through May 21


with the exception of the sky:

Works by Bethany Collins

2015 Hudgens Prize Recipient

Bethany Collins, Untitled (Guilty Until Proven Innocent) 2016.
10 x 6 3/4 inches. Charcoal on found paper




Also On View Through May 21


Erin McIntosh. Isotropic Blue, 2014. Acrylic on canvas. 60” x 72”

Erin McIntosh. Isotropic Blue, 2014. Acrylic on canvas. 60” x 72”

Thinking Through Art:
Blurring the Boundaries Between the Arts and Science
Interdisciplinary Collaborations Between Georgia Gwinnett College Students
& Works by Erin McIntosh




Individuality: smART Program Exhibit




Coming Soon!



Photo: Rinne Allen


handcrafted in the south

Exhibition curated by Angela Nichols
On view: June 7 – September 24, 2016

Featuring Works By:
Natalie Chanin – Alabama Chanin
Susan Hable – Hable Construction
Rita Mae Pettway – Gee’s Bend Quilter
Rebecca Wood – R. Wood Studio


Also On View:

RECLAIMED: Creative Expressions from Creative Enterprises


Programs & Events:

Reception, June 11, 2-4:00 pm
Family Day, August 20
Toddler Fridays, June 24, July 29 & August 26
Makers Rally, August 27, 9-5:00 pm
Handmade Market, September 10, 11-6:00 pm


Indie Craft Experience


The Handmade Market is presented in partnership with the Indie Craft Experience. Vendor applications will be accepted in early June!




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