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Free And Open To The Public

Featuring exhibitions from regional, national and international artists, working in a variety of media, providing a rich artistic experience for students and the Spokane community.

Fine Art Gallery

We feature eight exhibitions per year. The exhibitions are a mixture between emerging and established artists from around the country, with work ranging from traditional to non-traditional; current art of SFCC’s own faculty; and student art—students enrolled in Installation Workshop, and graduating Fine Art students.

The Visiting Artist Lecture Series sees many of our featured artists lecture at SFCC and various sites in the community in order to provide a fuller understanding of their work.

Coming Up

Painting of the view out of a moving car, or flat landscape at sunset



From the Landscape

September 24 - October 19

Paintings,postcards and jewelry
Bob  Ebendorf and Fred Holcomb
Fred Holcomb – Lecture artist talk September 27
Bob - October 18th Demo and gallery walk through

This exhibit is partially funded with a grant from Artist Trust
All paintings courtesy of Linda Hodges Gallery, Seattle, WA


3-person Group Exhibition

October 25 –December 7

Jamie Naderny      
Eva Hilary
Marilyn Runyan
October 25 (conversations with the artists) Building 24, rm 110
Opening reception to follow

David David Eckard

Visiting Artist Lecture Series

More information coming soon!

Hours & Location

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.,
or by appointment


Fine Arts Building, Bldg. 6

Artist Lectures

Building 24, Room 110

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