Decatur Agnes Scott College – Dalton Galleries

Facilities: Botanical Garden; Exhibition Area (4,000 square feet; additional 2.000 square feet apart): Sculpture Garden: Shop.

Activities: Arts Festival: Concerts: Education Programs (adults and children); Films: Guided Tours; Lectures: Temporary Exhibitions: Traveling Exhibitions.

Publications: newsletter. “Arts Clips & Sketches” (monthly); newsletter, “Artsline” (quarterly).

Owned and operated by Gwinnett Council for the Arts, the Fine Arts Center presents a continuous calendar of visual arts exhibits, performing arts programs, and quarterly sessions of art classes for all ages. The adjoining 28,000-square-foot A1 Weeks Sculpture Garden is also a part of the Center.

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Gainesville Brenau University – Brenau University Galleries

Performances; Temporary Exhibitions (7-9/year); Traveling Exhibitions: Workshops (1/year matched with exhibition for K-12 students).

Publications: brochure/catalogue.

As an integral part of the Brenau University academic community, the Brenau University Galleries provide exhibitions and programs that identify and enhance artistic talent, respond to issues of special relevance to women, advance scholarship in the visual arts, and encourage understanding and appreciation of diverse cultures. The gallery program evolved from small annual showings of student and faculty work to more extensive exhibitions in the mid-1980s. In 1990-91, Brenau strengthened its support of Fine Arts and gallery programs by renovating the 1914 former library building to create the new Simmons Visual Arts Center. This renovation added a second gallery on the Brenau campus: the large Sellars Gallery on the main floor of the Simmons Visual Arts Center adjacent to the Presidents Gallery in the Pearce Auditorium Building.

Kennesaw State University Art Galleries

Facilities: Exhibition Area (2 galleries).

Activities: Lectures; Temporary Exhibitions.

Publications: exhibition catalogues (occasional).

The Sturgis Library and Fine Arts galleries (the latter located in the Mac \V”Ison Building) present contemporary and traditional art through curated and traveling exhibitions. The galleries also present five senior student art exhibitions, a juried student show, and an alumni invitational exhibition annually. There are approximately fifteen shows each year. The permanent collection consists of 215 paintings and works on paper.

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