The Jacqueline Case Hudgens Center for theArts features a variety of artwork that are displayed in its galleries all year long. The art pieces in the center focus on the different forms of art, including paintings, prints, drawings, sculpture, and pottery.
Formerly the Arts Council, the Center was organized in 1981 and from being an ordinary institution, it has transformed into a prosperous center for the arts. The Center first occupied the Williams House in Lawrenceville, which was renovated in 1983. Six years after, another facility the historic Lawrenceville Post Office, was renovated by the Board and staff, providing bigger space to the Museum. In 1993, much bigger space was made available to the Museum when it moved to the Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts at the Gwinnett Center.
The 14,000-square foot Center boasts of a 4,000-square foot gallery space as well as a large education department, and the 28,000-square foot Al Weeks Sculpture Garden gracing the building?s eastern side.
The Center houses its own gift shop that offers art works such as pottery, paintings, glass, jewelry, art supplies, books, and other gift items.
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