About the Gallery
Founded by the art department chair John Matthew in the 1930s as the “Little Gallery,” the gallery was originally tucked into a small space in the old library building and exhibited works by faculty, students and local artists. In the mid 1970s, faculty member and noted painter Gregory Kondos became director of the gallery and associated programs. In 1982 after the completion of several modernization projects, Gregory Kondos retired and the “Little Gallery” was renamed in his honor. In 1997, art faculty member and multi-media artist Chris Daubert became director and helped secure the gallery’s 2009 remodel. The Kondos Gallery reopened in the Fall of 2010, maintaining its traditions while moving forward into the twenty-first century.
Parking for Community Members
There is no designated parking for the Kondos Gallery. Community members may park in non-staff spaces with a daily permit, dispensed at machines on site ($2). The main parking area is accessible off 12th Avenue, from Freeport Boulevard. The gallery is located on the northeast side of campus, near the main parking area and the College Store. Please see the campus map to plan your visit.
About Our Fine Arts Collection
Sacramento City College holds a collection of fine arts, first begun as an art bank and subsequent study collection. The holdings now boast over a thousand objects representing the diverse cultural periods of the college faculty and its most advanced students, as well as notable examples of historical works in a variety of media. The collection augments the Art Department's values to promote art literacy, serve as an educational tool, while offering accessibility for research and loans.
Phone: (916) 558-2682
Closed for the Fall 2023 Semester. Please check back in early 2024.
Fischbacher Fine Arts Building, FIA 123
3835 Freeport Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95822
The Kondos Gallery exhibition calendar is on hiatus for the Fall 2023 Semester and will return with shows for the Spring 2024 season.