Gallery and Museum


The Robert F. Agrella art gallery serves as a resource to develop an appreciation and understanding of the visual arts. As an extension of the educational program of the Art Department, the gallery serves both the Santa Rosa Campus and community through its series of exhibits, informational brochures, and lectures. The gallery presents works of excellence in many media with an emphasis on artists not generally seen in this area.

Located on the first floor of the Doyle Library, the gallery is readily accessible during its scheduled exhibits. Monday through Thursdays, 10:30 am to 4:00 pm  (closed Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and School Holidays).


The Santa Rosa Junior College Multicultural Museum serves to promote awareness and appreciation for, and communicate the beauty and uniqueness of native cultures of the world. Changing exhibits feature both traditional and contemporary art and technology of Native Americans, as well as Latinx, Asian, Oceanic, and African cultures. The Elsie Allen Family Collection of Pomo basketry is always featured. The Museum offers self-guided tours to community and educational groups. Traditional dances and informative lectures are sponsored during the school year.

The museum is an integral part of the Native American Studies and Anthropology curricula of the Behavioral Sciences Department.

The SRJC Multicultural Museum is housed in Bussman Hall north of the Administration Building.

Please visit our website for current hours, online exhibits, and tour information: