stranger: Recommended Art Events
07/06/2016 Seattle Weekly's Art Walk Picks

05/13/2016 Sea-Media: CoCA Pop-up (AR)t Exhibition
05/05/2016 The Stranger: JuarezX: Dragged Across Borders

03/29/2016 Seattle Times: Center on Contemporary Art Pops up again with whack-a-mole vitality

04/06/2015 International Examiner: Exhibition showcases diversity of Hong Kong’s contemporary art
04/03/2015 Seattle Times: Change-Seed' serves surrealism with a touch of the political.

02/13/2015 The More Things Change Exhibit Will Push Your Buttons

06/13/2014 Seattle Times: CoCA ‘Glam Art’ exhibit is bright, shiny fun

11/11/2013 The Seattle Times: CoCA's 'Pipe' show riffs on legal pot's imminent arrival 

08/03/2013 The Wall Street Journal: These Are Heady Times for Glass Blowers' High Art 

03/29/2013 Seattle Times: Seattle Design Center becomes art-gallery magnet 

10/18/2012 KOMO News: Vandals wreak havoc on Carkeek Park artwork 

08/24/2012 Seattle Times: Art at Carkeek: Buddhist teachings? Or teenage hangout? 
08/22/2012 Seattle Weekly: Visual Arts: A Carkeek Park Art Safari 

07/20/2012 the Stranger: What??? Local Art Is Set on Fire and Vandalized 
07/11/2012 the Stranger: Art-Eating Park 

05/25/2012 City Arts: CoCA Settles in the Design Center 

02/01/2012 the Stranger: Layoffs, Missing Persons, and Hot Wheels 

01/13/2012 Seattle Times: CoCA juried show: no theme but plenty of meaning 
01/06/2012 Seattle Times: A nicely orchestrated 'exaggeration of data' 
09/06/2011 KOMO News: Artists not happy with sculpture's removal from Carkeek Park 

08/24/2011 Seattle Weekly: Art Hike 

07/30/2011 Seattle Times: Outdoor art and 'Sunset and Music' come to Carkeek Park 

11/24/2010 Seattle Weekly: Memory Upgrade 

10/08/2010 the Stranger: Currently Sleeping: The CoCA Auction Artists 

09/20/2010 City Arts: It Beats the Flying Trapeze 

08/27/2010 City Arts: Art Review: Burning Man Comes to Carkeek Park 

07/21/2010 Seattle Weekly: Overgrowth & Understory 
07/07/2010 Seattle Weekly: The Fussy Eye: Lost in the Woods 
07/01/2010 Seattle Times: Lines between nature and artifice blurred in outdoor exhibit 

01/04/2010 City Arts: Catch This: CoCa's Annual and The Song Show 

09/25/2009 Seattle Times: 'Across the Divide' at CoCA offers goodies, oddities 

07/31/2009 Seattle Times:Walking with purpose through a blend of art and nature at Carkeek Park