50th Anniversary Gallery Art Show

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Or by appointment
Contact (714) 895-8316
or gwcartgallery@gwc.cccd.edu

The Gallery is located in the Fine Arts building on the first floor building 29


February 28 – March 24, 2017

Opening Reception:
Thursday, March 2, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.


With over one million people having passed through Golden West College since its opening in 1966, the campus holds a great deal of historical and cultural significance. You are invited to walk through five decades of memorabilia, photographs, artifacts and art installations.

ECO Art Community Gallery Show

ECO ART an exhibition

January 10 – February 15, 2017

Opening Reception:
Thursday, January 12, 6:00 – 8:00 pm


Founded in 2005, the Eco-Art Collective is an activist group of SCWCA artists focused on environmental issues that comes together to learn, make art and take actions toward a sustainable future. Artists: Kim Abeles, Carolyn Applegate, Ulla Barr, Cheryl Bookout, Marie Cenkner, Danielle Eubank, Suvan Geer, Brenda Hurst, Ann Isolde, Katherine Kean, J.J.L’Heureux, Meg Madison, MaryLinda Moss, Sandra Mueller, Seda Saar, France White.


Volunteers are needed in the Fine Arts Gallery to greet patrons and answer questions. Contact the Foundation Office at 714-895-8316 for more information.

As a Friend of the Arts at Golden West College, you will enjoy many special benefits including complimentary refreshments at all Theater department plays, invitations to opening night festivities for various Performing and Fine Arts events, guest lectures and demonstrations, and invitations to backstage and costume shop tours.

For just $25, you can join a Friends group, or for $100, you can become a member of all five!

If you have any questions please contact the GWC Foundation 714-895-8315.

Upcoming Exhibits

2017 Juried Student Art Show
April 13 – May 19
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 13, 6-8 pm

Light and Heavy
June 1 – July 30
This exhibition examines the relationship between the concept and the form, and the complements and contradictions between the two.