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Orange County Center for Contemporary Art

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Orange County Center for Contemporary Art
117 N. Sycamore
Santa Ana , CA 92701
Venue Type: Gallery

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© Courtesy of Orange County Center for Contemporary Art
OCCCA3D, Exhibition, OCCCA3D, Exhibition
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July 5th - July 26th Home Juried Exhibition
Orly Aviv, Zack Balber, Sonia Barrett, Pat Berger, Victoria Chapman, Michael Chomick, Patricia Houghton Clarke, Valerie Colston, Rodney Daut, CHERYL DERRICOTTE, James Doyle, Malcolm Easton, Daniel Evans, Michael Falzone, Catherine Forster, Judy Gardner, Jeff Gillette, bruce Gundersen, Ting Ying Han, Victoria Heilweil, Doug Herbilla, Stacey Herzing, David Hollen, Joe Johnson, Allyson Klutenkamper, Kerry Kolenut, Eric Landes, Anthony Lazorko, Tiffany Ma, Tony Maher, Stuart McCall, Allyson McCandless, Rocky McCorkle, Dan McCormack, Jim McKinniss, Doris Mitsch, Jon Ng, Roget Nguyen, Vann Nguyen, Brad Pettigrew, Zoe Phillips, Nicholas Potter, Robin Repp, Michael Rohde, Michael Allyn Roy, Edward L. Rubin, Stephanie J Ryan, Vinothini Sachithananthan, Emilia Sadeghi, Tamsin Salehian, Mark Schoon, Group Show, Jane Szabo, Cynthia Velasquez, Allison Watkins, Jerry Weems, Denise Weyhrich, Patrick Whitaker
July 5th - July 26th "Temporary" as part of "Home"
Catherine Forster
Nov, 2014 Usted No Deberia Estar Aqui/You Shouldn't Be Here
Floria Gonzalez(& More to be announced), Humberto Howard, Jose Lozano, Maria Madrigal, Florencia P. Marano, Carla Zarate Suarez
Mon-Wed by app't; Thurs and Sun 12-5; Fri-Sat 12-9; first Sat of month 7-10
(714) 667-1517
Free Admission
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OCCCA is a space that invites artists to think about their practice as research and to  develop ideas, exhibitions and projects.  It is a space conducive to self-organized initiatives and the sharing of artistic resources.

OCCCA recognizes the importance of social engagement, global networking, intellectual exchange, information sharing, critical dialogue and collaboration. 

OCCCA recognizes the social and cultural value of artistic experimentation.

OCCCA serves artists through exhibitions, publicity and publications.

OCCCA is committed to honoring the legacy of the alternative space movement by continuing the tradition with new generations of artists.

OCCCA emphasizes the work itself, what John Cage called, “the quality of encounter.”

OCCCA presents cutting-edge art within a forward-thinking intellectual framework.

OCCCA’s ambitious program of events weaves contemporary art into the fabric of everyday life.

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