San Francisco State University Fine Arts Gallery

Venue  |  Exhibitions
© Courtesy of San Francisco State University Fine Arts Gallery
© Courtesy of San Francisco State University Fine Arts Gallery
San Francisco State University Fine Arts Gallery
1600 Holloway Ave
SF State University Fine Arts Building, Room 238
San Francisco, CA 94132
Venue Type: Gallery
Open hours
Wed-Sat 11-4
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The Fine Arts Gallery at San Francisco State University presents four exhibitions annually. Two of these explore international contemporary art and historical examinations of the diversity of art in California and the West. Examples include exhibitions of contemporary work from Cuba, Scandinavia, and survey exhibitions. Examples of thematic group shows include With New Eyes: Toward an Asian American Art History, and Black Power/Black Art . Other thematic group exhibitions include The Erotic Life of Clay featuring Sexpots, and A California Calligraphy Summit. Rarely, solo exhibitions are featured. Examples include Chang Dai-Chien In California and John Gutmann: Parallels in Focus.

The remaining two exhibitions feature student work. These include the annual Stillwell Student Show, which is a juried exhibition for undergraduate art students, and the annual MFA Graduate Thesis Exhibition.

The Fine Arts Gallery is staffed by Art Department students, working in a professional gallery environment.

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