Center on Contemporary Art

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Center on Contemporary Art
Tashiro-Kaplan Building 01.jpg
The CoCA gallery is located in the Tashiro Kaplan Building in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square as of September 2016.
Established 1980 (1980)
Location Seattle, Washington
Type Non-profit art institution
Website http://cocaseattle.org/

The Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) is a non-profit art gallery located in Seattle, Washington. CoCA was founded in 1980 by a group of artists, art patrons, and arts activists. Since its inaugural exhibition (James Turrell's "Four Light Installations", 1982, at the Lippy Building in Pioneer Square), CoCA has provided continuous programming that presents work by both established and emerging artists. CoCA originally existed without a permanent gallery space, and the organization has since inhabited numerous locations in Seattle. Its most recent location, as of September 2016, is the Tashiro Kaplan Building in historic Pioneer Square, CoCA estimates that it has exhibited over 3,000 artists in approximately 200 major exhibitions (with hundreds of smaller exhibits and events). This includes artists such as R. Crumb and Peter Bagge in Misfit Lit: Contemporary Comic Art, collectives such as Neue Slowenische Kunst, authors such as William S. Burroughs, and performers such as Karen Finley. Today, CoCA "serves the Pacific Northwest as a catalyst and forum for the advancement, development, and understanding of Contemporary Art," a mission achieved through exhibitions, artist residencies, publications, and discussions.

Operations[edit]

Members, staff, donors and volunteers work to exhibit international, national and local artists in a gallery setting, create events and host annual programs.

CoCA is a tax-exempt non-profit run by a working Board of Directors.[1] During 2016 when this page was first developed, the president was Miguel Edwards.[2] The vice president was Sara Everett, chair Tina Gonsalves, vice chair Lorrie Cardoso, treasurer Dan Hawkins, secretary Talia Silveri Wright, director and curator Joseph Roberts. Directors were Joseph Bisacca, Kalindi Kunis, Todd Lawson, Travis Monroe, Michele Osgood, David Ruggiero, and Kate Vrijmoet. On the Advisory Board, Ray C. Freeman III acts as advisor and publisher, and David Francis acts as advisor and curator at large. Caroline Parry was Administrative and Program Associate. As of July 10, 2018, Nichole DeMent[3] continues as CoCA's Executive Director. Current staff and board members can be found on the CoCA website.

CoCA launched their Archives Project[4] in 2013 as a way to preserve, catalog and share the printed materials, slides, video and other materials gathered over the organization's history. The CoCA Archives Project was launched by Anna R. Hurwitz[5]; she stepped down as the Project Director in 2018.

Exhibitions[edit]

Annual programs have included the Northwest Annual,[6] the 24-Hour Painting Marathon and Auction,[7] and the Annual Members' Show. The Northwest Annual was originally under the Seattle Art Museum until CoCA took over the program in 1989. The group exhibition showcases current work by local artists of various mediums selected by a juror. Past Northwest Annual jurors include visual artists Leon Golub and Nancy Spero in 1989,[8] painter and sculptor Kerry James Marshall in 1999,[9] and Canadian visual artist Ken Lum in 2004.[10] At the 24-Hour Painting Marathon & Auction, originally titled "They Shoot Painters, Don't They?", CoCA invites artists to create work in one day, then auctions the artworks. CoCA also founded and produced Heaven & Earth, a group show of outdoor, temporary installations in Carkeek Park inaugurated in 2009 until the exhibit went independent in 2015.[11]

1981–1990[edit]

1981[edit]

1982[edit]

  • Lecture series with speakers Robert Irwin, Germano Celant, Kathy Halbreich and Jo-Anne Birnie-Danzker[12]
  • Four Light Installations, James Turrell[13]
  • "CoCA presents a Saturday afternoon of something like nothing you've ever seen before" sponsored by Anne Gould Hauberg, Linda Farris, Anne Gerber, Cathy Hillenbrand and Chuck Rynd

1983[edit]

1984[edit]

  • Performance by Jim Pomeroy[16]
  • Lecture series with speakers John Torreano, Martha Schwartz, Susan Larsen Stelarc and Howard Fox[17]
  • Four Windows: A Peekshow with curator Barbara Noah and artists Linda Beaumont, C.T. Chew, Alan Lande, Artofficials[18]

1985[edit]

1986[edit]

1987[edit]

  • Residency and exhibition by Donald Lipski[26]
  • CoCA Cabana[27]
  • California Needs Foods with curator Martha Winans and artist Judith Barry[26]
  • Video Babies and the Mountain[28] with curator Martha Winans and artist Nam June Paik

1988[edit]

  • Seattle: Before and After with curator Larry Reid and artists: Roger Shimomura, Peter Santino, Bill Hope, Susan Nininger, Mark Strathy, Mark Michaelson, Gale McCall, Lisa Apatoff, Chuck Close, Robert Seng, Kristine Larsen, Debra Sherwood, and Michael Lawson.[29][30]
  • Michael Tracy: Terminal Privileges with curator Edward Leffingwell and artist Michael Tracy[31]
  • St. Eom in Pasaquan with curator Tom Patterson and artist Eddie Owens Martin[32]
  • At-The-Edge[33] with curator and panelist Beth Sellars; panelist Roger Manley; artists Joseph Schneider, Clarice Dreyer, Russell Rosander
  • Reading and panel lunch with author William S. Burroughs;[34] host Stephen Bernstein; panelists Tom Patterson, Roger Manley, Beth Sellars, Mia McEldowney, Ed Wicklander, Merrilee Tompkins[35]
  • Stations ov Thee Cross : A Dematerialisation ov Easter with curator of local video shorts Bruce Pavitt and performer Psychic TV[36]

1989[edit]

  • Northwest Annual juried by Leon Golub and Nancy Spero[37]
  • CoCA Cabana, California Sushi[38]
  • Re/Search: Modern Primitives with hosts/curators V. Vale and Andrea Juno, host/artist Leslie Gladsjo, and performers Madame Lazonga and Captain Don[39]
  • Counterfeit Masterpieces of Twentieth Century Art[40]

1990[edit]

1991–2000[edit]

1991[edit]

1992[edit]

1993[edit]

  • CoCA Cabana, A Tropical Cabaret[55]
  • Neue Slovenische Kunst with curator Larry Reid and artists IRWIN, Laibach and Red Pilot Theater Group[56]
  • Off Course[57]
  • Urgent Nostalgia[58]

1994[edit]

  • Northwest Annual juried by Joel-Peter Witkin[59]
  • Kustom Culture with curators C.R. Stecyk and Bolton Coburn, and artists Ed Roth, Kenny Howard, Robert Williams, Mike Kelly;[60] event: Kustom Kulture Klimax with the Mono Men & The Del Lagunas
  • Random Access[61]- curators Janet & Edward Galore; artists: Patrice Caire, Clair Colquitt, Mark & John Bain, James Acord, David Galbraith, Teresa Seemann, Kurt & Debla Geissel, Joel Kollin, Holly Bine
  • Cult Rapture[62] - curator Adam Parfrey; artists: Dr Jack Kevorkian, Joe Coleman, Paul Loffoley, Robert N. Taylor, Rodney Vanworth, Dick Kramer, George Highman, Leilah Wendell, Charles Manson, Rex Diablos Church, Charles Krafft, Jeffrey Dixon, Unarius, Partridge Family Temple, Universal Order, Christian Patriots</ref>
  • COCA/KCMU Halloween Dance Party and Costume Ball
  • Grand Opening Gala Party and Preview of CoCA Holiday Store
  • Spy By Night — Adventures in International Espionage[63]
  • "They Shoot Painters, Don't They?" 2nd Painting Marathon & Auction[64] - artists: Lisa Buchanan, Ed Fotheringham, Ken Kelly, David Kane, Charles Krafft, Bill Elston, Doug Parry, Drake Deknatal, Bill Turner

1995[edit]

  • Northwest Annual,[65] etc. - juror: Laura Trippi; artists: Martha Parrish, etc.
  • Kunstkabinett[66]- curator: Sean Eldwood; artists: Portia Munson, Connie Catch, Jeffry Mitchel, Nole Giulini, Marita Dingus, Dan Eskanzi, Fred Gibbons, David Ireland
  • Home Remedies and Magnificent Obsessions[66]- curator: Susan Purves; artists: Thomas O'Day, Wilbur Hathaway, Juniper Tedhams, Janice Kerbel, Jeanne Voltura, Germaine Koh, Raymond Materson, Scott MacGregor
  • Folie a Deux - curator: Susan Purves; 86 artists from around the nation
  • They Shoot Painters, Don't They? (3rd)[67] - Lisa Buchanan, Lauri Chambers, Shawn Ferris, Mr. Fotheringham, Rolon Bert Garner, Jef Gunn, Victoria Haven, Harold Hollingsworth, David C. Kane, Marc Lindsay, Dave McGranagham, Joe Park, Doug Parry, Colin Schutz, Jason Starkie, Friese Undine
  • Folie Fini Soiree
  • The Garden of Virtue and Vice[68]- artist: Timothy Siciliano
  • CoCA Museum Store

1996[edit]

  • Voice of the Machine[69]- artist: Warner Blake
  • Alt.com.expo[70]- artists/presenters: Dame Darcy, Dr. Vaginal Creme Davis, Krist Novoselic, Tom Frank
  • Japan-O-Rama[71]- curator: Clarke Fletcher; performers: Seagull Screaming, Kiss Her Kiss Her, Muddy Frankenstein
  • Gender, Fucked:[72] - exhibition of artworks by lesbian artists; curators: Catherine Lord & Harmony Hammond; artists: Amy Adler, Deborah Bright, Kaucilya Brooke, Patricia Cronin, Shauna Dempsey & Lorri Millan, Elise Dodeles, Dyke Action Machine (DAM), Nicole Eisenman, Donna Evans, Fierce Pussy, Claire Garoutte, Maria Elena Gonzalez, Deborah Kass, Mary Klein, Julia Kunin, Lesbian Avengers, Sue Maberry & Cheri Gaulke, Carrie Moyer, Catherine Opie, Hanh Thi Taylor, Nicole Tyson, Linn Underhill; video by Joyan Saunders, Tran T. Kim-Trang, Mary Patten, Eliza Barrios, Cecilia Dougherty, Tammy Rae Carland
  • Firewater Follies (installation)[73] - artists: Friese Undine, Curtis Taylor
  • They Shoot Painters, Don't They? (4th) - artists: Alex O. Baker, David Christensen, Billy Davis, Shawn Ferris, Mr. Fortheringham, Jef Gunn, David C. Kane, Marc Lindsay, Joseph Park, Doug Parry, Mary Ann Peters, Cheryl dos Remedios, Jason Starkie, Friese Undine
  • Nirvana, Capitalism and the Consumed Image[74] - curators: Susie Purves, Brad Thompson, artists: Kim Collmer, Jennifer Hope Davy, Sandra Smith, Alex Bag, Alan Lande, Sub Pop, Paul Lee, David Ader Dedeaux, Richard Hawkins, Karen Kilimik, Marshall Weber, Mark Bennett, Isabel Samaras, Igor Vamas. Poster Design: Art Chantry
  • The Project Room: The Detritus of Anxiety (installation)[75] - artist: Ingrid Lahti

1997[edit]

  • Square Painting / Plane Painting - curators: Lauri Chambers, Rhonda Howard; artists: Jacqueline Barnett, Jake Berthot,[76] Alfonse Borysewicz,[77] John Dunn,[78] Suzan Frecon, Keiko Hara, Mary Henry, Denzil Hurley, Jones C.Roberts. May E. Dan, Paul Mogensen, Thomas Nozkowski[79]
  • The Project Room - performers: David Nechak, Dust
  • The Project Room - performers: Sarah Chase, Cake
  • The Critics Embarrass themselves! performance event- hostess: Susy Schneider; critics: Greg Burkman, Jim Demetre, Roger Downey, Sheila Farr, Eric Fredericksen, Gillian Gaar, Cyd Gillis, Regina Hackett, Clark Humprey, Matthew Kangas, Tom McTaggart, Matthew Richter, Michael Romano, Anna Woolverton
  • J. Steensma - A Retrospective[80] - guest curator: Matthew Kangas; artist: J. Steensma
  • They Came Here First[81] - curator: David C. Kane; performers: Randy Jones, Roland Baker, Wally Shoup, Rob Angus, Jeff Greinke, Lesli Dalaba, Dennis Rea; projections: George Soler
  • Man in Black ball opening party
  • Burningpoint[82] - curator: Astrid Larsen; artists: Wise Fool, Steve Rife, Magenta, Pryodesiacs, Fire Drake, Peter Toms, Kitty Center, Toby & Doug Haire
  • They Shoot The Painters, Don't They? (5th)[83]- artists: Joshua Abrams, Trio of Jac Chartier, Carol Bolt and Martha Parish, Susan Dorey, Mia Dovi, Joan Englemeyer, Shawn Ferris, Mr. Fatheringham, Geoff Garza, Jeff Gunn, Gail Grinell, Harold Hollingsworth, Marc Lindsay, Darcy McGrath, Jason Starkie, David Tupper, Freise Undine, Dan Webb
  • The People's Choice, Seattle's Most Wanted Painting[84] - artists: Komar & Melamid
  • Reverse Archaeology[85] - artists: Featuring RIGGA (collective): Ean Eldred, James Harrison, John Kashiwabara, Peter Nylen
  • The 1997 Northwest Annual[86]- jurors: Komar & Melamid
  • CoCA Museum Store

1998[edit]

  • Love at the End of the Tunnel, or the Beginning of a Smart New Day: New Art[87] - from L.A. curator: Marilu Knode; artists: Maura Bendett, Andrea Bowers, Sally Elesby, Chris Finley, Terri Friedman, Michael Gonzalez, Doug Hammet, Joyce Lightbody, Carlos Mollura, Patrick Nickell, Michael Pierzynski, Kenneth Riddle, George Stoll, Pae White
  • Survival System Train and Other Sculpture[88] - curator: Renny Pritkin (Chief Curator at Yerba Buena Center for Arts); artist: Kenji Yanobe
  • Stick Bladder[89] by Jet Construction - preparator: Annie Walker; artists: Jet Construction—Cam Schoepp (sculptor), Mark and Peter Anderson (architects), Crispin Spaeth Dance Group, Susie Kozawa
  • The New Prometheans[90] - curator: Astrid Larsen; artists: Warner and Consorten (Warner van Wely), David Hall, Bill Fitzgibbons, John Surbert, Ted Batchelor, Kain Karawahn, Bruce Hall, John Roloff, Pepe Ozan
  • They Shoot Painters, Don't They?[91] (6th) - artists: Kevin Kent, Parris Broderick, Kris Caldwell, Susan Dory, Shawn Ferris, Nina Frenkel, Geoff Garza, Jef Gunn, Kevin Hanson, Sean Hurley, David C. Kane, Marc Lindsay, Randy McCoy, D'Arcy Jane McGrath, Joe Park, Matthew Skenandore, T.K. Stephens, Bryon Tello, Whiting Tennis, David Tupper
  • At the Threshold of the Visible: Minuscule and Small-Scale Art, 1964-1996[92] - guest curator: Ralph Rugoff; artists: Joel Shapiro, Chris Burden, Yoko Ono, Jeffrey Vallance, Hannah Wilke and others
  • The Micro-Miniatures of Hagop Sandaldjian[93] - guest curator: Ralph Rugoff
  • Deep Space Electronica, Music Night curated by Kim Collmer and Roland Barker
  • CoCA's Best Ever Holiday Store
  • Event - slide lecture: Kerry James Marshall

1999[edit]

  • The Northwest Annual[94] - juror: Kerry James Marshall; artists: Jaqueline Barnett, David Brody, James Jeffrey Burger, Donnabelle Casis, Sean Downey, Dick Elliot, Yvette Franz, Erik J. Geschke, Anthea Groves, Wendy Hanson, Patrick Holderfield, Richard Hutter, Elizabeth Jameson, John Jenkins III, Doug Keyes, Stefan Knorr, John Leavy, Damon Maxwell, Lyn McCracken, Nancy Morrow, Mike Shea, Sheila Sieb, Nicola Vruwink, Matt Wainwright
  • Food Chain: Encounters Between Mates, Predators and Prey[95] - curator: Michael L. Sand; artist: Catherine Chalmers
  • Land/Use/Action[96] - performers: Ruth Marie Tomlinson, Deborah Lawrence
  • Here and There[97] - artists: Harriet Sanderson, Ingrid Lahti, Mary Zeran, Erin Shie Palmer, Ruth Marie Tomlinson, Coleen Hayward, Deborah F. Lawrence, Rosemary Barile, Jennifer Dixon, Heather Dew Oaksen
  • Center for Land Use Interpretation[97]
  • Man of the World[98] - artists: Mark Alice Durant, Matthew Wilson
  • Recent: Remote[99] - artist: Marilyn Arsem
  • BOY[100] - artists: Harrell Fletcher, Jon Rubin
  • ArtDetour[101]
  • CoCA's 7th Annual Painting Marathon and Auction
  • Dusk[102] - curators: Kim Collmer (Chicago), De Kwok (Milky World Gallery); video artists: Ryan Berg, Gretchen Bone, Veronika Bromova, Dame Darcy, Marit Folstad, John Gerrard, Iggy Green, Ryan Hobson, Maura Jasper, Vincent Johnson, Mike Kelley, Cameron Jaime, Sky Forest Hutchens, Mason Kittel, John Kramer

2000[edit]

  • The 2000 Northwest Annual[103] - juror: Mike Bidlo; artists: Marion Peck, Joseph Robbins
  • What is Northwest? A conversation connecting disciplines - moderator : John Boylan; artists: Bret Fetzer, Derrick Hachey, Billy Howard, Randy McCoy, Catherine Reynolds, Susan Robb, David Russell
  • Jerry Pethick : Out of the Corner of an Eye[104] - curator: Matthew Kangas; artist: Jerry Pethick
  • Pushpin Poetry Show
  • Cornish College of the Arts: Art Department BFA Exhibition[105] - artists: Neal Bashor,[106] Ben Beres,[107] Sarah Brooking, Ramona Cliff, Matthew Cox, Lia Craven, Charles Crockett, Zachary Culler, Elizabeth Ferrill, Tracey Fugami, Kate Greiner, Henry Kiner, Wendi Koble, Ezra Kortz, Lester Lee, Meridith Lee, Jessica H. Marston, Paul McKee, Danielle Meyers, Christina Miller, Jazz-minh Moore,[108] Jaimy Morrison, Deborah Penna, Adde du Laux Russell, Lesa Sawahata, Andrea Sestakova, Heather Timken, Kristen Tonti, Mark Velazquez, R.Gabriel Villalobos, Jennifer A. West, Emily Wilkins
  • The Whole World is Watching: Art., Images,and Literature From the WTO Protests (collaboration between CoCA, 911 Media Arts, Independent Media Center);[109] artists: Cecily Brown, Will Cotton, Karin Davie, Kim Dingle, Susan DeBeer, Anna Gaskell, Zhuamg Huan Inka Essenhigh, Kristin Calabrese, Brad Kahlhamer, Deborah Mesa-Pelly, Lisa Yuskavage
  • Rome,[110] presented by Curtis Taylor & Company and cabaret
  • Destroy All Monsters[111] - curator: Larry Reid; artists: Mike Kelley, Jim Shaw, Cary Loren
  • 20 in 2000 : A CoCA Retrospective[112]
  • Bumbershoot[113]
  • Emotional Rescue[114] - curator: Linda Farris; artists: Cecily Brown, Will Cotton, Karin Davie, Kim Dingle, Sue de Beer, Anna Gaskell, Zhang Huan, Inka Essenhigh, Kritstin Calabrese, Brad Kahlhamer, Deborah Mesa-Pelly, Lisa Yuskavage
  • They Shoot Painters, Don't They?" (8th);[115] artists: Chris Ballew, Drake Deknatel, Shawn Ferris, Geoff Garza, Kevin Hanson, Richard Hutter, Mary Iverson, David Kane, Matthew Landkammer, Lisa Lundgren, Rachel Maxi, Randy McCoy, Marion Peck, Alan Rushing, Mariam Aziza Stephan, Whiting Tennis, David Tupper
  • The New Prometheans International Fire Arts Festival[116] - curator: Astrid Larsen; artists: Pepe Ozan, Kain Karawahn, Lars Barford, Warner and Consorten, Ted Bachelor, John Roloff, Trimpin, David Hall,John Surbert, Bruce Hall, Bill Fitzgibbons
  • Art. Detour Seattle[117]
  • Renegade Design : The Art Of Rave Flyers[118] - curators: Janet Galore, Matt Corwin
  • Warner Blake, Seattle Soup Talks;[119] artist: Warner Blake

2001-2010[edit]

2001[edit]

  • They Shoot Painters, Don't They 9th Annual Painting Marathon and Auction[120] artists: Eric Bashor, Jenny Beedon, Shawn Ferris, Geoff Garza, Peter Gross, C. Blake Haygood, Don Hudgins, Paul Johnson, Steve LaRose, Rachel Maxi, Randy McCoy, Daryl Peveto, Whiting Tennis, Patrice Tullai, David, Tupper, Kevin Willis
  • Northwest Annual- artists: Kinga Czerska
  • INDEXTERITY[121] - curator: Dan Kany; artists: Yauger Yauger, Timothy Ringsmuth (Ms.), Miguel Edwards, Travis Winn, and Deborah Coito (Exhibition announced)[122]

2002[edit]

  • CoCA Northwest Annual (13th)[123] - juror: Linda Farris
  • Blurred[124] - co-curated by John N Bohn & Kai-Uwe Bergmann; artists: ABBP.M (Daniel Ayars, Joseph Bausano, Blaine Brownell Eric Phillip, Craig Matheny), Iole Alessandrini, Michelle Arab, Mike Barrette, Michael Culpepper, Marc Dombrosky, James Harrison, John Jenkins III, Mark Johnson, Lead Pencil Studio (Annie Han, Daniel Mihalyo), r-b-f Architecture (Ziad Shebab, Tristin Pagenkopf, Tim Rohleder, Mark Adams, Kent Greene, Andrew Borges, Julia Egonolf, Eric Baldwin, John Fleming), Alex Schweder, SHED (Prentis Hale, Thomas Schaer, Scott Carr, Damon Smith), Philip Thiel
  • CoCA Octet : Alan Fulle & Kelly Newcomer[125] - artists: Alan Fulle, Kelly Newcomer
  • CoCA Octet : Jeff Fisher & John Feodorov[126] - artists: Jeff Fisher, John Feodorov
  • CoCA Octet : Reilly Jensen & Otto Youngers[127] - artists: Reilly Jensen, Otto Youngers
  • CoCA Octet : Patte Loper & Tatiana Garmendia[128] - artists: Patte Loper, Tatiana Garmendia
  • Little Things Count[129]

2003[edit]

  • Damali Ayo: Flesh-Toned Series #1 Skinned[130] - artist: Damali Ayo
  • Headspace[131] - artist: Shawn Nordfors
  • Amnesia Afterlife[132] - artist: dk pan
  • Cross Roads: New Art From the Northwest[133] - curator: Michael Klein; artists: Sean Albert, Cris Bruch, Lauri Chambers, Claire Cowie, Anna Fidler, Scott Fife, Claudia Fitch, David George, Gaylen Hansen, Casey Keeler, Lisa Liedgren, Beth Lo, Spike Mafford, Alden Mason, Roy McMakin, Jeffry Mitchell, Megan Murphy, Hans Nelsen, Julia Ricketts, Susan Seubert, Robert Yoder, Laura Griffith, Matthew Landkammer
  • Platform: An Exhibition of Art and Technology
  • Iron Rodeo[134] - artists: Allison Gates Siphron, Roger Ralston, Leland Means, Tony Knapp, Cynthia Lahti, Francis Fox, Kendra Grace Brock, Tamsie Ringler, Caprice Pierucci Taniguchi, Marilu Swett, Artelia Court, Kathy A. Budd, Sarah Michelle Clover, Karl Richard Unnasch, Kc Grennan, Scott Fitzel
  • Hedonists Holiday
  • Pilchuck Glass School - artists: Linda Beaumont, Brian Bolden, Cassandria Blackmore, Rafael Cauduro, John De Wit, Susan Taylor Glasgow, Judy Jensen, Fay Jones, Stuart Keeler, Susie Krasnican, Thomas Laureman, Robbie Miller, Jason Mouer, Rie Oishi, Wonjoo Park, Timothy Ringsmuth, Carmen Ruiz-Davila, Elizabeth Sandvig, Jeffrey Sarmiento, Judith Schaechter, Therman Statom, Dragica Susanj, Dick Weiss, Josh Werner, Mark Zirpel
  • Swimulator[135] - artist: Mark Zirpel
  • Nicole Clegg - Recent Paintings on display- artist: Nicole Clegg
  • They Shoot Painters Don't They? (11th)[136] - artists: Erik Andrew, Toshi Asai, Jennifer Beedon, Nicole Clegg, Kinga Czerska, Shawn Ferris, Alan Fulle, Robert Gamblin, KC Grennan, Sean Hurley, Mary Iverson, Dan Kany, Michelle Kelly, David Lasky, Rich Lehl, Patte Loper, Tim Marsden, Randy McCoy, Rachel Maxi, Pike Powers, Heidi Ring, Brian Sendelbach, Patrice Tullai, G.Wortzel
  • Art Detour[137]
  • Northwest Annual (13th)[138] - juried by Esther Luttikhuizen; artists: Brian Coeltzenleuchter, Claire Johnson, D.E. May, Debra Baxter, Elizabeth Mead, Greg Lukens, Greg Owen, Hilary Pfeifer, Hugh Lentz, Joan Stuart Ross, Joe Macca, John L.Ryczek, Junko Iijima, Laure Heinz, Lisa Lockart, Margie Livingston, Melissa Furness, Molly Vidor, Paul Margolis, Pete Goldlust, Peter Mundwiler, Petra Lisieki, Rae Mahaffey, Richard Hutter, Richard Nicol, Saul Becker, Todd McGrain, Victoria Hirt, Yuki Nakamura
  • Blak and Blu Gala Event

2004[edit]

  • neoqueer (Exhibition of the Queer Black Caucus)[139] - curators: David Brown, Maura Reilly, Craig Hou; artists: Ron Athey, Robert Beck, Nayland Blake, Kau…Brooke, Tania Bruguera, Julie Burleigh, Loren Cameron, Tee A. Corinne, E.G. Crichton, Alejandro Diaz, Laurie Toby Edison, Daphne Fitzpatrick, K. Goodburn, John Groo, Barbara Hammer, Harmony Hammond, Lyle Ashton Harris, Karen Heagle, Bruce La Bruce, Glenn Ligon,Karin Luren, Sallie McCorly, Ann P. Meredith, Carrie Moyer, James Nadeau, Alexandra Opie, Uzi Parnes, Mary Patten, Sheila Pepe, Danica Phelps, Ernesto Pujol, Adam Putanan, Robert Repinski, David Addison Small, Mary Ellen Strom, Toxic titties, Carmelita Tropicana, Ela Troyano, Del LaGrace Volcano, John Waters, Patrick Webb, Jonathan Weinberg
  • Art Institute of Chicago Alumni Event
  • Artpack[140] - artists: Debbie Ableson, Francesca Berrini, J.R. Berry, David Bower, Omar Carrasco, Christina Jo Chaney, Deborah Coito, Tim Cross, Torry L Franklin, James Glidewell, Marianne Goldin, Dustin Hollensteiner, Cary Kempers, Karin Kempers, Erin Spruce Leonard, Michael Gipson Leavi.., Louie Mars, Brian J Mura, Sarah Murat, Matthew Parker, Matthew Porter, Chris Rollins, Dylan Sco..., Vera Tchoutchkova-Ranguelova, Alice Wheeler
  • Domicile: A Sense of Place[141] - curators: Jim O'Donnell, Mike Sweney, Don Hudgins, Dino Martini; artists: Raul Cordero, Marc Dombrosky, Harrell Fletcher, Gregory Kucera, Laura Letinsky, Rhonda Weppler, Robert Yoder, Zeng Hao, Flatchestedmama
  • Velocity Art And Design (installation) - curators: Kate Seekings, Garde Rail Gallery; artists: Gregory Blackstock, James "Buddy" Snipes, Ruby c. Williams, Anne Grgich, Terry Turrell
  • 101 ways to Remove a President from Power[142] - curator: Greg Lundgren; artists: Jack Daws, Susan Robb, Dylan Neuwirth and P.A.N, Robert Adams, Ben Beres, Zach Corum, Zac Culler, Jack Daws, Chuck Doug, Jed Dunkerley, Leiv Fagereng, Shannon Freshwater, Patrick Finney, Matthew Fontaine, Tim Foss, Lex Gjurasic, Marianne Goldin, Nicole Grant, Tyler Hanson, Bootsy Holler, Rick Klu, Mascha kronlein, Rich Lehl, Demi Raven, Susan Robb, Stevenson, Steven Stone, John Sutton, Curtis Taylor, Chris Thompson, Meghan Trainor, Matthew Wainwright, Adam Weintraub, Robert Zverina
  • 1st Annual On The Edge Sculpture Invitational (CoCA sponsored event, not CoCA-curated)[143] (sculpture) - artists: Ross Palmer Beecher, Randy Bolander, Mark Calderon, Pino Cherchi, Allen Emhoff, David Haslett, David Jacobson, Steve Jensen, Michael McCullough, Merrilee Moore, Ann Morris, Ulrich Pakker, William Robinson, Mark Stevens, Mark Thompson, Gerard Tsutakawa, Pete Welty, Debbie Young
  • Desmond Mason Art Show[144] - curator: Alison McGuire; artist: Desmond Mason
  • They Shoot Painters, Don't They? (12th)[145] (painting marathon & auction) - artists: Erik Andrew, Toshiko Asai, Jennifer Beedon, Francesca Berrini, Nicole Clegg, Kinga Czerska, Ben Darby, Shawn Ferris, Alan Fulle, Geoff Garza, Peter Gross, Sean Michael Hurley, Mary Iverson, Rich Lehl, Tim Marsden, Rachel Maxi, Randy McCoy, David Lasky, Chauney Peck, Ryan Poll, Heidi Ring, Brian Sendelbach, Whiting Tennis, Patrice Tullai, Brandon Zebold
  • The 14th CoCA NW Annual[146] (contest, exhibition) - juried by Ken Lum; artists: Frank Armstrong, Theresa Bloise, Pat Boas, Valerie Broadar, Aaron M. Brown, Jessica Bushey, Soyeon Cho, Sam Easterson, Satoru Eguchi, Dean Eliasen, Scott Foldesi, Emily Ginsburg, Sean Healy, George Jenne, Doug Keyes, Noah Klersfeld, Liz Laser, Eric LoPresti, Mela M., Lydia Moyer, Eric C. Peterson, Marisa Portolese, Mel Prest, Amy Stein, Ann Stoddard, Laura C. Wright
  • 3rd Annual Members Exhibition
  • Surrealist Ball[147]

2005[edit]

  • People Doing Strange Things with Electricity II[148] - curator: Kate Seekings; artists: Iole Allessandrini, John Bain, William J. Beaty, Doug Bell, Michele Boland, Scott Gasparian, S.Lyn Goeringer, Ronald Lambert, Seth Lewis, Line Up Collective, LoVid, Laura MacCary, Lawrence MacCary, Donald C. Martin, Eric McNeill, OdescO, Christopher O'Dowd, Toby Paddock, Quasi-Cause, Peter Reiquam, Olivia Robinson, Ginny Ruffner,Andrew Sempere, SID Inc, Matt Stiger, Edward Tang, W.Scott Trimble, Ryan Wolfe, Ellen Ziegler
  • Help Wanted: Collaborations in Art[149] (collaborative installations) - curators: Gabe Kean, Jacob McMurray
  • Born Magazine's Spring Issue Launch Party
  • Linescape : A Crypto-Dimensional Exquisite Corpse[150] (multidisciplinary exhibition) - curators: by Laura Corsiglia and Sheri Brown; artists: dk pan, Tim Cross, Stefanie Ashby diRicco, Sheri Brown, Paul Rucker, Bill Horist, Maureen Freehill
  • Yumi Kori : Infinitation[151] (installations) - artist: Yumi Kori
  • Julia Cole Poetry Machine - artist: Julia Cole, Leigh Rosser
  • Harvest Moon: Fabric - artist: Jesse Allison
  • Matthew Klein : context Bends Perception[152] (paintings) - curator: Joe Roberts; artist: Matthew Klein
  • Tivon Rice: Philo's Cave[153] (installation) - artist: Tivon Rice
  • wish/alchemy (site-specific sound installation)[154] - curator: Fionn Meade, Rob Millis; artists: Christine Wallers & Steve Peters, Wish, Miranda Lichtenstein, Rashid Johnson, Kelly Mark, Jilian Mcdonald
  • Wish[155] - curator: Jim O'Donnell; artists: Jonathan Gitelson, Blake Haygood, Rashid Johnson, Miranda Lichtenstein, Kelly Mark, Jillian Mcdonald, Lilly McElroy, Melissa Pauw
  • They Shoot Painters, Don't They? (13th)[156] (Painting Marathon) - artists: Erik andrew, Francesca Berrini, Diem Chau, Timothy Cross, Kinga Czerska, Scott Foldesi, Patricia Hagen, Robert Hardgrave, Mary Iverson, Rachel Maxi, Barry Maxwell, Chauney Peck, Heidi Ring, Travis Stanley, Iosafatu Sua, Susie Wind, Junko Yamamoto
  • Meditating America[157] - juried by Ernesto Pujol; artists: Anna Callahan, alison Crocetta, Timothy Cross, Peter Dobill, Noah Doely, Yasmin Etemedi, Scott Foldesi, Ann Gradwohl, Clare Grill, Felice Grodin, Elizabeth Hickok, Mary Iverson, Heather Joy, Daniel Kariko, Leat Klingman, Kristi Malakoff, Tom Mueske, Ryan Mzorowski, Christina Nguyen Hung, Katrina Rhein, Tivon Rice, David Rios-Ferreira, Ariana Russell, Ben Schatcher, Michael Schall, Michael Scoggins, Barbara Smith, Joseph Stengel- Goetz, Lars van Dooren, Ryan Worsely, Richard Zimmerman, Jennifer Zwick
  • Hugh Lentz: Because We Can[158] (live music, art sale)
  • Seafair Ball

2006[edit]

  • evidence[159] (photographs) - curator: Daniel Kany; artist: Mateo Zapata Zachai
  • Seattle Print Arts Group Exhibition[160] (prints, prints-related works) - artists: members of Seattle Print Arts (SPA)
  • Shard[161] (poetry reading) - curator: David Francis; poets: Heather McHugh, Catherine Wing, Hans Ostrom & William Kupinse; artists: Niko Vassilakis, Joe Keppler, Robert Campbell
  • Residence: Work in Progress[162] (site-specific installation) - artists: Timothy Cross, Stephanie DiRicco
  • Coupling IV: Secret Handshake[163] (auction); artists: Gretchen Bennett & Andy Fallat, Diem Chau & James Ryan, Marc Dombrosky & Elysha Rose Diaz, Blake Haygood & Ross Sawyers, Rebeccah Kardong & Keeara Rhoades, Michelle Kumata & Amy Johnson, Kimi Macinnis & Julia Freeman, Todd Simeone & Michael Simi, Claude Zervas & Ashley Lyon, Ellen Ziegler & Nola Avienne
  • Under the Alley, Over the Clouds: Exploration on Walls[164] (site-specific wall drawing) - artists: Lars Bergquist, Parskid
  • Reflejos: Painted Photographs by Carlos Saura[165] (photographs) - curator: Joseph Roberts; artist: Carlos Saura
  • Robert Kantor: The Hope Series[166] (sculpture, installation) - artist: Robert Kantor
  • Mike Berg: Run My Hand Around The Font[167] (sculptures) - artist: Mike Berg
  • Christian French: Buried Treasures[168] - artist: Christian French
  • They Shoot Painters, Don't They? (14th)[169] (painting marathon) - artists: Francesca Berrini, Andree Carter, Chris Crites, Timothy Cross, Kinga Czerska, Carole d'Inverno, Warren Dykeman, Miguel Edward, Scott Foldesi, Patricia Hagen, Robert ' Farmer Bob' Hardgrave, Lane Hill, Virginia Howlett, Sean Hurley, Kat Larsen, Emily Leonard, Rachel Maxi, Kristen Ramirez, Whiting Tennis, Chad Wentzel, Junko Yamamoto
  • Small but Mighty Wandering Pearl[170] (installation) - Mandy Greer
  • Tomiko Jones: What Could it Mean to Say Yes?[171] (photographs) - artist: Tomiko Jones
  • 2006 CoCA Northwest Annual[172] (contest) - jury: Jennifer Gately
  • Black & Blue Ball[173]

2007[edit]

  • Judith Kindler: Consuming Youth[174] (mixed-media painting, sculpture, installation, photography) - curators: Daniel Kany, Robyn Roehm Cannon; artist: Judith Kindler
  • Native Tongue[175] - artist: Laura Castellanos
  • Polyptychs[176] - curator: Joseph Roberts; artists: Mel Davis, Juan Carlos Castellanos, Nate Galpin, Tom Gehrig, Roberto Huarcaya, Christina Nguyen Hung, Tomek Lamprecht, Joan Stuart-Ross, Marc Lindsay, Kathleen Rabel, Jil Weinstock
  • Darbury Stenderu: Reconstructed - artist: Darbury Stenderu
  • The 26th Seafair Ball Invitational;[177] curator: Rachelle Taylor; artists: Chris Buening, Cathy Woo, Richard Hutter, Richard Kehl, Marta Dingus, Juan Alonso, Alan Fulle, Juan Carlos Castellanos, Laura Castellanos
  • Holly Senn: Textural[178] (site-specific installation, textural) - artist: Holly Senn
  • Inquiry As Collection: Wonder Cabinets, Collage, Assemblage[179] - artists: Seb Barnett, David Francis, Mary Ann Henderson, I-pei Lin, Clare Livingston, Julie Ann Olsen, Jodi Reid, Thomas Robey, John Schuh, Nan Wonderly
  • Necromorph: A Halloween Group Show[180] - artists: Margot Quan Knight, Darin Shuler, Roger Wheeler, Katharine Houpt, Andrea Rogalski, Jeff Hengst, Ben Hirschkoff, Kamala Dolphin Kingsley
  • 15th Annual Painting Marathon and Auction[181] (painting marathon, auction)
  • Conversations[182] - artist: Joan Engelmeyer
  • Mischief - artist: Brynda Glazier[183]
  • Asa Nisi Masa[184] (live music show) - music by John de Giacomo

2008[edit]

  • Time Elastic[185] - artist: Darin Shuler
  • Tales from the Shore - curator: Ray C. Freeman III; artist: David Chula Tupper
  • Ronald Hall- Three Paintings[186] - curator: Matthew Kangas; artist: Roland Hall
  • Black History Month: Faces[187] - curator: Matthew Kangas; artists: R.M. Ballinger, Weldon Butler, Richard Ewan, Ronald Hall, Jacob Lawrence, Edward Lebell, Christian Staub, Kim Steele, Douglas Tucker, J.D.Wardleworth, Reginald Wickham
  • Print Zero Studios: Best of Print Exchange[188]
  • House, Tree, Sun, Yard, Etc.[189] - artists: Claudia Fitch, Jeffrey Mitchell, John Taylor, Jamie Walker, Akio Takamori, Claire Cowie, Jodi Rockwell
  • Kehl at CoCA[190] - artist: Richard Kehl
  • Vessel Aesthetic[191] - curator: Ray C. Freeman III; artist: Brian O'Neill
  • Food on the Table and a Roof over Head - curator: David Chula Tupper; artists: P.A. Stephens, Collin Delgado, Jeff Cornell, Eric Marts
  • Painting Marathon and Auction
  • Carbon Rings[192] - curator: Ray C. Freeman III; artist: Scott Ezell
  • Spectacle of Improbable Creatures[193] - curator: Ray C. Freeman III; artist: Robin Oliver
  • Wounds[194] - curator: Ray C. Freeman III; artist: Paul Tonnes
  • "Around the Edges"[195] (photography) - curator: Peter Frank; artist: Steven Poster
  • Hybrid: CoCA Annual[196] - curator: Riko Nakasone; artists: Eric Franklin, Kim McKenna, Holly A. Senn, Lisa Jacoby, Jenevive Tatiana, Liz Haley, Barry Maxwell, Anna Plesset, Sarah Ohman, Counsel Langley, BK Tran, Madeline Courtney

2009[edit]

  • Marc Lindsay: New Work[197] (installation, drawings, various techniques) - curator: Ray Freeman III; artist: Marc Lindsay
  • Tyler Kohlhoff: All Along the Western Front[197] (photographs) - curator: Lauren Collins; artist: Tyler Kohlhoff
  • Black History Month: Visions of Negritude[197] (painting) - curator: Matthew Kangas; artists: Richard Ewan, Ronald Hall, Annie Tolliver, James Buddy Snipes
  • Jules Frazier: Western Landscapes[197] (photography) - curator: Joseph C. Roberts; Jules Frazier
  • TAKAKO: Sarah T. Skinner[197] (photography) - curator: Joseph C. Roberts; artist: Sarah T. Skinner
  • Tracy Boyd: Seattle Sketches[198] (painting) - curator: Joseph C. Roberts; artist: Tracy Boyd
  • Kyle Cook: New Work[197] (painting) - curator: Derin Smith; artist: Kyle Cook
  • Yellow[197] (installation) - curator: Derin Smith; artist: Mike Naylor
  • Heaven and Earth (outdoor sculpture exhibition)[199] - curator: David Francis; artists: Meredith Hall, Vaughn Bell, Barbara De Pirro,Kristin L. Tollefson, Miguel Edwards, Stephen Rock/ Rock Brothers, Peppé, Gerry Stecca, Aaron Haba, Sylwia Tur, Julie Lindell, Todd Lawson
  • MOMOKO Sudo: Subjective Truth - What You See Is What It Is[200] (hand paintings, drawings) - artist: Momoko Sudo
  • 2009 East | West Emerging Artist Exchange[201] - curators: Joseph C. Roberts, Christina Connett; artists: Seb Barnett, Alicia Basinger, Heather Bierman, Gwen Oulman Brennan, Angielena Chamberlain, Bo Choi, Esteban del Valle, Nicholas C. Dertien, Brit Bele Exworthy, Haley Farthing, Robert Michael Gardner, Gigi Gatewood, Timothy Kadish, Yong Joo Kim, Tyler Kohlhoff, Caleb Larsen, Bret Lyon, Rosalind Murray, Noel O'Connell, Maurie Polak, Gabriela Salazar, Nora Salzman, Arun Sharma, Ian Toms, Tobias Walther, Laura Ward, Isaac Wingfield
  • Across the Divide: Contemporary Art From the Scablands and Beyond[202] - curators: David Francis, Jodie Nelson; artists: Michelle Acuf, Kevin Bell, Pedro de Valdivia, Michelle Forsyth, Kevin Hass, Ryan Hardesty, Chris Ireland, Yoko Ishii, Nicklous Meisel,Megan Murphy, Joseph Peila, Reza Safavi, Selene Santucci, Mark Scherer, Richard Schindler, Barbee Teasley, Steve Ward
  • Haris Purnomo: Visual Poetry[203] - curator: Joseph C. Roberts; artist: Haris Purnomo
  • 2009 Northwest Annual[204] - juror: Jess Van Nostrand; artists: Robyn Base, Nelson Bradley, Anne - Marie Cosgrove, Derek Cote, Thea Augustine Eck, Sally Finch, Valerie George, Kim Hennessey, Klaus Knoll and Cella, Zane Lancaster, Nate Larson and Marini Schindelman, Mario Marzan, Leigh Merrill, Patrick Moser, Yvonne Petkus
  • 17th Annual Art Marathon and Auction[205] - artists: Zak Alexander, Seb Barnett, Pedro de Valdivia, David Francis, Geoffrey Garza, Emily Gherard, Aaron Haba, Thomas Hurley III, Jill Levine, Mark Lindsay, Lorna Nakell, Piper O'Neill,Derin Smith, Adam L. Spencer,Craig van den Bosch, Waldo Vega, Irene Wood, Wesley Wozniak

2010[edit]

  • Paul D. McKee: Excerpts from Trophies of the American Home[206] - curator: Joseph C. Roberts; artist: Paul D. McKee
  • Kate Vrijmoet: Essential Gestures[207] - curator: Joseph C. Roberts; artist: Kate Vrijmoet
  • Resident Alien[208] (group exhibition) - artists: Timea Tihanyi (Hungary), Sylwia Tur (Poland), Ingrid Lahti (Finland), Iole Alessandrini (Italy), Anette Lusher (Germany), Evren Artiran (Turkey), Tobias Walther (Germany), Paula Stokes (Ireland), Hanita Schwartz (Israel) and Simon Kogan (Russia)
  • becOMing: a love story[209] - artist: Gideon Kramer
  • Across the Divide 2[210] - project director : David Francis; artists: Lucy Capenhart, Pamela Caughey, Michael Flynn, Sarahjess Hurt, Will Hitchinson, Lisa Jarrett, Steph Johansen, Anna Lemnitzer, Suzanne Lussier, Yaro Neils, Randi O'Brien, Cathryn Sugg, Nathan Tonning, Rebecca Weed
  • Pola Brändle: Plakatief[211] - curator: Joseph C. Roberts; artist: Pola Brändle
  • I RAN home (In America)[212] - artists: Taravat Telepasand, Arien Valizadeh, Eric Robert Parnes, Hadieh Shafie
  • Heaven & Earth II[213] - curator: David Francis; artists: Ingrid Lahti, Piper O'Neil, Eden Rivers, Barbara de Pirro, Big Camera Group, Ken Turner, Miguel Edwards, John Henry Wooten IV, Anette Lusher, Sylwia Tur, Julie Fisco, Julie Lindell, Brad Willner, ticktock
  • Leah Schrager: PRETTY WHATEVER[214] - curator: Joseph C. Roberts; artist: Leah Schrager
  • Overgrowth & Understory[215] - curator: David Francis; artists: Deby Harvey, Catherine Thompson, Bob Prowda, David Kitts, David Francis, Magdalena Hill, Kristine Eudey, Aaron Haba,Shirley Wiebe, Shannon Durbin, Barbara De Pirro, Miguel Edwards, meadow starts with p, Anette Lusher, Ray C. Freeman III, Suzanne Tidwell, Sarah Savidge
  • Maria Frank Abrams: Four Paintings - curator: Matthew Kangas; artist: Maria Frank Abrams[216]
  • Altered Photo[217] (exhibition and panel discussion) - Joseph C. Roberts; artists: Sarah Givaty, Matthew Klein, Edward McHugh, John Schuh, Ray Schutte, Alexander Vieth, Rebecca Woodward
  • Works on Paper[218] - curator: Joseph C. Roberts; artists: Wanda Pelayo, Shanti Geise, Frank Benson, Timothy Cross, Harold Cox, Lola Dale, Kristen Francis, Pamela Keeley, Claudia Fitch, Patricia Hagen, Dick Matthies, Kathleen Rabel, Jacques Roch, Lisa Sheets, Gary Wartzel
  • Bombs and Spears[219] - Creator: Derin Smith
  • Outsider/Insider[220] - Curator: David Francis; Julie Lindell, Ingrid Lahti, Barbara De Pirro, Big Camera Group, Ken Turner, Miguel Edwards, John Henry Wooten IV, Sylwia Tur, Julie Fisco, Brad Willner, David Kitts, David Francis, Aaron Haba, Shirley Weibe, meadow starts with p, Suzanne Tidwell, Anette Lusher
  • 2010 Annual: Memory Upgrade[221] - juror: Juan Alonso; artists: Tereza Swanda, Laura Castellanos, Alma Leiva, Patti Shaw, Jillian Vento, Minh Carrico, David French, Douglas Gast, Sarah Gilbert, Harold Hollingsworth, Phillip Hua, Nia Michaels, Nate Orton, Scott Schuldt, Garric Simonsen, Kate Sweeney
  • 18th Annual Art Marathon and Auction[222] - artists: Tracy Boyd, Anthony Callaway, Reino Carlson, Joan Engelmeyer, David Francis, Geoffrey Garza, Aaron Haba, Todd Horton, Clare Johnson, Anette Lusher, Kelly Lyles, Holly Ballard Martz, John Osgood, John Reese, Nathan Reese, Michael Shephard, Anne Simernitski, Carol Skvorak, Sonya Stockton, Momoko Sudo, Suzanne Tidwell, BK Tran, David "Chula" Tupper, Craig van den Bosch, Vick Vercauteren, Kate Vrijmoet, Wesley Wozniak, Seb Barnett, Daniel Lorentz, Shedhe Labrang
  • Resident Alien[208] - curator: David Francis; artists: Timea Tihanyi, Sylwia Tur, Ingrid Lahti, Iole Alessandrini, Anette Lusher, Evren Artiran, Tobias Walther, Hanita Schwartz, Paula Stokes, Simon Kogan

2011-2017[edit]

2011[edit]

  • Chae Tongyull: Unveiled[223] - curator: Joseph Roberts; artist: Chae Tongyull
  • cycle series :: seven sauer :: 2010-2011[224] - artist: seven sauer
  • DIDiva and The Mirror Looks[225] - artist: Lynn Schirmer
  • New Work: Juan Carlos Castellanos[226] - artist: Juan Carlos Castellanos
  • Hypnosis"[227] - artist: Jim Neidhardt
  • Bret Lyon: Second Nature II[228] - artist: Bret Lyon
  • Poncharee: Thai with an American Mind[229] - artist: Kounpungchart
  • Betsy Barnum: Digging[230] - artist: Betsy Barnum
  • Across the Divide 3: 6 artists from the "Dry Side"[231] - artists: Joe Peila (Royal City), Lenora Jesus Lopez Schindler (Spokane), Richard Schindler (Spokane), Romey Stuckart (Sandpoint Idaho), Evelyn Sooter (Clark Fork Idaho), Ellen Picken (Republic)
  • Limb from Limb: The Arboreal Art of Peppé[232] - artist: Peppé
  • Haris Purnomo: VISITATION[233] - organizers: Thomas Lamprecht, Joseph C. Roberts; artist: Haris Purnomo
  • Fierce and Delicate: The Brief History of a Painting[234] - artist: Ford Crull
  • (Un)Sanctioned[235] - artists: 179, Carlos Aguilar & KSera, Zachary Bohnenkamp, CASH, Duffy, Jesse Edwards, Hera, David Joel, Jesse Link, John Osgood, Parskid and Sneke
  • The Use of Everything: Contemporary drawings from Guayaquil[236] - organizers: Joseph C. Roberts, David Pérez-MacCollum; artists: Antonio Arrobo Velez, Eduardo Velez Arauz, Fernando Falconi, Graciela Guerrero Weisson, Jaime Nunez del Arco (MoNo), Jose Hidalgo Anastacio, Juana Cordova, Maria Gabriela Cherrez Vela, Ricardo Andres Coello Gilbert, Roberto Noboa, Saidel Brito Lorenzo, Stefano Rubira
  • Heaven and Earth III: Cycles of Return[237] (Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition) - curator: David Francis; artists: Anette Lusher, Thendara Kida Gee, Chris Papa, Barbara de Pirro, Gabriel Brown, Aaron Haba, April Lelia, Brian Gerich, Miguel Edwards, Hand Fiber Consortium, Reginald Brook, Stephen Rock, Zucker, Turner, Jacobson, Peppe, Julie Lindell, Matt Babcock, Eden Rivers, Teresa Burrelsman, Dan Smith, Sylwia Tur, David Francis
  • Derin Smith: Treehouses and other Abstractions of Nature[238] - artist: Derin Smith
  • Kirsten Francis: Reductive Woodblock Prints[239] - artist: Kirsten Francis
  • The Art of the Marathon Artists[240]
  • Stephen Rock: Exaggeration of Data[241] - artist: Stephen Rock
  • 2011 CoCA Annual[242] - juried by: Gary Hill; artists: Sara Overton, New York City; Julia Oldham, Eugene; Sean Johnson, Seattle; Christopher Steadman, Berlin; George Drivas, Athens; Cheryl Yun, Wilton (CT), Erin Endicott, Port Republic (NJ), Bjoern Drenkwitz, Frankfurt; Jérémie Baldocchi, Le Bourget (FR); Conny Blom, Landskrona (Sweden); Ida Rödén; Inguna Gremzde, Ogre (Latvia), Sabe Lewellyn, Seattle; Alyson Ogasian, Culver City (CA); Bean Gilsdorf, San Francisco; Barna Kantor, Austin (TX)

2012[edit]

  • They've Released the INTRUDER[243] - artists: Nikki Burch, Max Clotfelter, Aidan Fitzgerald, Billis Helg, Ben Horak, Alexa Kristine Koenings, Jason T. Miles, Tim Miller, Marc J Palm, Tony Ong, Tom Van Deusen
  • Penumbra: Miguel Edwards[244] - artist: Miguel Edwards
  • JORDAN-MARRS: REFLECTIONS[245] (Resin, Drawings and Paintings) - artists: Bob Jordan, Mariko Marrs
  • Carrie Bodle: Wavelines (Video and Sound Installation) Curator: David Francis[246] - Carrie Bodle
  • Investigations in Composition, Collage, and Construction[247] - artists: David Francis, John Brodie
  • Laurel Kam: Visual Cues[248] - artist: Laurel Kam
  • Organic Painting[249] - artists: Dick Matthies, James Weed
  • Across the Divide IV: The New Boondocks[250] - curators: David Francis, Kevin Bell; artists (Montana): Brad Allen, Nicole Pietrantoni, Matt Hamon, Edgar Smith, Kevin Bell; artists (West Side): Natalie Niblack, Janet Fagen, Gary Berg, Rodrigo Valenzuela, Lily Martina Lee, Zack Bent, Aaron Haba, Libby Gerber
  • Show Us Yours[251] - artists: June Olson, Dave Francis, Tristen Wuori, Jennifer Loomis, Reginald Brooks, Sarah Lavin, Dayton Knipher, Momoko Sudo, John Smither, Ray Schutte, Dara Solliday, Babs Fulton, Anne Marie McNamara, Mark Lubich, Anna Macrae, Kathy Liao, Karen Hackenberg, Seiko Purdue, Terra Holcomb, Suzanne Tidwell, Joseph Lavely, Aaron Haba, Philip Donahue, Nichole DeMent, Laurie Fronek, Vance Balter, Sara Everett, Fox Spears, Brenda L. Scallon, Roy Powell, Peppé, Ray C. Freeman III
  • You Will Get Through: An Installation by Jeff Gerber[252] - artist: Jeff Gerber
  • Alive, Dead: 28 artists' interpretations[253] - curator: Lucy Mae Martin; artists; Kathleen Faulkner, Todd Horton, Charles Krafft, Kris Ekstrand Molesworth, Allen Moe, Theodora Jonsson, Patty Detzer, David Cassera, Joel Brock, James Reisen, Katherine Woelke, Paul Foertsch, Jack Gunter, Sarah Detzer, Kelly Fleek, Eve McCauley, Andrew Vallee, Elias Hansen, Tracy Powell, Mike Phifer, Lindsay Kohles, David Blakesley, David C. Kane, Jessica Lynn Bonin, Thomas Wood, Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen, Mark Kemble, Michael Wirth
  • Rootbound: Heaven and Earth IV[254] - curator: David Francis; artists: Seattle: Julie Lindell, Joe Reno, Miguel Edwards, Viewlands Group, Peppé, Brenda Scallon, Alan Fulle, Suze Woolf, Cameron Mason and Lara McIntosh, Josho Somine, Rebecca Maxim, Gary Golightly, The Unearth Collective; Bellevue and Sammamish: Fox Spears, Suzanne Tidwell; California: Judy Shintani; Oregon:Lee Imonen; Vancouver BC: Tiki Mulvihill
  • Harvest Moon[255] - artists: Jody Joldersma, Flynn Bickley, Aidan Fitzgerald
  • #TRACKSTARS empty ritual[256]
  • Kunstkammer PDX (Willamette Cultural Resources Associates, Portland) In My Backyard: A lab residency by Garrick Imatani[257] - artist: Garrick Imatani
  • 2012 CoCA Annual[258] - juried by: MK Guth; artists: Eric Souther, South Bend, IN; Kahori Kamiya, Jersey City, NJ; Eugenia Pardue, Portland, OR; Jane Schiffhauer, Portland, OR; Sean Healy, Portland, OR; Cecy Colichon, Portland, OR; TJ Norris, Portland, OR; Marc Leone, Cincinnati, OH; Erin Dengerink, Vancouver, WA; Chris Shofner, Stevens Point, WI; Aaliyah Gupta, Seattle, WA; Ben Buswell, Portland, OR; Tracey Cockrell, Portland, OR; Janet Lucroy, San Rafael, CA; Kathryn Cellerini Moore, Salem, OR; Takahiro Yamamoto, Portland, OR; Ralph Pugay, Portland, OR; Isabella Leary, Seattle, WA; Anne Baumgartner, Los Angeles, CA; Nicole Penoncello, Portland, OR; Ingrid Lahti, Mercer Island, WA; Justin Mata, Seattle, WA; Lydia Rosenberg, Portland, OR; Patrick Driscoll, Portland, OR; Wei Hsueh, Portland, OR; Brandon Aleson, Seattle, WA; Victoria Reynolds, Portland, OR; Joseph Keehn II, Kansas City, MO; Jodie Cavalier, Portland, OR; Wendy Given, Portland, OR; Heather Watkins, Portland, OR; Molly Dillworth, New York, NY

2013[edit]

  • Ben Buswell: Projector[259] - artist: Ben Buswell
  • The New Neo-Naturalists[260] - artists: David Eisenhour, Lisa Gilley, Sean Yearian
  • Jave Yoshimoto: Whose Fault[261] - organizer: Joseph Roberts; artist: Jave Yoshimoto
  • Elias Hansen: I'm not sure I'll be home in time[262] - artist: Elias Hansen
  • WHITEWASHED: Joseph Gregory Rossano[263] (multi-media exhibition) - curator: David Francis; artist: Joseph Gregory Rossano
  • Mike Dondanville: Paintings From The Maw[264] - artist: Michael Dondanville
  • Lyle Carbajal: Watching the Snakes Volute[265] - artist: Lyle Carbajal
  • Kunstkammer PDX (Willamette Cultural Resources Associates, Portland OR) Erin Fussell: Dance in the Face of Various Deaths[266] - artist: Erin Fussell
  • Etsuko Ichikawa: Glass Pyrograph on Beach[267] (glass performance) - artist: Etsuko Ichikawa
  • Acclimatized: Heaven & Earth V (Temporary Outdoor Art Exhibition at Carkeek Park)[268] - artists: Andrew Alba (Portland, OR), Susan Arthur (Bainbridge Island), Dave Francis (Seattle), Alan Fulle (Seattle), Elizabeth Gahan (Seattle), Aaron Haba (Camano Island), Thendara Kida-Gee (Seattle), Ingrid Lahti (Mercer Island), Light Table Design Collective (Riisa Conklin, Carrie Barnes; Seattle), Fred Lisaius (Newcastle), Lucy Mae Martin (Conway), Philip McGaughy (Oakland), Richard Metz (Erdenheim PA), Suzanne Tidwell (Sammamish)
  • CoCA Collision: Past, Present, & Future (Members Show)[269] - curators: Shawn Ferris, Joseph Roberts, Chris Crites
  • Art Jones: You Won't See Me[266] - artist: Art Jones
  • Kathy Kissik: Reconstructed Moments"[266] - curator: Joseph Roberts; artist: Kathy Kissik
  • Jean Albus: Ineffable[270] - curator: Joseph C. Roberts; artist: Jean Albus
  • Art. A. Fact: CoCA Member Salon"[271] - curator: Brenda Scallon; artists: Jean Albus, Robroy Chalmers, E. Grace Dager, Aaron Filion, Anne Marie Grgich, Phil McGaughy, Jennifer McNeely, Patri O'Conner, Kate Protage, Chris Sheridan, Kate Vrijmoet
  • Ceci N'est Pas Une Pipe[272] - juried by: David Francis, Hillary Ryan, Traci Kelly, Reo Hornibrook; artists: (Arizona) Bandhu Dunham, Ninja Hamm; (British Columbia) Patrick Stratis; (California) Bob (Cheese) Gutierrez, Ryan (Ryno) O’Keefe, Nathan (JAG) Purcell; (Colorado) Alex Ubatuba; (Florida) Robert Mickelsen; (Idaho) Bryan Dosher; (Oregon) Chris Carlson, Tim (Ease) Carruthers, Ryan (Buck) Harris, Jay (Bird Dogg) Harrower, Darby Holm, Rob Morrison, Tara Roberts, Lacey St. George; (Pennsylvania) Daniel Coyle, Matt Eskuche, Jeremy Grant-Levine, Zach Puchowitz, M. Slinger; (Washington) Nathan Aweida, il, Kevin (Quave) McCulley

2014[edit]

  • Nightmare Inductions[273] (interactive installations) - curator: Lynn Schirmer; artists: "Noxious Sector Arts Collective"; Jackson 2bears, Ted Hiebert, Doug Jarvis
  • CoCA Lab: Adam Sekuler[274] - artist: Adam Sekuler
  • CoCa Lab: Plex-Us- produced by: La Sala; artists: Michelle de la Vega, Jovino Santos Neto
  • 2014 Annual Juried Exhibition- PostGlamism: Glam Art in the 21st Century[275] - Juried by: Mike Sweney; artists: Karen Clark, Dixie Darling, Christian French, Jeff Gerber, Troy Gua, Vin Hill, Virginia Jenkins, Lauren Kalman, Rebecca Maxim, Lindsay McCoy, Dylan Neuwirth, Hadley Northrop, Matthew D. Rowe, Glenn Tramantano, Ray C. Freeman III
  • [276]Heaven & Earth VI: As Above, So Below - curator: Thendara M. Kida-Gee; artists: Teresa Burrelsman-Stern, Mary Coss, Elisa Berry Fonseca, Joshua Harker, Michael Todd Harrison, Terra Holcomb, Tom Hughes, Fred Lisaius, Savina Mason, Lucy Mae Martin, Deanna Pindell, Kristin Schimik, Megan Treasure, Susanne Tidwell, Ken Turner, Allyce Wood
  • CoCA Lab Artist in Residence: Building Bridges[277] - artist: Celeste Cooning
  • Who Are You? 2014 CoCA Members' Show[278]- curator: Joseph C. Roberts; artists: Judy Allen, Chris Anderson, Anonymous Artist, Kree Arvanitas, Daya Bonnie Astor, Jessie Baldwin, Laif Bannon, Michelle Bear, Jeremy Beliveau, Tyson Benard, Randal Bennett, Matthew Boulay, Daniel Boyer, Reginald Brooks, Tabitha Brown, Trina Carlson, Melissa Carter, Peter Ceccarelli, Jennifer Chin, Susan Christian, Sandra Collins, Brittney Connelly, Mary Coss, Grace Ann Cummings, Jessica Damsky, Philip Donahue, Dana Doran, Leslie Ebert, Chloë Feldman Emison, Janavi Folmsbee, Shawn Foote, Eliza Furmansky, Susan Gans, Randi Ganulin, Galen Garwood, Bill Gaylord, Beatrice Geller, Vanessa Godden, Ted Grudowski, Nate Herth, Peter Hiers, Emma High, Ellen Hochberg, Patrick Howe, John Hunter, Stephen Hunter, il, ben Ireland, Jody Joldersma, Jeanette Jones, David Julian, Michele Jurist, Lita Kenyon, Thendara Kida-Gee, George Kimball, Deborah Knetzger, Dayton Knipher, Melissa Koch, Kalindi Kunis, Mark Lubich, L. Kelly Lyles, Anna Macrae, Amirra Malak, Katie Maloney, Pamela Markman, Gabriel Marquez, Lucy Mae Martin, Holly Martz, Akiko Masker, Savina Mason, Emily McLaughlin, Anne Marie McNamara, Naoko Morisawa, Christopher Morrison, Joy Munt, Debbi Murray, Hanna Myers, Erika Norris, Patri O'Connor, June Olson, Jean Louise Paquin Allen, Trude Parkinson, Wanda Pelayo, Peppé, Rosie Peterson, Carol Pettersen, Trung Pham, Alain Poussot, Sophie Pritchard, Lynne Rigby, Stephen Rock, Brenda Scallon, Garreth Schuh, Ray Schutte, j shagam, Kathleen Shannon, Patrick Slattery, Jeffrey Smith, Kristie Smith, Morgan Sobel, Dara Solliday, Phil Stoiber, Mimi Sturman, Brett Sutton, Craig Svare, Megan Treasure, Danielle Villegas, Judy Williams, Kathleen Woodward, Suze Woolf, Cynthia Yatchman, Paul Young, Alan Zalkin, John Zimmerman

2015[edit]

  • CoCA at Rubix Featuring Bo Choi[279] - artist: Bo Choi
  • CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Program Featuring Ezra Dickinson[280] - artist: Ezra Dickinson
  • CoCA at Rubix[281] - artist: June Sekiguchi
  • Enigma: CoCA's 23rd annual 24 Hour Art Marathon and Auction[282]artists: Flynn Bickley, Larry Calkins, Anne Marie Grgich, Aramis Hamer, Gabriel Marquez, Holly Ballard Martz, Chris Sheridan
  • CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Program Presenting multi-media artist Cait Willis[283] - artist: Cait Willis
  • CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Program Featuring Nat Evans[284] - artist: Nat Evans
  • Change-Seed (改變種子): Contemporary Art from Hong Kong & Beyond[285] - curator: David Francis; featured artist: Dr. Phoebe Ching Ying Man artists: Occupy Art Group, Phoebe Man (Venice Biennale), Sunny Wang, Carol Lee Mei Kuen, Anita Yau, Wai Yim Wong, Samson Young, Laurent Segretier, and others.
  • The More Things Change[286] - curator: Lynn Schirmer; artists: Ben Sarao, Keeara Rhoades, Spar Wilson, Priscilla Dobler, Alexander Keyes, Robert Tucker, J. Shagam

2016[edit]

  • Christine Babic: When She Dies, You Too Will Die[287] - artist: Christine Babic
  • Considering the Voluntary Absence of God Featuring Robert E. Marx - artist: Robert E. Marx[288]
  • CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Program Featuring Christine Babic - artist: Christine Babic[289]
  • CoCA New Wave Ball & Auction: CoCA's 24th Annual 24-hour Art Marathon & Auction[290] - artists: 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, Junko Yamamoto
  • Select 2016 Marathon Artists: Going The Distance[291] - artists: Zeynep Banu Alev, Aaron Haba, Sarah Takako-Skinner, Robin Walker, Leslie West, Daniel John Williams, Junko Yamamoto, etc.
  • Insert Pithy Title Here: 35 Years of CoCA (COCA COMES HOME TO PIONEER SQUARE)[292]
  • CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Program Featuring Suzanne Morlock[293] - artist: Suzanne Morlock
  • What You See is What You Sweat[294] - curators: C. Davida Ingram (artist/writer/curator/educator), Chieko Philips (curator/historian/exhibition designer), Christopher Shaw (artist/designer), Leilani Lewis (curator/producer) and Zorn B. Taylor (artist/educator/futurist); artists: Alex Anderson, C. Davida Ingram, Chris Head, Darius X, Edxie Betts, Jeffrey Veregge, Juventino Aranda, Mark Mitchell, Micha Cárdenas, Nicholas Galanin, Patrisse Cullors, Paul Rucker, Romson Bustillo, Satpreet Kahlon, Viradeth Xay-Ananh, Zorn B. Taylor
  • CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Program Featuring Jessie Smith with Marion Walker[295] - artists: Jessie Marion Smith, Kyle Walker Akins
  • CoCA at the Seattle Art Fair: August 4–7, 2016[296]
  • American Power[297] - artists: Paul Rucker, Tracy Boyd, Chris Crites, Rebecca Cummins, Troy Gua
  • CoCA UN[contained]: Michelle de la Vega, Featuring the kinetic sculpture FROM ONE TO ANOTHER[298] - artist: Michelle de la Vega
  • CoCA & Columbia Winery Celebrate Northwest Artists[299] - artists: Terese Cuff, Hallie Harris, Alan Rose, CASH, Anna Macrae, John Zimmerman, Melissa Koch, Vikram Madan
  • Symptomatic[300] - curator: Nicole DeMent; artists: Cynthia Lahti, Harriet Sanderson
  • CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Program Featuring Carl Lawrence[301] - artist: Carl Lawrence
  • JuárezX: Dragged Across Borders[302] - curators: Joseph C. Roberts, Peter Bill; artists: Yorch Otte, Gabriela Hernandez, Mario Romero, Pulsoans Ans, Melo Nonsense, Peter Bill, Héctor Domínguez Ruvalcaba, Sarita Corderito
  • CoCA Pop-Up (AR)t[303] - artists: Casey Scalf, Miguel Edwards, Alan Fulle, Jeff Mihalyo, Ray C. Freeman III, Stephen Rock, BK Tran, j shagam, Xavier Lopez, Jr., Karen Hackenberg, L. Kelly Lyles, Reilly Donovan; California artists Amiko Matsuo, Megan Geckler, Corey Dunlap, and Bradley Tsalyuk; Joseph Reyes from Seoul, Korea; Nina McGowan from Dublin, Ireland
  • 35 Live: CoCA Members' Show[304] - artists: Juli Adams, Kree Arvanitas, Wyly Astley, Theresa Batty, Gary Beeber, Jeffrey Bishop, Sandi Bransford, Po Fung Chan, Chris Crites, Sue Danielson, Nichole DeMent, Jessica Dodge, Braden Duncan, Michael Dupille, Sara Everett, Ira Feenstra, David Francis, Ray C. Freeman III, Babs Fulton,[305] Susan Gans, Leah Gerrard, Malayka Gormally,[306] Robin Green, Zack Greenblatt, Anne Marie Grgich, Karen Hackenberg, Jessica Hagy, Tessa Heck,[307] Royce Allen Hobbs, Ellen Hochberg, jody joldersma, Claire B Jones, Gorden Kegya, Cheri Kopp, Kalindi Kunis, Leonardo Lanzolla, Tobias Layman, Che Lopez, Terrell Lozada, Jennifer Lugris, L. Kelly Lyles, Anna Macrae,[308] Vikram Madan, Danny Mansmith,[309] Gabriel Marquez, Holly Ballard Martz, Fiona McGuigan, Emily McLaughlin, Amy Mintonye, Naoko Morisawa, Robin Oliver, Wanda Pelayo, Summer Polonsky, Polly Purvis, Cheryl A. Richey, Stephen Rock, Harriet Sanderson, Karin Schminke, Kellie Shepherd Moeller, Chris Sheridan, Talia Silveri Wright, Jason Tannen, Robin Walker, Honghong Wang, Pat Wickline, Kayleigh Wold, Rebecca Woodhouse, Suze Woolf, Anita Yau
  • CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Program Featuring ilvs strauss. The Book of Teal[310] - artist: ilvs strauss
  • CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Program Featuring Aaron Asis[311] - artist: Aaron Asis
  • Bling it On! Contemporary wearable art & jewelry[312] - artists (jewelry): Kyle Rees, Catherine Grisez, Pariscope Studios, Hardwearables, Dixie Darling, Brandon Perhacs; artists (wearable art): Bo Choi, Rebecca Maxim, Bill Gaylord, Liz Tran
  • CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Program Featuring Trina Cooper. Breathing Machine.[313] - artist: Trina Cooper
  • CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Program Featuring Wyly Astley. Feronia Fox Gets a Room of Her Own[314] - artist: Wyly Astley
  • CoCA Pops Presents Jeremy Gregory's The Dirty Circus of Life at Columbia City Gallery[315] - artist: Jeremy Gregory

2017[edit]

  • Make America Create Again: CoCA 2017 Members' Show[316] Some of the Artists: Christy Bailey, Nicole Kaul, Ray C. Freeman, Kalindi Kunis, John Osgood, Sara Everett, Ali Holmes, Curtis Ashby, Juli Adams, Kyle Rees, Holly Ballard Martz, Nan Wonderly, Gabriel Marque, Braden Duncan
  • CoCA Lab: Britta Johnson[317]
  • Visual Art from the Women's March on Washington[318]
  • CoCA Lab: Kin·der·gar·ten of Light[319]
  • Laura Rodriguez[320]
  • CoCA Lab: NKO & Fogland Studio[321]
  • The Constant[322]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

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