CoCA Legacy Art Auction: 24 hour Art Marathon
Nov
2
to Nov 3

CoCA Legacy Art Auction: 24 hour Art Marathon

We're creating for 24 hours straight: starting Nov 2nd at 10a.m. until Nov 3rd at 10a.m.! You should stop by and say Heeeyyy! Once we're done, it's all being auctioned off on Nov 3rd at 5:30p.m. Come put your bid in! TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THE AUCTION. Find ticket info here at the Facebook event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/293786907770054/

More details below: 

Please join us for the 25th Anniversary Gala Auction featuring the work of more than 25 artists completed during our whirlwind 24-Hour Art Marathon which will have taken place the previous day (make sure to check out the art preview party during Pioneer Square Art Walk from 6-9pm at Elysian Fields).

On Friday, November 3 doors open at 5:30pm for CoCA's popular silent and live auctions with the effervescent Laura Michalek, our auctioneer and guide for the evening. While you decide which of the pieces you'll be bidding on, enjoy tasty beverages from Elysian Brewing.

To further our mission to support contemporary art, CoCA offers 50% of all auction sales back to the participating artists so the higher you bid, the more you directly help artists thrive!
Right now there are a limited quantity of Early Bird Tickets are on sale! For more information and to purchase tickets visit the event page at CoCASeattle.org or go directly to our Stranger Tickets Kiosk to buy now!

This gala auction is one of Seattle's favorite art auctions and is CoCA's silver remix! We will be featuring some of works and experiences involving some of our most successful alumni artists as well as inspiring works created by many more talented artists! 

The marathon artists are: Flynn Bickley, Diego Suarez, Todd Horton, Casey Curran, Dallas Cooper, Jean Bradbury, Julie Devine, Erika Rier, Stephanie Hargrave, Kamari Bright, Braden Duncan, CASH, Larry Calkins, Aramis Hamer, Gabriel Marquez, Juli Adams, Leah Gerrard, Jeff Mihalyo, Talia Silveri Wright, Flora Ramirez-Bustamante, Leslie West, Brown Jazz and Annie Sprinkle. We will also be encouraging collaborations between some of our esteemed CoCA Legacy artists who will be featured at the CoCA Gallery opening October 5.

Facebook event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/293786907770054/

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Trilogi & Trap Vinyasa Present: Stay Trill Vol. 4
Sep
17
2:00 PM14:00

Trilogi & Trap Vinyasa Present: Stay Trill Vol. 4

PURCHASE TICKETS BELOW

Trilogi has partnered up with our friends at Trap Vinyasa and Hella Black Hella Seattle to bring you Stay Trill Vol. 4- Trap Vinyasa edition!

Join us for an energizing 1 hour Trap Vinyasa class then dance it out afterwards to the soundtrack of our awesome DJs featuring:
Essex
Lady Auds
Famous

All proceeds from the event will go towards yoga scholarships to benefit underprivileged and marginalized women. 

Tickets will be available in tiers- 

Trap Vinyasa Class- $27
Stay Trill Party - $10
Party & Class - $35

 

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The Trill Effect: For the '99 and 2000s
Jul
6
6:00 PM18:00

The Trill Effect: For the '99 and 2000s

Trill Effect is back at it! This time, we're taking an introspective look at the messaging behind the media of the late '90s and early 2000s. 

In "For the '99 & the 2000s: A Reflection of C.R.E.A.M." be prepared to reflect and dissect the Bling Era in this multi-disciplinary art exhibit. See the bare hues hidden behind the platinum picket fence...the weakened enamel behind a glistening gold grill...and the price of naivete and nostalgia. 

With new creations from A.O. Hamer, a short film debut from Kamari Bright, and live performance pieces from Blu the Baqi, this exhibit will challenge everyone to examine the themes that were bombarding music, television, and other media during that time. 

Roll through.

"For the '99 & the 2000s: A Reflection of C.R.E.A.M"
Opening Night Reception
Thursday, July 6th, 2017
Martyr Sauce, 102 S. Jackson St., Seattle WA

Teen/ Youth Viewing: 6- 7:15pm, 
Adult (21+) 7:30- 9:30pm


(This event is sponsored by Artists Up; a collaborative effort between the Office of Arts & Culture, 4Culture, and Artist Trust.)

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