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Artwork by Chad "Little Coyote" Yellowjohn

Chad "Little Coyote" Yellowjohn

Artist: Chad "Little Coyote" Yellowjohn comes from Shoshone-Bannock/Spokane ancestral line. Yellowjohn earned his Associates in Cinematic Arts, along with a Minor in Studio Arts from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Sante Fe, New Mexico. Through his art and activism, he shares inspiration and awareness of the issues Indigenous people face today.

The smallest detail, makes the biggest difference. - Chad Yellowjohn

Exhibition Title/Dates: "Masked Preservation"
Thurs. Sept. 22 – Tues., Oct. 25, 2022
Exhibition Programming: October 10, 2022
Honor Indigenous People’s Day and the visual artwork presented in "Masked Preservation" with an Artist Talk and Grass Dance by Chad “Little Coyote” Yellowjohn.
Location: Outside of Bldg. 6 Alternate weather location SUB Lounge A & B
Time: 11:30 AM


Artwork by Chad "Little Coyote" Yellowjohn
Artist: Chad Yellowjohn
Title: Womens Traditional Masked Dancer
Dimensions: 9x12, Media: Copic. Micron.
Year: 2020

*This exhibition is made possible with the generous support of Red Nations, Art Club and the SFCC Associated Students.


Caitie Sellers

Caitie Sellers

Artist: Caitie Sellers, received her BFA in Craft/Material Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Her work ranges from one of a kind small sculpture to custom fine jewelry and can be found in stores, galleries, and museums across the US and internationally.

“Scenes from an Underpass” is an ode to human development, stubborn vegetation, sprawl, guts, growth, and decay. Drawings are translated into sculptures and displayed with a collection of small studies and samples, each a memento honoring their place within the urban ecosystem.

Exhibition Title/Dates: “Scenes from an Underpass”
Tues. November 1-Thurs. December 1, 2022

Exhibition Programming: Curator guided gallery tours available by request.
Contact: Gallery Program Director

Artwork by Caitie Sellers
Artist: Caitie Sellers
Title: “Pylons”
Dimensions: 18”x15”x4”
Media: Steel, Silver, Solder, Paper
Year: 2022


Artist Siri Stensberg

Siri Stensberg

Artist Siri Stensberg, a 2022 MFA graduate from Washington State University, explores the intersection of material, color, space, and sound. Drawn to the rhythms of light and matter that appear in the periphery of daily life, the artist will create an immersive installation in the gallery.

Exhibition Title/Dates: “Scattered Storms”
Tues. January 10 - Fri. February 10, 2023
Exhibition Programming: Artist Lecture: Tues. Jan. 10th at 10:30 AM Location: sn-w'ey'-mn,: Bldg. 24, Rm. 110 Reception to follow at the gallery, Bldg. 6
Artist Workshop: Tuesday, Jan. 10th Color Wheel Assemblage, registration required with priority given to students. Contact:
Location: 3D classroom Bldg. 6, Rm 111 Time: 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Artwork by Siri Stensberg
Image Credit: Artist: Siri Stensberg
Title: “Open Harmony”
Dimensions variable
Mixed Media
Year: 2022
Photo by Meagan Marsh Pine

Artist Harris Wiltsher standing next to artwork

Curator: Harris R. Wiltsher II
IN WHAT WE SEE: A Printmaker’s Response

Through the news, social media, conversations, and travel, artists are engulfed with sights and sounds to inform their work and challenge their audience. This group exhibition seeks to highlight the sights and sounds of each artists’ experience while showing the dynamism of print media through the eyes of African and African-American printmakers.

Harris Wiltsher’s artistic endeavors span from being a Bronx Recognizes Its Own (BRIO) recipient, visiting artist, lecturer, independent curator, program administrator for the Florida Art in State Buildings Program, Professor and Gallery Director at Florida A & M University.

Exhibition on view to the public: February 16 - March 16, 2023

Exhibition Programming: Gallery Talk with Curator and Artist Harris Wiltsher II. Thursday February 23rd at 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM. Reception to follow at the gallery from 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM.


This series available through collaboration and funding from a consortium; Spokane Falls Community College, Eastern Washington University and Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.

Artwork by Rafael Soldi
Image Credit: Image credit: Imagined Futures, 36 Gelatin Silver Prints, 1.5 x 1" each

Raphael Soldi

Artist Rafael Soldi is a Peruvian-born, Seattle-based artist and curator. He holds a BFA in Photography & Curatorial Studies from the Maryland Institute College of Art. His practice centers on how queerness and masculinity intersect with larger topics of our time such as immigration, memory, and loss. He has exhibited internationally at the Frye Art Museum, American University Museum, Griffin Museum of Photography, ClampArt, The Print Center, Museo MATE, Filter Space, and Burrard Arts Foundation, among others. Rafael has received grants and awards from the Magenta Foundation, Puffin Foundation, smART Ventures, Artist Trust, 4Culture, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, and Center Santa Fe. He has been awarded fellowships at MacDowell, Bogliasco Foundation, Vermont Studio Center, and PICTURE BERLIN.

EWU Lecture: Tues. January 26, 2023 Time: 2:00 PM Location: EWU, Pence Union Bldg. Nysether Community Room
SFCC Lecture: Wed. January 25, 2023 Time: 11:30 AM Location: SFCC, sn-w'ey'-mn, Bldg. 24, Rm 110



Artwork of a heart with the text of Cyndy Wilson Inked 2023 Annual Print Exchange Presented by Spokane Falls Community College.

Print Exchange Exhibition and Auction

Dates: April 4 – 14, 2023

Opening Reception:
Tuesday, April 4,  11:30am-12:30pm
Fine Arts Building 6, SFCC Fine Art Gallery

All proceeds go to the student scholarship fund.

Silkscreen • Intaglio • Relief • Mono Prints
Work by students, faculty, regional, and national artists.

Bidding begins – April 4
Closing Bids – At Noon, Friday, April 14

Free and Open to the public. This Exhibition Is Made Possible with Support from SFCC Associated Students and the Sahlin Foundation.

Visiting Artist Lecture Series

Artist Horacio Rodriguez working on sculpture of a human face.

Horacio Rodriguez

April 11 and 12, 2023

Horacio Rodriguez creates political ceramic sculptures that mimic his layered identity as he explores borders, memory, and cultural identity by fusing Pre-Hispanic and Mestizo Culture with the visual language of western dominate culture.

SFCC Lecture: Wednesday, April 12, 2023
SFCC, Building 24, Room 110, 10-11 A.M.
Reception to follow in Building 6

This series available through collaboration and funding from a consortium; Spokane Falls Community College, Eastern Washington University and Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.

Group Artist Exhibition including All Faculty who have taught in Fine Arts Building 6 from 1965 to present.

Exhibition Title/Dates: "Poetics of Space-All Faculty Exhibition"
Tues. April 25- Thurs. May 18, 2023

Exhibition Programming: Opening Reception: Thurs. April 27, 2023
Time: 11:00-12:00
Closing Reception/Panel Discussion-Gallery Talk: Thurs. May 18, 2023
Time: 5:30-7:30 PM


Exhibition Dates: Tues. May 30 - Fri. June 14, 2023

Exhibition Programming: Thurs. June 8, 2023 Afternoon Reception 11:30-12:30 Evening Reception & Award Ceremony 5:30-7:30 PM

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