SFCC FINE ARTS : gallery

About
The Gallery

The SFCC Fine Arts Gallery provides an educational experience to students and the Spokane community, by featuring exhibitions from regional, national and international artists, working in a variety of media.

The SFCC Fine Arts Gallery is located in the main lobby in the Fine Arts Building, Bldg. 6. All exhibitions and lectures are free and open to the public.

Contact

Anna Gonzales at
(509) 533-3710
or by email at
tomo@spokanefalls.edu
for more information.

Gallery Hours

Monday - Friday
8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
or by appointment

Parking permits can be obtained from the kiosk in the main parking lot or use a coin operated meter. Parking permits are not required on Saturday

Everybody's HOME is not a place

The exhibition "Everybody's Home Is Not a Place" features the work by two SFCC art faculty, Patty Haag and Thomas O'Day. O'Day will feature his mixed media installation influenced by his travel to Scotland in "Everybody's Home" and Patty Haag will exhibit acrylic paintings based on her travel to Tibet in her exhibit "Home Is Not A Place." This exhibition will open with a reception from 5-7pm on Tuesday, July 1, 2014 and continue through Friday, July 31. SFCC Fine Arts Gallery, Building 6, SFCC This exhibition is made possible by SFCC Associated Students and the Sahlin Foundation. Lectures and exhibitions are free and open to the public. Parking permits are required Monday - Friday 7am - 6pm. All day parking permits can be obtained in parking lot 2 hour metered parking can be found at various sites around campus. This exhibition is made possible by SFCC Associated Students and the Sahlin Foundation. Lectures and exhibitions are free and open to the public. Parking permits are required Monday - Friday 7am - 6pm. All day parking permits can be obtained in parking lot 2 hour metered parking can be found at various sites around campus. Gallery summer hours are: Monday - Thursday 9am-3pm Saturday by appointment SFCC Fine Arts Gallery Building 6 SFCC Fine Arts Department Spokane Falls Community College 3410 W. Fort Wright Drive Spokane, WA 99224 For more information please contact SFCC Fine Arts Department 533-3710 or Tom O'Day 533-3746

Upcoming Exhibits and Lectures

SFCC

Fine Art Gallery provides an educational experience to students and the Spokane community, by featuring exhibitions from regional, national and international artists, working in a variety of media. Each year we provide a total of eight exhibitions. Five of these exhibits are dedicated to emerging and established artists from around the country, whose work ranges from traditional to non-traditional. In conjunction with many of the exhibitions, we invite artists to lecture at SFCC and various sites in the community, in order to provide a fuller understanding of their work. The other two exhibits feature work by Graduating Fine Art students, and students enrolled in Installation Workshop.

Visiting Artist Lecture Series

2013-14 Visiting Artist Lecture Series presents: Faythe Levine - Recasting Tradition This series,"Recasting Tradition" explores the plasticity of definitions, the erosion of boundaries and the creation of new passages. Faythe Lavine Spring 2014 11:30am, Wed. April 23rd SFCC Building 24, Room 110 Lecture and Powerpoint presentation 6:30pm MAC auditorium Feature film "Sign Painters" 12 noon, EWU Film Department Lecture and Powerpoint presentation In addition to our gallery exhibits and lectures, the "Visiting Artist Lecture Series" invites well-known artists, critics, and/or curators from around the world, loosely linking them by theme of a particular interest. Funding for our gallery/lecture program is provided by SFCC Associated Students, Art Gallery, Art Club and the Fine Arts Department. The Sahlin Foundation provided additional funding for exhibitions and lectures. All lectures are free and open to the public. All events are free and open to the public.
The Consortium for the Visiting Artist Lecture Series gratefully acknowledges support from EWU College of Arts and Letters, the SFCC Art Department, the NW MAC and the Sahlin Foundation. For further information, please contact Tom O’Day at 533 3746 tomo@spokanefalls.edu
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