Gallery Students from SFCC arrange jewelry at RDG.

The Red Dot Gallery (RDG) is a project of Santa Fe Community College and operates as an innovative learning laboratory for students interested in business, marketing, entrepreneurship and art gallery operations.

RDG regularly features artwork and concepts by SFCC students, faculty, staff and alumni.

Exhibitions and programming also include our academic partners in New Mexico: the Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe University of Arts & Design, Central New Mexico College, Clovis Community College, the New Mexico School for the Arts, Northern New Mexico College, and the University of New Mexico.


Gallery Students from SFCC set up an installation at RDG.


Recent independently curated shows have featured artists from Northern New Mexico, a contemporary Indian Arts exhibition curated by Diné photographer Will Wilson, Axle Contemporary, New Mexico Women in the Arts, SCUBA Art Collective, and Linda ViVona among others.

The RDG also contributes to the creative economy of Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico by working with Creative Start Ups, the Santa Fe Small Business Development Center, the Santa Fe Business Incubator, and the New Mexico Lawyers for the Arts.


Matthew Morrow, Gallery Associate, adjusts lighting settings for the 2015 Holiday Art Show.


The RDG is made possible through the generous support of Zane Bennett Contemporary Art of Santa Fe.