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Art hanging on the walls in the SFCC Fine Art Gallery Art hanging on the walls in the SFCC Fine Art Gallery

Fine Art Gallery

The SFCC Fine Arts Gallery, is an educational gallery which features work by regional, national and international artists, working in a variety of media, these include drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, Installation, video and performance.

We are dedicated in bringing traditional and nontraditional exhibitions to the Spokane area. Professional artists are invited to exhibit for solo or group exhibitions. Artists who exhibit often provide a PowerPoint presentation, a demonstration of their process or a workshop, in order to further inform the viewer about their work. Each year during spring quarter, the gallery exhibits work by the graduating fine art students for a three-week period prior to graduation. Every three to four years SFCC faculty exhibit their work either in a solo or group exhibition.

In addition to our gallery exhibitions, we feature the “Visiting Artist Lecture Series.” The lecture series invites artists, critics and curators from around the world, loosely linking them by theme of a particular interest. This series is provided with funding from a consortium; Spokane Falls Community College, Eastern Washington University and Gonzaga University's Jundt Art Museum. Additional funding for this series is provided by the Sahlin Foundation.

Hours & Location

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.,
For information 509-533-3710
All events are free and open to the public

Gallery

Fine Arts Building, Bldg. 6
 

Artist Lectures

Location and times as listed.


Parking permits can be obtained from the kiosk in the main parking lot or use a coin operated meter. (Permits not required for Saturday appointments.)

Funding for our gallery is provided by SFCC Associated Students, Art Gallery, Art Club and the Fine Arts Department. The Sahlin Foundation provides additional funding for exhibitions and lectures.

For further information, please contact
Tom O’Day at 509-533-3746 or 
Thomas.ODay@sfcc.spokane.edu