Exhibits

NEW EXHIBITS NOW ON VIEW:

 

 

Artists as Friends:

A Celebration of Self-Expression, Creativity & Friendships

Curated by James W. Jackson

January 13 – March 21, 2015

Image: Phyllis Stephens, Roll Call, Vintage Fabrics

 

 

FEATURING WORKS BY:

Freddie Styles & Carl Christian

Lucinda Bunnen & Judy Lampert

Amalia Amaki & Lisa Tuttle

Mario Petrirena & Tina Dunkley

Okeeba Jubalo & Cecil Bernard

Phyllis Stephens & Stephanie Jackson

 


 

JOIN US FOR THESE UPCOMING EXHIBITION PROGRAMS:

 

January 24th

Opening Reception 7-9 pm

January 24th

Member’s Preview & Artist’s Talks 6 pm

February 7th

10am – 5pm FREE Family DayAdmission All Day

11am – 1pm Hands-on Activities and Artist Demonstrations

10:30am & 11:30am – Story times presented in partnership with Gwinnett County Public Library

March 7th

Visit with Collector, James W. Jackson 2pm

Jan 30th, Feb 27th & Mar 27th

Toddler Fridays 10:30 am – 1pm

Free for members and $7 per child for non-members

Drop in anytime between the hours of 10:30am and 1pm for some storybook time and a hands on activity with your little one.



Also on view:

Intertwined: Contemporary Southeastern Fiber Art

Invited Artist Images Collage 1The Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance (SEFAA) organized Intertwined as a way of celebrating and marking the fifth      anniversary of their regional fibers arts organization.  Intertwined was conceived in two parts; a regional juried  competition and a very selective invitational:  The juried competition was open to artists working in any fiber-  related form or process, and will bring attention to the best contemporary fiber work being produced in the  Southeast.

 Dorothy Moye served as the juror.  The invitational segment honors a select group of artists instrumental in the  establishment, development, and on-going growth of SEFAA – Jennifer Crenshaw, Lynn Pollard, Leisa Rich,  Tommye Scanlin, and Karen Tunnell.

 

 


 

Selected Works from the Permanent Collection

 

This exhibit and its programs are proudly sponsored by:

THE PRIMERICA FOUNDATION

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The Hudgens Center is proud to have been the recipient of a 2012 Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce Pinnacle Non-Profit Small Business Award