Visit the Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts houses the Fowler Gallery, the Rowe Promenade, the Education Gallery and the Kistner Atrium. Each space showcases artwork highlighting paintings, drawings and prints to pottery and sculpture.
The Hudgens also features the Glass Pyramid Art Shop, a children’s Art Zone, and the Al Weeks Sculpture Garden.
We offer classes, facility rentals, summer camps and much more. Visit The Hudgens today and explore the artist within you!
Glass Pyramid Art Shop
The Hudgens features the Glass Pyramid Art Shop, with one-of-a kind gifts of a wide variety. We have a lovely selection of paintings, prints, photography, pottery, handpainted silk scarves, and handcrafted jewelry from Georgia artists.
We have a large selection of beautiful gift items, from handbags & wallets to wine accessories & jewelry, for under $20.
The Children’s Art Shop has all children’s books on sale, plus art supplies and great gift items for the child in your life.
Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired, Food and Party Facilities
Since its organization in 1981, the Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts (formerly the Arts Council) has grown from a grassroots effort into a thriving center for the arts.
In 1983, the Board of Directors renovated the Council’s first home – the 2,000 sq ft Williams House in Lawrenceville.
In 1989, the Board and staff once again renovated a facility, this time the historic Lawrenceville Post Office, which provided a ‘spacious’ 7,000 sq ft building and served the Council until 1993, when the Council moved to the new Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts at the Gwinnett Center.
The original 14,000 sq ft Hudgens Center for the Arts featured 4,000 sq ft of gallery space, a large education department, and an additional 28,000 sq ft comprising the Al Weeks Sculpture Garden, which graces the eastern side of the building.
Enormous commitment and energy was expended in raising private funds to build the Center and to create the accompanying endowment.
An additional 20,000 sq ft of galleries, classrooms and performance space was added to the Center, bringing it up to the current size and configuration.
Phone - Address & Website
Phone: 770-623-6002 - Address: 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Bldg 300, Duluth, GA 30097 Directions From I-85: Take Sugarloaf Parkway exit; turn west on Sugarloaf Parkway (towards the Gwinnett Center). At the second light, turn left onto Satellite Boulevard. Take the first right into the Gwinnett Center; we are located at the far left end of the Center – furthest from the Arena. - Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts Website
Open: Tuesday through Saturday 10 am to 5 pm - Closed for Thanksgiving and December