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C.V. – Coco Spadoni


Coco Spadoni

b. 1993 


B.A. "Community Art", minor in Education and Social Justice Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA 



"666 a small works ceramics exhibition" , Applied Contemporary, Oakland, CA

"Queer & Dear", Saltstone Ceramics, Seattle, WA 

"Sippin' Sale", Hastings College, Hastings, NE

"Mug Madness", Jurored Saltstone Ceramics, Seattle, WA 


"Queer & Dear", Saltstone Ceramics, Seattle, WA 

"Queer Clay", Pottery Northwest, Seattle, WA 

"Look How Far We've Come", Columbia Tower Sky View Observatory, Seattle, WA 

"Aim Less", Washington State University Fine Art, Pullman, WA

"enTropic", Studio 84 Contemporary Art Space, Genesee, ID 


"(Un)Pleasant (co-show)", The Factory, Seattle, WA

"Second Annual Cup Show", ArtEast Gallery, Issaquah, WA 

"Together or Separate?", A-Gallery, Seattle, WA

"Scratch", Saltstone Ceramics, Seattle, WA

"Bountiful", Gallery One, Ellensburg, WA


Student Show, Pottery Northwest, Seattle, WA

Pray it No Mind, The James Black Gallery, Vancouver, BC (solo) 


Liminal Confines, The James Black Gallery, Vancouver, BC

Ascending Archetypes, Dakota Gallery, Bellingham, WA

Glory Be to the Queer, Open House Gallery, Bellingham, WA (solo)

Adapting Loves, Pop-Up Show 4Culture Funded, Eastside Seattle, WA 


Everyone's In, Alice Gallery, Seattle, WA

Openly, 965 Gallery, Denver, CO

Liminality, B Gallery, Bellingham, WA (solo)

Beyond Borders, VU Gallery, Bellingham, WA

Labyrinth, VU Gallery, Bellingham, WA 



Ceramics Teacher, Saltstone Ceramics, Seattle, WA

Selection Committee Member at Rockland Residency

Artist-In-Residence, Rockland Woods, Kitsap, WA

Visiting Artist at Washington State University, Pullman, WA 


Artist-In-Residence, The Future, Minneapolis, MN

Grant Writer and Selection Committee Member at Rockland Residency

Work-Study at Pottery Northwest, Seattle, WA

Artist-In-Residence, James Black Gallery, Vancouver, BC 


Artist Talk, Elsewhere Museum, Greensboro, NC Productions Intern at Elsewhere Museum