Art Space Gallery


Monday - Tuesday 
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Wednesday - Thursday
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

First Thursday of the month - Art Hop!
10:00 am - 8:00 pm

*The above are the Gallery's opening hours during exhibition periods. During our interim deinstallation and installation periods the gallery is closed while we work on getting the next exhibition ready for you. Check the "current exhibitions" tab or follow us @art_space_gallery on instagram to stay up to date on our current exhibitions.


Phone: 559.442.8241
Email: Elena Harvey Collins
Location: AH (Art/Home Economics Building #17)
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please visit Performing Arts Calendar 


The Art Space Gallery is the main art exhibition space of Fresno City College, serving as an educational space for the Fine Arts program and as an avenue of outreach to students and the broader Fresno community. The Gallery presents several exhibitions annually, including shows by internationally and nationally known artists, local and emerging artists, FCC faculty, and students. Art Space Gallery is committed to developing an inclusive exhibition program that reflects the diversity and vibrance of Fresno City College’s student population, and of our broader community. The Gallery also aims to provide programming that supports the understanding of our complex and diverse region and the development of its artist community through exhibitions that are thought provoking, relevant and timely, while reflecting and supporting the Fine Arts curriculum at Fresno City College. You can view our past exhibitions by navigating through the links on the right.

Art Space Gallery is adjacent to Yokuts Plaza, which is dedicated to the Yokuts and Mono tribes and their ancestors. Since time immemorial these indigenous nations have occupied the San Joaquin Valley and Sierra Foothills, developing distinctive cultures that have emphasized a love for the land and community. We are proud to say Fresno City College sits on Native land and to acknowledge their ongoing contributions to our region.

Curator: Elena Harvey Collins (2017—present)
Phone Ext: 8421