Monday, September 26, 2011

Caitlin Green leaving GOCA

Posted By on Mon, Sep 26, 2011 at 12:42 PM


Caitlin Green, co-director of the Galleries of Contemporary Art at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, has left her position to pursue other opportunities. Co-director Daisy McConnell will still helm the galleries, GOCA 121 and GOCA 1420, and search for another to fill the position.

"Daisy and I had a very similar vision," Green said today, "so I feel so confident in leaving it in her hands."

Green explained that though she is no longer at GOCA, she is still committed to supporting local arts.

During her three years at GOCA, Green curated and coordinated many avant-garde programs and shows, including the highly innovative AWOL: Art Without Limits series of exhibitions and projects, which included the performance art Autoteatro Series by the U.K. group Rotozaza.

"Working at GOCA was such an honor and I'm so proud of the work we were able to do while I was there," she said. "And it was so much fun to do it."

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