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Georgia Museum of Art

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The Georgia Museum of Art was founded in 1945 and became open to the public in 1948. Both its facilities and collection have grown consistently since its early days. Today, the venue is in a contemporary building in the university’s Performing and Visual Arts Complex, housing 10,000-plus objects in its permanent collection. As an academic museum and, since 1982, the official art museum of Georgia, this venue provides a one-of-kind setting for couples to say “I do.” 

The Georgia Museum of Art is located on the campus of the University of Georgia and can accommodate a variety of events, whether they're intimate gatherings or large receptions. 

Booking a private event at the Georgia Museum of Art helps us keep admission free to all. 

Facilities and Capacity

This venue offers several indoor and outdoor spaces to host your event. 

-The Grand Hall features over-sized windows, maple paneling, brushed steel, illuminated milk glass, and gray terrazzo floors. It can accommodate 270 seated guests or 350 standing. 

-The Sculpture Garden is an outdoor space that includes changing sculpture exhibitions by female sculptors, cement tiles lined with Liriope, bamboo, and a waterfall fountain. With room for a 30-by-45-foot tent, this space can hold 140–170 seated guests or 225 standing. 

-The venue’s Education Center is ideal for more intimate gathering and features floor-to-ceiling views of the university’s Performing and Visual Arts Complex. It can accommodate 40 seated guests or 75 standing.

Amenities

We offer a robust amenities list for every event. The following items are included in the facility fee:

18- 60" Round banquet tables160- black resin folding chairs9- 6' rectangular banquet tables10- high or low cocktail tablesBBJ Classic Linens for the Tables that we provideVenue ManagerSetup/Breakdown of house tables and chairsIn-house furniture for additional seating

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