Our student-funded and student-staffed gallery is dedicated to bringing the visual and interdisciplinary arts to SFSU’s diverse student body. Exhibitions feature student, faculty and professional work and advocates works of merit by all artists at any stage in their career. The gallery programs eight to ten exhibits and pop-up shows per year and hosts weekly events and monthly receptions during the Fall and Spring semesters. Three to four exhibits usually rotate per semester, and two to three occur during the summer.
The Gallery operates in alignment with the Richard Oakes Multicultural Center to provide students with opportunities, resources, arts-related events, and a range of insightful and visually captivating artworks that reflect and actively engage with the community. The Art Gallery further strives to foster cross-cultural exchange with artists and audiences and produces some of San Francisco’s most socially relevant and visually compelling exhibits. Each show is dedicated to providing insight and information about aesthetic movements, contemporary issues, and/or social justice through interactive, multi-media and other visual modes.
Our purpose is to produce exhibits and host events that promote dialogue and discussion about the arts and the relationship between art, history, culture and community.
Support the CCSC Art Gallery:
The Art Gallery is a program of the CCSC, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. The Art Gallery is interested in public and private support to provide quality and enriching exhibitions, education and public programs. Help the Art Gallery build a sustainable future with a direct tax deductible contribution. For more information about donating, visit our web: www.sfsustudentcenter.com/artgallery
Contributions to the Art Gallery will benefit our general operations and programs. Donations support enriching exhibitions about art, culture, and history. Additional funding will enable the Art Gallery to be a resource for the SFSU student community, providing young people opportunities for training and for professional and personal growth, as well as afford a space to display both student and non-student work that is underserved and less often displayed.