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The Ralph Hurst Art Gallery 

In 2004, TCC acquired the prestigious Ralph Hurst Collection through the generous donation of the late sculptor and educator Ralph Hurst and his wife Jean. A gallery was built to house the collection, which resides in the lobby of the Fine & Performing Arts Building.

The Ralph Hurst Gallery showcases TCC's permanent collection, which highlights the career of Ralph Hurst and includes, in addition to his work, the work of other notable artists such as our own Ruth Deshaies and Roland Hockett.

For more information and additional works by Ralph Hurst, please visit the websites below.

The Fine Art Gallery is open Monday thru Friday from 12:30 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. 

Directions to the Art Gallery:  

Enter the main entrance of the Fine & Performing Arts Center. The Art Gallery is in Room 109.


Contact Information

For more information contact the Division of Communications and Humanities by phone (850) 201-6070 or e-mail

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