Renovation and Capital Campaign 2013
WE HAVE TRANSFORMED OUR CENTER!For 40 years, we have played a vital role in Atlanta’s cultural landscape through provocative exhibitions, commissions of new works, subsidized studios, and publications. Our educational programs have helped make contemporary art accessible to school groups, collectors, patrons, and the general public. This past summer, as part of our 40th anniversary celebrations, we engaged Brian Bell and David Yocum, of the Atlanta architecture firm BLDGS, to create an updated and more efficient Center that allows for increased functionality and visual clarity.
We are thankful for the support of our community and we thank the generosity of the Atlanta Foundation, Aaron & Angel Goldman Family Foundation, Massey Charitable Trust, Rich Foundation, Tim & Lauren Schrager Family Foundation, The Tull Charitable Foundation, Vasser Woolley Foundation, WISH Foundation, and Woodward Fund, as well as numerous individuals.
The renovated ACAC offers:
- A new Lecture Hall and Event Space for educational programs and social gatherings
- A redesigned Lobby, Reception areas, and Restrooms to meet the needs of our visitors
- A redesigned Resource Room with natural light, with new publications and media
- New energy-efficient HVAC and lighting systems
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Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, 535 Means Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
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