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Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Cara Levine

Artwork by Cara Levine. Two are images combined. The first image is of a person’s hands holding a book in a public library. The second image is of a person with a black sweater standing outside of store window. The store window has a collection of white shirt collars.

SFCC Lecture: Monday March 11, 2024
EWU Lecture: Tuesday, March 12, 2024

Cara Levine is an artist based in Los Angeles, CA. She earned a BFA from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI (2007) and an MFA from California College of the Arts in San Francisco, CA (2012). Using sculpture, video, and socially engaged practices, she explores the intersections of the physical, metaphysical, traumatic, and illusionary. She is the founder of This Is Not A Gun, a multidisciplinary project aiming to create awareness and activism through collective creative action. Her work has been presented in one-person, group exhibitions, and participatory events in venues around the world such as the The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco (2023), MOCA Geffen Warehouse, Los Angeles, CA (2020); Creative Time, New York, NY (2019); The Anchorage Museum, Anchorage, AK, (2019), Tenderloin Museum, San Francisco, CA (2017); Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel; Wattis Institute For Contemporary Art, San Francisco, CA (2012); and Kyoto Seika University, Kyoto, Japan (2006). Levine has participated in residency programs including Santa Fe Art Institute (2017); The Arctic Circle, International Territory of Svalbard (2017); Sedona Arts Colony, Sedona, AZ (2016); SIM Residency, Reykjavík, Iceland (2015); Anderson Ranch, Aspen, CO (2014); and Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT (2013). Levine is currently an associate adjunct professor in Fine Art and Foundations at Otis College of Art and Design and has worked in the disability arts community since 2011 in roles at various progressive art studios including the Exceptional Children’s Foundation, Inglewood, CA and Creative Growth, Oakland, CA. She organized the first annual Self-Taught Artists Fair with Public Annex in Portland, OR in 2017.

Two pieces of artwork next to each other. The artwork on the left is Seth Collier, Tents_RYB (De Prepared), Photoshopped Billboards, 12”x18.” The artwork on the rightside is JoEllen Wang, Tarp No.5 go

Cost of Living

Dates: February 13-March 7, 2024
Artists: Seth Collier and JoEllen Wang

Artists Seth Collier and JoEllen Wang use ubiquitous urban resources to respond to the extractive systems and cultural excesses which produce them. Through painting, digital art, and material exploration, they examine forms of survival in the places where society breaks down.

Artist Seth Collier earned his AFA from Spokane Falls Community College and a BFA in Studio Art from Eastern Washington University. 2022 GAP grant recipient through Artist Trust, Collier’s work has been included in in Spokane-based events like Terrain and Apostrophe, and his artwork is regularly on view at MAD Co. Labs Studios. Visit to learn more about artist Seth Collier

Artist JoEllen Wang earned her B.Arch from the University of Kansas in Lawrence. She has participated in exhibitions at SOIL, Gallery 110, Ghost Gallery and Mini Mart City Park in Seattle, WA and Bainbridge Island Museum of Art on Bainbridge Island, WA. JoEllen has work in Seattle’s Permanent Portable Works Collection. Visit to learn more about artist JoEllen Wang.

Artist Quincey Miracle

It’s Easy to Get Lost Here

Dates: January 9 - February 1, 2024
Aritist: Quincey Miracle

Quincey Miracle (they/he) is a transmasc/nonbinary visual artist, graduate of Spokane Falls Community College, and MFA graduate from the University at Buffalo working in sculpture, installation, and performative action. It’s Easy to Get Lost Here is an exploration of the transformative nature of blanket forts, treehouses, and other makeshift childhood structures. Using reclaimed materials, textiles, and video, the exhibit presents a series of impermanent constructions that investigate the formation of queer identity in adolescence and the act of trauma processing in adulthood. Learn more about Quincey Miracle at

Artwork by Tracy Walker

Life and Time

Dates: September 21–October 19, 2023
Artist: Tracy Petre Walker

Tracy Petre Walker received her BA and MA from Central Washington University in 1995 and her MFA from the University of Cincinnati in 1997. She is currently a Professor at Columbia Basin College where she teaches painting, drawing, illustration, and art history. Her work explores societal concerns seen using symbolic imagery, vivid color, and complex composition. She has shown both regionally and nationally including solo shows in Wenatchee, Ellensburg, and Shoreline.

Rocky Mountain Printmaking Symposium Flyer

Rocky Mountain Printmaking Symposium 2023

Venue for the Rocky Mountain Printmaking Symposium: September 20th - October 15th, 2023

SFCC is honored to host exhibiting artists for KISMET, the 6th Biennial Symposium celebrating all things printmaking.

Artists: Tim Musso and Camilla Taylor
Location: SFCC Fine Arts Department, Building 6
Artist: Scott Kolbo
Location: SFCC Library, Building 2 North Entrance second floor.

The exhibit at SFCC is free to attend. To attend the full Rocky Mountain Printmaking Alliance 6th Biennial Symposium, October 12th-14th, please purchase tickets at

Image is divided into four black and white images of four SFCC Fine Arts graduates “Making Their Mark” as professional tattoo artists. In the center of the image is the text “Making Their Mark.”

Making Their Mark

Dates: Nov. 7 - Dec.7, 2023

The SFCC Fine Art Gallery is proud to present four past graduates that are "Making Their Mark" as professional tattoo artists.


  • Bradley Delay
  • Andi Demitri
  • Junior
  • Mike Maloney
Artwork by Chad "Little Coyote" Yellowjohn

Masked Preservation

Dates: Sept. 22 – Tues., Oct. 25, 2022
Artist: Chad "Little Coyote" Yellowjohn

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

Artwork by Caitie Sellers

Scenes from an Underpass

Dates: November 1-Thurs. December 1, 2022
Artist: Caitie Sellers

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.

Image Credit:

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

Artwork by Siri Stensberg

Scattered Storms

January 10 - February 10, 2023
Artist: 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.

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

IN WHAT WE SEE: A Printmaker’s Response

Dates: February 16 - March 16, 2023
Artist: Harris R. Wiltsher II

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.

Artwork by Rafael Soldi

Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Raphael Soldi

Dates: EWU Lecture: January 26, 2023
SFCC Lecture: Wed. January 25, 2023

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.

Image Credit: Imagined Futures, 36 Gelatin Silver Prints, 1.5 x 1" each

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

All proceeds go to the student scholarship fund.

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

Free and Open to the public. This Exhibition is made oossible with support from SFCC Associated Students and the Sahlin Foundation.

Artist Horacio Rodriguez working on sculpture of a human face.

Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Horacio Rodriguez

Dates: 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.

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

*Dates are subject to change, follow us on either Facebook or Instagram for up to the minute updates on events and programming.

SFCC afa/cfa graduation exhibition announcement with ten samples of student artwork
2022 CFA/AFA Graduation Exhibition

Hindsight Forward

Exhibition on view: May 23, 2022 - June 10, 2022
Location: SFCC Fine Arts Building 6

Artwork by Christie Tirado

Relief Prints by Christie Tirado

Exhibition on view: April 4-May 4, 2022
Gallery Talk: Thursday, April 7, 2022
Artist Workshop: May 4, 2022 Demonstration of relief printmaking process, sponsored by the Spanish Club.

Christie Tirado’s artwork is located at crucial intersections: of aesthetics and politics, of the configuration of urban and rural America, of social justice and the structural inequalities that pervade us, of diversity and exclusion.

Mis obras se encuentran en intersecciones cruciales: de la estética y la política, de la configuración de la América urbana y rural, de la justicia social y las desigualdades estructurales que nos impregnan, de la diversidad y la exclusión - Christie Tirado

Linus as Cupid by Joe Hedges

Inter-media Artwork by Joe Hedges
Exhibition on view: February 22, 2022-March 16, 2022

Joe Hedges is an inter-media artist with a dynamic practice that weaves together oil painting, new media installation and music. His projects often explore the effects of digital technologies on human experience. The works in this exhibition present fragments of Renaissance humanism disrupted by contemporary tech, tools and approaches, reflecting the fraught contours of a digitally mediated existence.

Mother with child Sculpture by Mya Cluff
"Where Do I End, And You Begin?"

Ceramic Sculpture by Mya Cluff January 4, 2022-February 8, 2022

Montana based ceramic sculptor, Mya Cluff searches for the beginnings and endings of self-hood as she navigates interpersonal and societal relationships within a maternal context. As a mother and an artist, Cluff asks the question, “Where do I end, and you begin?” with thought-provoking investigations in figurative sculpture.

Anthony White
2022 Visiting Artist Lecture Series: "Fact and Fiction"

Artist Anthony White: February 9, 2022

Artist and curator in Seattle, Washington, Anthony White is represented by Greg Kucera Gallery. Graduate from Cornish College of the Arts, White’s work consists of intricate portraits, still lifes, and objects meticulously spun from common PLA plastic. His work disrupts hierarchies of status and wealth by placing trivial souvenirs and low-brow accoutrements in luxurious environments.

Artist JooYoung standing in a forest of her artwork among 6 version of herself wearing different costumes
2022 Visiting Artist Lecture Series: "Fact and Fiction"

Artist JooYoung Choi: May 11, 2022

JooYoung Choi, born in Seoul, South Korea, immigrated to Concord, New Hampshire in 1983 by way of adoption. While completing her BFA at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, she returned to South Korea and reunited with her birth-family. Since receiving her MFA from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Choi’s artwork has been exhibited in such venues as Crystal Bridges, Akron Art Museum, The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Project Row Houses, The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience, Seattle, Washington, The Currier Museum of Art, NH, The National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago, Illinois, The Art Museum of South East Texas, Beaumont, and Lawndale Art Center, Houston, Texas. Choi has received grants from Artadia, The National Endowment for the Arts, and the Idea Fund. She has also participated in the Lawndale Artist Residency in Houston, TX and the Harvester Artist Residency in Wichita, KS.

Choi’s work has been featured by numerous media groups and publications, including the PBS Digital Studios Art Assignment, Korean Global News Network YTN, the LA Times, New American Paintings, Arts+Culture Magazine, the Houston Chronicle, Glasstire, Houston’s PaperCity, Nat. Brut, and the Huffington Post.

Art piece featured in Brainstorming - An Intellectual Sport
Brainstorming - An Intellectual Sport

Brainstorming - An Intellectual Sport
Mixed-media Artwork by Len Davis
October 25, 2021 - November 23, 2021

California based artist, Len Davis exhibits a series of assemblages, collages, drawings, and paintings which dive into the practice of brainstorming itself. The artist plays with the notion of what works visually and conceptually through the addition and subtraction of elements. The self-revelatory process explores his discovery of the brain as a machine that is constantly evolving in developmental space.

jra bike

Photography by June Roys
September 21, 2021-October 20, 2021

Artworks in the exhibition "Travel" are imbued with both personal and formal aspects which evolve through the artist's relationship to color, light, and architectural elements. The Urban Travel series of photographs document the disappearing iconic neon signage of American roadways and is paired with the legacy of vintage bikes that have rolled down the roads for decades.

Art piece featured in Inkswap

Cyndy Wilson Print Exchange Exhibitions and Auction

Work by students, faculty and community at large. 50 prints in a variety of print mediums: Silkscreen, Intaglio, Relief and Mono Prints.

Sam Marroquin standing in her studio
The Uttered and the Unspoken

February & March 2020

Sam Marroquin – Portland artist and SFCC Alum.
A painting exhibition in conjunction with winter quarter student Installation class.

Pareidolia art work collage

Exhibition of nine artists working in a variety of media, from the Portland, Oregon area. David Andersen (drawing and painting), Zachary Andersen (mixed media), Nora Brodnicki (ceramic sculpture), AJ Escobar (sculpture), Stan Evenson (mixed media), Don Olsen (printmaking), Hector Ornelas (painting on found objects), Kate Simmons (sculpture), Justin Taylor (painting on canvas)
January 6 – February 11, 2020

Exhibition of Three
Exhibition of Three
Jodi Sahlin, Janet Sahlin and Peter Jagoda
Jewelry - weaving - metal
October 28 – December 6, 2019
The American Hotel
Tales of the American

Feature film documentary -Stephen Seemayer and Pamela Wilson filmmakers
All media exhibition -20 artists who lived, played and worked at the American Hotel and Al’s Bar.
September 23 – October 25, 2019

Lou Lou Pink - The Art of Conditioning
3 Emerging

Jamie Nadherny      
Eva Hilary
Marilyn Runyan (EM Jackson)
October 2018 - November 2018

Lou Lou Pink - The Art of Conditioning
Sonder Exhibit

CFA and AFA Graduation Exhibition 2018
May 21 – June 8, 2018

Forgery by Joe Guarisco - illage Road Auver’s, Paul Cezanne

Joe Guarisco - watercolor on paper
Stan Miller - watercolor and egg tempera on paper
Seth Tane - oil on canvas
September - October 2017

Village Road Auver’s - Paul Cezanne, Forgery by Joe Guarisco, Watercolor on paper
(Size of a postage stamp)
Angela White Artwork
Mixed Media Traps

Angela White
April - May 2017

Installation view
Cut one dollar bills of frost and rain with found wire sculpture made by the current in the Spokane river
A Tribute to Chris Sublett

Chris Sublett
October - November 2017