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2018-19 Season

Current + Future Exhibitions

Collectivity

Collectivity investigates points of connection between artists from two international artist collectives based out of the Western United States - Hyperlink (Colorado) + Durden and Ray (Los Angeles) in concurrent exhibits across two states. Part 1 opens at GOCA downtown on June 1, and part 2 opens at Durden and Ray in downtown Los Angeles on August 4. 

June 1 - July 7 @ GOCA Downtown

August 4 - 28 @ Durden and Ray, Downtown Los Angeles

Confluence: Linda Fleming

Linda Fleming is an artist whose work makes physical such impermanent elements as wind, air, light and shadow. This major solo exhibition will feature works in steel, wood, rubber, felt, and paper, and includes two monumental scale public works at the Ent Center for the Arts. 

September 6 - December 9, 2018 @ GOCA, Ent Center for the Arts
Opening Reception with Artist's Talk: Thursday, September 6, 5 - 8 pm // Talk @ 5 pm in Chapman Foundation Recital Hall

Radical: 50 Years of Libre Intentional Artist Community (1968-2018)

Opening Reception // Friday, September 7 // 5 - 9 pm

Libre was founded by artists in 1968 on southern Colorado's beautiful and rugged high mountain plains and exists still today as a place apart for artists and countercultural thinkers. One of the longest running intentional communities manifesting out of the surge of communes in the Southwestern United States in the late 60s and 70s, it's known for hand-built domes and "zomes" inspired by Drop City, Buckminster Fuller, and hand-built by the artists that founded it - many of whom live and work there still. 

Gadzook!

Gadzook! *

Opening reception // Friday, December 7, 5 - 9 pm @ GOCA Downtown

December 7, 2018 - March 2, 2019 

TIME: Visual Art Faculty Exhibit

Opening Reception // Thursday, January 31, 5 - 9 pm @GOCA, Ent Center for the Arts

January 31 - April 7, 2019

Part of POLLINATE: Biannual City-Wide Arts Festival - theme: TIME

Senior Visual Art Majors Exhibition

The annual Senior Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) Majors exhibition features the works of senior VAPA students.  This is the 13th iteration of the Senior VAPA Majors art exhibition at GOCA -- and the second time that it will be held at GOCA Downtown.

META VESSEL: Explorations in Contemporary Clay

Opening Reception // Thursday, April 26, 5 - 9 pm // GOCA @ Ent Center for the Arts 

April 26 - July 20, 2019

Co-curated by Daisy McGowan and Donald Fodness, this exhibition features a range of contemporary artists from across the country whose artistic practice engages in dialogue with the history of the vessel in ceramics. Artists and works included straddle innovation and tradition, the ceramic medium, exploring connections to the body and the earth, utility, ritual, and art as a vessel. 

Image: Linda Lopez, Someone's Devil (2015), Ceramic, wood, frame, paint, ink, and gouache on paper, 24 1/2 × 56 1/2 × 11 1/2 in.

 
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