- Since its organization in 1981, the Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for Art & Learning has grown from a grassroots effort into a thriving center for the arts. The original 14,000-square-foot Hudgens Center featured 4,000 square feet of gallery space, a large education department, and an additional 28,000 square feet comprising the Al Weeks Sculpture Garden, which graces the eastern side of the building. In 2000 an additional 20,000 square feet of galleries, classrooms and performance space was added to the Center, bringing it up to its current size and configuration.
MARTA Accessible No Handicapped Accessible Yes Hearing Impaired Accessible No Visually Impaired Accessible No Indoor Yes Outdoor No Parking: The Center is located in the Gwinnett Center complex at the end furthest from the Arena. Parking is free. If parking for classes, please park near the sculpture garden fence at the far left of the parking lot. Follow the sidewalk to the left, around to the School Entrance at the rear of the building. The sign on the wall says "Fine Arts School," and there is a canopy over the door.