Jes Schrom: Confession – Kistner Atrium
Needles & Threads: Gwinnett Celebrates Traditional Fiber Arts – Georgia Gallery
Selected Works from the Permanent Collection – Rowe Promenade
Visit our Calendar pages to see more information about our events & exhibits.
The Hudgens Center is proud to be the recipient of a 2012 Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce Pinnacle Non-Profit Small Business Award
About the Hudgens
The Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts showcases a range of artwork in our galleries throughout the year, highlighting a wide variety of media, from paintings, drawings and prints to pottery and sculpture.
Classes, Outreach and Other Features
The Hudgens offers fine art classes for adults & children, summer art camps, and outreach programs (go to Education to learn more about these programs), facility rentals for special events, and much more.
The Hudgens also features a lovely gift shop filled with paintings, pottery, prints, glass art, jewelry, art supplies, books and other fun gift items; an interactive Children’s Art Zone with make & take art stations, musical stations, a giant kaleidoscope, a puppet theatre and a well-stocked reading nook; and the award-winning Al Weeks Sculpture Garden, recently designated an Audubon Society Wildlife Refuge.
Mission Statement: Bringing art lovers, leaders and learners together through quality programs and exhibits.
The Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts is a non-profit organization supported through the generosity of many private patrons, corporations and foundations.
Inclement Weather: In the case of inclement weather, The Hudgens follows Gwinnett County Public Schools and is closed when GCPS are closed for weather reasons. View our full Policy on the Admissions & Hours page.