Opening Reception: What You See Is What You Sweat

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Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) in Seattle is proud to present "What You See is What You Sweat" from August 4 - 27, 2016. Join us on Thursday, August 4 from 6-9pm for an opening with the artists and curators.

"What You See is What You Sweat" is made up of a curatorial team of five doers and thinkers who are creating space for arts audiences and artists who shop in the ethnic foods aisle and those who hit the streets for social change. They include: 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).

A diverse selection of media from video and textiles to paintings and photographs will be presented from participating artists including 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, Rezene Tsegai, Romson Bustillo, Satpreet Kahlon, Viradeth Xay-Ananh, and Zorn B. Taylor..

Opening Reception
August 4, 2016, 6-9pm
Location: CoCA PS35, 106 Cherry St., 98104
Part of the Pioneer Square Art Walk

CoCA PS35 gallery hours are Thursday - Saturday, 1-7pm.

Read more about the exhibition on our website: http://cocaseattle.org/exhibitions/current/what-you-see-what-you-sweat1/
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By: CoCA (Center on Contemporary Art)

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