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The Hudgens Center for the Arts will be presenting a major exhibition of works by artist Andy Warhol, featuring 36 silkscreen prints from 1974 through his last series in 1986. We encourage you to join us for the pARTy of the season at this year’s opening of the blockbuster exhibit:

WORKS BY WARHOL
From the Wes and Missy Cochran Collection

 

Tickets are $75 for Members and $100 for non-Members

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Exhibitions Currently On View

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Ted Saupe, Tall Lidded Jar, 2015, hand built porcelain, 28” x 11.5” diameter


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UGA Clay Now

Works by Faculty, Instructors & Current Graduate Students from the Ceramics Department at the University of Georgia in Athens.

Jamie Diaz
Maria Dondero

Mark Johnson
Aaron Obenza
Rich Panico

Ted Saupe
Georgia Strange
Dan Vu
Minsoo Yuh
Sunkoo Yuh

 

 

 

The Cup Show:
The Hudgens 1st National Cup Exhibition

Part juried show, part invitational, this exhibit features close to 300 Ceramic cups, all for sale. Special thanks to Carr McCuiston of Signature for selecting the works and artists.

Artists: AJ Argentina, Posey Bacopoulos, Noel Benedict, Rick Berman, Jorie Berman, Ginger Birdsey, Jeff Brown, Kira Call, Amy Chase, Glenn Dair, Israel Davis, Chandra Debuse, Jamie Diaz, Maria Dondero, Keith Ekstam, Johanna Engebrecht, Mark Errol, Angel Estrella, Richard Farrow, Lydia Ferwerda, Donna Flanery, Brett Freund, Annette Gates, Tina Gebhart, Juana Gnecco, Krista Grecco, Nancy Green, Barry Gregg, Jack Halpern, Phil Haralam, Julie Harbers, Michael Hardy, Kelly Harris, Stephen Heywood, Janis Wilson Hughes, Judy Isaak, Mark Johnson, Karl Kalbaugh, David Kaufmann, Matt Kelleher, Lucien Koonce, Yoonjee Kwak, Glynnis Lessing, Amy Marie Mahler, Michele Maki, LeAnne McClurg Cambric, Sean McGivney, Didem Mert, Andy Nasisse, Connie Norman, Lorraine Olderman, Christian Ottaway, Douglas Peck, Doug Peltzman, Ronan Peterson, Patricia Petit, Claire Prenton, Cynthia Prince, Kevin Ramler, Steven Ramsey, Dow Redcorn, Adrina Richard, Justin Rothshank, Lora Rust, David Sackett, Jim Sandefur, Vincent Sansone, Masayuki Sasaki, Ted Saupe, Michael Schmidt, Richard Shivers, Ric Skees, Liz Smith, Georgia Strange, Rebekah Strickland, Robert Sturgess, Beth Tarkington, Sarah Teasley, Shoko Teruyama, Jake Vinson, Dan Vu, Mikey Walsh, Suzanne Wolfe, Minsoo Yuh, Sunkoo Yuh

ALL CUPS ARE OFFERED FOR SALE

 

Works by Margaret Parsons Andrews

Margaret Parsons Andrews was one of the driving forces behind the formation of The Hudgens Center for the Arts over thirty years ago. The Education Department at the art center is named in her honor. We are pleased to host this Exhibition to honor Margaret’s life and vision for the arts in Gwinnett.

 

Works by Bill Heerman 

This exhibit represents the tremendous outpouring of creative energy of Bill Heerman, a long time student and friend of The Hudgens. These works were selected from the ceramics collections of his friends, family and colleagues.

 

Selected Works from the Permanent Collection

The Hudgens is fortunate to be the steward of a sizable collection of close to 150 works of art in varying mediums. We are pleased to present Selected Works from the Permanent Collection, on view in the Rowe Promenade on a continual basis.

 

Exhibitions on view through September 19, 2015

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Congratulations to our 2015 Hudgens Prize winner,

 Bethany Collins!

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L-r: Angela Nichols, Bethany Collins, Teresa Osborn
Photographer: Dylan York

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JOIN US THIS MONTH FOR TODDLER FRIDAY
September 25th, 10:30-12:30 pm


Mark your calendars now for our newest art program for toddlers and their caregivers.

The last Friday of every month The Hudgens will present an arts program for children ages 1 to 4.

Free for Family Members and $7 per child for non-Members. Sibling discount is $2.00 OFF.