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Image courtesy of NKO & Fogland Studios, from their December 10 Drawing Party at CoCA UN[contained].

CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Program
Featuring NKO & Fogland Studios.

For December and January we are excited to welcome artist NKO and Fogland Studio as our CoCA Lab artists in residence located in CoCA's shipping container at Equinox Creative Industrial Complex in Georgetown.

This team of creatives have a slew of surprises in store, including a Drawing Jam on December 10 (audience participation encouraged!), and a Book Release and Pop-Up Market on January 14. More details to be released soon, however, expect the next couple of months to be jam-packed with art demonstrations, community drawing sessions, and, ultimately, the unveiling of the latest CoCA Lab container installation.

NKO & Fogland Studio: Book Release and Pop-up Market
Saturday, January 14, 2017
6-9pm

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!

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

About CoCA Lab Artists in Residence Program

CoCA Lab provides individual artists or artist teams the opportunity to transform our space into a living art laboratory. Artists are invited by CoCA curators and have included international artist Dr. Phoebe Ching Ying Man (Hong Kong), Brooklyn-based installation artist Aaron Asis, performance artist Ezra Dickinson, installation artist Cait Willis, sound artist Nat Evans, installation artist Michelle de la Vega, performance artist ilvs strauss, multimedia installation artist Trina Cooper, composer Jovino Santos Neta, fiber and installation artist Wyly Astley, filmmaker Adam Sekuler, installation artist Celeste Cooning, performance artist Carl Lawrence, rock'n'roll band Marion Walker, Seattle artist and interventionist,Suzanne Morlock, indigenous installation artist Christine Babic, and many others since the program's inception in April 2014.

CoCA Lab is supported, in part, by an award from 4culture_color.jpg, Seattle Foundation, individual donors and CoCA members.

Big thanks to our beer sponsor  ElysianLogo.jpg  

CoCA serves the Pacific Northwest as a catalyst and forum for the advancement, development, and understanding of Contemporary Art

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