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The Co/LAB
An Art & Design Collective
E-mail
<thedesigncolab@gmail.com>
Website
[WWW]http://thecolab.tumblr.com

About Our Collective
The CO/LAB is an art and design collective created by students who are trying to build a creative community at UC Davis. Students in the group come from many different areas of expertise, including design, art studio and technocultural studies. The CO/LAB began in November 2006 as UC Davis senior design student Milan Phan’s brain child and has grown into a group of 35 students. The CO/LAB recently held a showcase of multimedia design work in a May exhibition.

Co/LAB 2010
This year the Co/LAB will be holding a gallery show in TB-112, right next to Walker Hall, during the week of May 21-27, 2010. An opening reception will be held on Friday, May 21st, at 5pm. The theme of the show this year is LAYERS, and as always, it's not too late to join us!

Co/LAB 2007
[WWW]http://www.colabshow.com
The Co/LAB held a gallery show in the Basement Gallery of the UC Davis Art Builidng during the week of May21-25, 2007. While the Co/laborators are very sad that their show closed, that doesn't mean they are done collaborating. The group plans to carry on the spirit of collaboration and hopes to make the Co/LAB a permanent Davis staple. Some of the work from the Basement Gallery show will be displayed at UNCANNY which is to be held on May 31, 2007. Additionally, meetings will be held throughout the summer with tentative plans for another gallery show sometime during the 2007-2008 UC Davis school year. If you are interested in joining in on the continiuing collaboration please e-mail the Co/LAB at <thedesigncolab@gmail.com>.

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The set up at 10:30pm on the Saturday before opening of the May 2007 Basement Gallery Show.

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2007-05-19 22:29:12   I love the Co/LAB! —TracyPerkins


2007-05-24 14:27:49   Why yes! I, too, love the Co/LAB! —TrishAng

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