Facilities: Exhibition Area (2 galleries).
Activities: Temporary Exhibitions.
The Atlanta College of Art Gallery mounts exhibitions of regional, national, and international importance in addition to showing student, faculty, and alumni work. It also sponsors a visiting artists lecture series. Also of possible interest is Gallery 100, a student-run gallery, hosting weekly student shows featuring individual and group work.
Interior view of gallery duriiig opening reception for “POP Goes the Plastic: The Visual and Cultural Aesthetic of a New Technology, 1960-1975” at Atlanta International Museum. Photograph courtesy of Atlanta International Museum, Atlanta. Georgia.
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Atlanta International Museum
Activities: Gallery Tours (groups, reserve in advance); Lectures; Temporary Exhibitions.
Publications: newsletter, “Passport” (quarterly).
The mission of the Atlanta International Museum is to promote a better understanding among peoples of the world through examination of society’s art, design, and culture. A non-collecting institution, the Museum celebrates humankind’s creative achievements in the visual arts both through exhibitions of architecture, art/culture, and design/technology and through a comprehensive program of scholarship, education, community outreach, and related activities.
CaHanwolde Fine Arts Center – Callanwolde Gallery
Housed a Gothic-Tudor mansion (1920) listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center is a non-profit organization bringing the visual, literary, and performing arts to the public year round. The Callanwolde Gallery, located on the second floor, offers eight one-person exhibitions each vear, showcasing the work of area artists.
Exterior view of Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, former home of Charles Howard Candler, eldest son of Asa Candler, founder of Coca-Cola company. Photograph by Richard Lubrant, courtesy of Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Atlanta, Georgia.