Helen S. Smith Gallery

Annual Student Exhibition

Show Dates

May 15 – June 12, 2023

The Annual Student Exhibition provides a special annual opportunity set aside for our art students to find their footing as exhibiting artists as many prepare to transfer to art schools in the fall, or gain confidence to continue with us to further develop a strong portfolio.  We are exceptionally proud of the work they do and are excited to present a snapshot, conceptually, of this year’s student experience.



3D Design

3D Design Annual Student Exhibition

animation image


Animation Annual Student Exhibition


Art Appreciation

Annual Student Exhibition



Design Annual Student Exhibition


Digital Photography

Digital Photography Annual Student Exhibition



Drawing Annual Student Exhibition



Painting Annual Student Exhibition

About the Gallery

The Helen S. Smith Gallery is an academic resource for the Green River College campus and regional art community.  The gallery highlights the media of the Fine Arts Division by presenting culturally engaging exhibitions by emerging and established Northwest Artists throughout the year.  The gallery also provides a catalyst for art students to engage with their first audience through our annual student art exhibition coming up this May.



Gallery Hours

The gallery is now open! 

Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Special Hours and Closures

May 29: CLOSED (Memorial Day)
June 19 - July 2: CLOSED (Quarter Break)

Gallery Hours are consistent with the Holman Library's hours.  Please visit their website for updates.

Gallery Contact

If you have any questions about ongoing or upcoming art exhibitions in the Helen S. Smith Gallery, please contact the Gallery Director:

Sarah Dillon Gilmartin

Call For Artists

Call For Artists

Upcoming Exhibitions

View upcoming exhibitions at GRC's Helen S. Smith art gallery!

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Previous Exhibitions

Revisit the Helen S. Smith Gallery's past exhibitions covering various topics, projects and events.

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