As an integral part of the Brenau University academic community, the Brenau University Galleries serve as a visual arts resource for the educational and cultural enrichment of its immediate university community, North Georgia, and the Southeast. Click here to learn more about the history of Brenau Galleries.
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Brenau Univesity Galleries host rotating exhibitions featuring works by national and international artists, local and regional artists, as well as by Brenau University students, faculty and alumni artists. Click here to learn more about current and upcoming exhibitions.
Banner Image Credit: Bryan Collier (American, born 1967)“And tomorrow YOUR NATION . . . will be what you want it to be.” from Hey Black Child, 2017, Written by Useni Eugene Perkins, Watercolor and collage on Arches watercolor… Read More
Monday, October 26th 6:30-7:30 p.m. Join Brenau University and Dr. Michael Stubblefield for a virtual evening of flight and fancy celebrating the history of scientific bird artwork. Stubblefield is an avid nature photographer, birder and art collector. His… Read More
We hosted our very first virtual “Yoga in the Gallery” event on June 17th. A recording of that session is now available for your use! Join Emilie Cook of Find Your Center Yoga in Gainesville, GA (http://www.findyourcenter-yoga.com/) and the… Read More
The works in this exhibition exist within a rich tradition of historical genre painting – landscape, portraiture, and still life. While diverse in their application, these genres have existed in some form as far back as people have… Read More
GRL PWR Curator’s Statement Since its inception, Brenau Galleries has brought extraordinary exhibitions from prominent women artists and unique group exhibitions to the campus of its historic Women’s College and the Gainesville community. These exhibitions helped to distinguish… Read More
On loan from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Ivester in the Brenau Downtown Center are 30 oil paintings and watercolors by American artist Charles Webster Hawthorne (1872-1930). Hawthorne was renowned for his portraits and genre paintings,… Read More