GOCA

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AcronymDefinition
GOCAGraphics Object Content Architecture
GOCAGallery of Contemporary Art
GOCAGreater Olney Civic Association (Maryland)
GOCAGraphics Object Content Architecture (graphics objects in IBM AFP/MO:DCA data stream)
GOCAGeorgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance
GOCAGreater-Of Cell Averaging
GOCAGreek Orthodox Church of America
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This is the first of a series of events to be presented in the new State Gallery of Contemporary Art -- SPEL, until it operates under the statute of the Cyprus Museum of Contemporary Art, whose establishment is underway.
At Aidan Gallery, Russia's first gallery of contemporary art (founded in 1992), Rauf Mamedov's photographic triptychs from his Supper at Emmaus (2007) series were stunners.
Denizens of contemporary art in the region may know this area as the home of the Townhouse Gallery of Contemporary Art.
In 1998, he became chairman of the Welsh Group of Artists and at the opening of its 50th anniversary exhibition at the National Museum of Wales called passionately for a national gallery of contemporary art, a plea not well received by the authorities but now official policy.
The show has been curated by Alistair Robinson from the Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art.
Meanwhile Toxteth TV is turning the bovine invasion into a film with the help of a youngsters from 468 Youth Club on Mill Street, to be shown at the Gallery of Contemporary Art in Leipzig later this year.
Poto Gallery of Contemporary Art on Superior Avenue near the Gulf Gate shops.
For one week of each year this is our national gallery of contemporary art, where we acknowledge and celebrate excellence,innovation and commitment within the Art and Crafts.
The new State Gallery of Contemporary Art -- SPEL is ready to open its doors to the public today with a grand exhibition paying tribute to a great Cypriot artist, Christoforos Savva.
Devolution K - Konstantinos Grigoriadis The National Gallery of Contemporary Art Wales, 34 Castle St, Swansea August 4 - September 1 The ambitiously named, tongue-in-cheek National Gallery of Contemporary Art Wales might be miniature in its size, but it is big in its ideas.