• Brenau University Galleries

    The Brenau University Galleries at the historic Gainesville, Georgia campus consist of four exhibition spaces and a permanent art collection. The Galleries serve as an educational and cultural resource for Northeast Georgia by way of free public programming and exhibitions.  A growing docent program allows the Galleries to accommodate free Read more [...]

  • Quinlan Visual Arts Center

    The Quinlan Visual Arts Center is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) charitable arts organization located in Gainesville, Georgia.  Founded initially as the Gainesville Arts Association in 1946, the organization has grown to the comprehensive visual arts center today providing only the best quality art education opportunities for all ages and Read more [...]

  • Elachee Nature Science Center

    Elachee is one of the premier environmental education centers in Georgia serving 35,000 students from more than 22 school systems and an additional 30,000 visitors to the museum and Preserve each year. Located in Chicopee Woods Nature Preserve, Elachee is celebrating more than 30 years of building environmental literacy for Read more [...]

  • Northeast Georgia History Center

    The mission of the Northeast Georgia History Center at Brenau University is to preserve and share the history of northeast Georgia. Our exhibits, historic structures, educational programming, and events connect people to the past so that they may better understand the present. We continue our mission through donations big and Read more [...]

  • Smithgall Arts Center

    The Arts Council Depot was built in 1914 as one of the only two-story railroad passenger stations in northeast Georgia. The building operated as a passenger station for the Jefferson and Southern Railroad until its purchase by the Gainesville Midland Railroad. In the 1940’s passenger service began to wane and the facility Read more [...]