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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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October 3rd - November 14th Fashionistas Fight Back!
Donna Casey Aira, Stephen Anderson, Shula Arbel, Sue Arnold, Ingrid Aubry, Loretta Ayeroff, Jodi Bonassi, Bridget Bourgon, Leslie Brown, Jennifer Cawley, Chuka Chesney, Karen Clark, Marischa Slusarski and Britt Ehringer in collaboration with NAMAAK Collective, Dick Craig, Bibi Davidson, Ellen Davis, Eliza Day-Green, Sheri Determan, L. Aviva Diamond, Rebecca Finley, claire fleury, Kathi Flood, Robert Gorman, Ellen Greene, Gina Herrera, Hannah Jenkinson, Amy Kaps, Lauren Kasmer, Colleen Kelly, Isabella Kelly-Ramirez, Leslie Lanxinger, Gudrun Latten, Lucia Ferreira Litowtschenko, STEVIE LOVE, Leslie Magdaleno, Susan Melly, Trevor Messersmith, Leon Mostovoy, Shaun Muscolo, Diana N'Diaye, Ashleigh Norman, Sarah Palmeri, Janet Pedersen, Saraswati Petrovic, Donnal Poppe, Osceola Refetoff, Robin Repp, Paul Roustan, Ellen Schinderman, Carl Shubs, Elaine Sigwald, Christian Smith, Natasha Prosenc Stearns, Sergei Sviatchenko, Jane Szabo, Nancy Tabeling, Annie Terrazzo, Adam Tramantano, Scott Trimble, Marjan Vayghan, Petert Walker, Bob Weil, Tracey Weiss, Kurt Weston, Victor Wilde, Carolyn Yarnell, Katayoon Zandvakili
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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