Exhibitions

December 5, 6, 7 & 8, 2018

Photo of art sale from 2017  photo of art sale

(Pictures are from last year. You’ll have to come this year to see what we have.)

Hours:
December 5 & 6 from 10-3 & 4-7 pm
December 7 & 8 from 10-4 pm
Reception: Wednesday December 5 from 4-7 pm

Parking is $2 daily pass for the parking garage.

A historical survey and exhibition of PINK WEEK
Co-Curator: Gioia fonda – SCC Art Professor and Art & Art History Department Chair

November 7-28, 2018
Reception: Thursday November 15 from noon – 2:00 pm – Pink attire suggested

Pik week card from 2017

Pink Week Listening Time: Wednesday November 14 from 12-1:30 pm in the Kondos Gallery

Pink Week Story Time (with donuts and coffee): Saturday November 17 from 11-1:30 pm in the Kondos Gallery

Pink Week microART Show: Sparrow Gallery November 9-30, 2018 –
2nd Saturday Opening on November 10 from 6-9 pm
ARTHOUSE on R – 1021 R Street Sacramento 95811

Pink week is essentially a not-for-profit art piece with absolutely no political, religious, social or medical agenda other than pink. Pink week should not to be confused with pink ribbons for breast cancer awareness, pink triangles representing homosexual identity or any gender specific or branding use of the color. During pink week, pink just means pink. This holiday is an attempt to temporarily liberate the color pink from any meaning or traditional associations (at least for one week a year).

Additionally, pink week can be a great excuse to be festive and neighborly without the fuss, stress and stigma attached to more traditional holidays. It can serve as a common ground, a way to reach out, engage and participate with the people around you. It can be a joyful exercise and reminder to live in the present. Pink week can serve as an occasion to explore our notions of what exactly holidays are and their relevance in our contemporary lives.

Lastly, pink week can be an important educational opportunity illustrating the endless possibility of forms “art” can take. Pink week may function as an introduction to conceptual art and Duchampian ideas. Pink week stands as an affirmation of the fact that art can be affordable and accessible to all and that art remains an inevitable and necessary element of our present and broadly expanding human culture.

Pink Week Facebook

Seasons of Expressions: A Series of Investigations Into Media and Image

Celebrate SCC Art Professor Frank Zamora’s
50+ years of teaching Art

October 3 – 31, 2018
Reception: Wednesday, October 3 from noon to 2 pm

Photo of Frank Zamora Teaching

Figure drawing by Frank Zamora

drawing of a man by Frank Zamora      watercolor painting of a sailboat by Frank Zamora

Portrait by Frank Zamora      Portrait drawing by Frank Zamora

The Kondos Gallery presents “TRINARY” featuring Daniel Brickman, Kyle Dunn and Justin Marcs.
Co-Curator: Terry Peterson, SCC Art Professor

Art by Justin Marsh Art by Kyle Dunn Art by Daniel Brickman
Marsh                                     Dunn                                               Brickman

August 27 – September 26, 2018

Reception: Thursday, August 30 from 4:30 – 6:30 PM

Gallery Hours: M – F 10-4  (Evening and Saturday hours to be announced soon)

 

Come see the 2018 Juried Student Art Show

May 2-15, 2018
Reception, Refreshments, and Awards Ceremony: Wednesday, May 2 from noon to 1:00.

Come see the amazing art that our students have made.

collagewatercolor portraitpaintingsilkscreen print of an owlink drawingabstract paintingowl mask

Park in the parking garage with a $2 parking pass.

Come vote for the People’s Choice Award.

Gregory Kondos Gallery
Sacramento City College
3835 Freeport Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95822
Fischbacher Fine Arts Building Room 123
916-558-2559 or stevens@scc.losrios.edu

April 5 – 24, 2018
Reception: Thursday, April 5 from 4:00 – 6:00

An exhibition of artists who use molds to create their artwork:
Ianna Frisby, Richard Shaw, Kris Lyons, Richard Notkin, Clayton Bailey

Tiles and their mold by Richard Notkin  Altered buddha sculpture by Ianna Frisby  Molded bottle by Robert Shaw   Clay sculpture by Kris Lyons  

Sacramento City College
Kondos Gallery
Fine Arts Room 123
3835 Freeport Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95822
916 558-2559 or stevens@scc.losrios.edu

Parking is $2.00 in the parking structure.

February 26 – March 21, 2018
Reception: Thursday, March 1 from 4:00 – 6:00 pm

This show features art from artists who collect art:
Anne Gregory & Paul Maher, Steven Jones & Beth Jones, Ronald Peetz & Victoria Wallace

Painting by Linda Day  Painting by Mr. Silva

Sculpture byJame Scholnick  Fish sculpture by X

Gregory Kondos Gallery
Sacramento City College – 3835 Freeport Blvd. 95822
916 558-2559 or StevenS@scc.losrios.edu
Hours: M&W 10-7, T 9-7, Th 12-7, F 10-4
Parking is available in the parking structure for $2.00.

January 25 – February 21, 2018
Reception: Wednesday, February 7 from 4 – 6 pm

This show features work from the art professors at Sacramento City College. Come by and see work by Frank Zamora, Anne Gregory, Kathy Noonan, Gioia Fonda, Emily Wilson, Mark Boguski, Terry Peterson, Eun Cho, Dave Vargo, Eric Wood, Suzanne Adan, Laura Hohlwein, Michael Stevens, Manuel Rios, Kris Lyons, Mark Emerson, Ianna Frisby, Cherie Hacker, Jamie Angello, Adam Vermeire and Bob Schumacher.

Ceramic art by Ianna Frisby painting by Cherie HackerPainting by Anne GregorySculpture by Terry PetersonArt by Michael StevensArt by Suzanne Adan

 

December 6-9, 2017

Buy unique hand-made art by students, staff and faculty of Sacramento City College. Find great gifts here at great prices! Support the Kondos Gallery and our students! Shop local and help Sacramento.

photo 1 of art sale       photo 2 of art sale
Wednesday & Thursday Dec 6 & 7 from 10-3 & 4-7pm
Friday & Saturday Dec 8 & 9 from 10-3

Sacramento City College Kondos Art Gallery
Fischbacher Fine Arts Building room 123

Parking in the parking structure is $2.00 for a daily pass.

For more information call 916 558-2559