Galleries at HCC


The HCC Art Galleries add educational and cultural value to the community through diverse modern and contemporary exhibitions, acquisitions and public artworks in all media. With gallery locations and public art on multiple HCC campuses, our vision is to be among Tampa’s premier art spaces, empowering students and others through experiential learning, while championing regional artists.

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Photo of Gallery 221


Gallery221 and its auxiliary space, Gallery3, provides access to contemporary art exhibitions across a range of topics at the Dale Mabry Campus.

Photo of Gallery 114


Located in Ybor City, Gallery114 adds to this historic Tampa neighborhood’s culturally and artistically rich community.

Mural titled Infinite Transitions


HCC’s public art program, Grounds4Art, brings art outside of the gallery and into community spaces.

Exhibit of items from HCC Permanent Art Collection

HCC Permanent Art Collection

Integrated into buildings across campuses, the HCC Permanent Art Collection consists of numerous works of art acquired over the last three decades.


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Donate to the HCC Art Galleries


Donate to the HCC Art Galleries by clicking the link below and selecting “Art Galleries” from the list of designations.

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