The Art Club meets every Tuesday at 12:50 in the Riverside Campus Art Building, Room 101. Will Kim is the faculty co-advisor (951) 222-8179, and Jeff Soto co-advisor


The RCC Clay Club faculty advisor is John Hopkins (951) 222-8273.

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Out of Line, Against the Grain

Wednesday, April 19, 6:00 PM 

Riverside City College, 

Art Building, Art 201, 202,  

Riverside City College Quad Gallery

Out of Line, Against the Grain: 
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An Exhibition of drawings and prints by the regions, finest,  master draughtsmen and figurative artists, featuring the works of Abel  Alejandre, Herbert  T. Olds, Pavel Acevado,
Richard Stergulz and David Lambert. 
Exhibition Dates: February 27th - April 7th​

Student Honors Exhibition 2017
RCC's yearly tradition showcasing the works of our most honored and talented students.

Exhibition Dates: May 2nd -27th

Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony: May 5th , 6pm-8pm (Awards 6:30pm)

Drop Off: April 20-21 10am-1pm, 5pm-7pm (late works will not be accepted)

Tentative install: April 22-24

Pick Up of works: May 31st   10am-1pm 5pm-7pm, June 1 10am-1pm

Tentative Uninstall: May 31st ​

Art Student Holiday Exhibition and Sale:
Clubs sponsor, unjuried student artwork for purchase. The public is invited to collect student’s original works.

Annual Fall Chili Bowl Fundraiser:

1000 bowls are thrown by the Clay Club students for this major fundraiser. The last sale resulted in a sell-out within 30 minutes flat. If you plan on attending this annual event, arrive on time or early, or you may be out of luck. Each bowl is an individual work of art. Visitors choose a bowl and the club fills it with delicious home made chili, for a total donation of $5.

Earth Week Chalk Walk:

Every April, during Earth Week, the Art Club sponsors this chalk painting festival. Participants sign up for a square, design an image, and paint the image using non-toxic chalk onto the square. Three days later, all of the squares are judged by a jury of Art Professors and prizes are awarded to the first, second and third place artists. All images must adhere to an Earth Week theme, including pollution, forestry, global warming, acid rain, alternative fuel source, etc.


Ice Cream Bowl Fundraiser:

Bowls are thrown by the Clay Club participants and sold loaded with ice cream. Call to confirm location and times. Contact John Hopkins at 951-222-8273 for more information.


Bus Trips:

The Art Club sponsors bus trips to museums and art schools whenever possible. Fall and Spring offerings are hopeful. A portion of the trip is paid out of club funds so students can more easily manage the costs involved in visiting art at other locations.


    Contact Us

The RCC Art Department is located in the Art Building, #19 on the campus map and Ceramics Building, #18 on the campus map

Fine and Performing Arts Office (951) 222-8793