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Georgia Tech College of Design

Formerly known as the College of Architecture

Stubbins Gallery

THE FAMILY OF MAN in the original gallery space circa 1955, left, and Catie Newell and colleague Joe Proper installing AFTER CURFEW in 2014, right.

Presenting Design for our World

Named in honor of noted alumnus Hugh Stubbins, the Stubbins Gallery is dedicated to developing exhibitions of intellectual and academic merit, to showing innovative work in our disciplines, and to celebrating the work of our students, faculty, and alumni.

The gallery is located on the second floor of the Architecture East Building on the Georgia Tech campus, adjacent to the offices of the Dean of the College of Design, and directly above the Reinsch-Pierce Family Auditorium.

The gallery is open to the public. Operating hours follow those of the College of Design's Dean's office, normally from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.

Spring 2017 Exhibitions

CLAIRE WEISZ : PORTMAN STUDIO CRITIC

13 January - 3 February

ID@GATECH

curated by Joyce Medina
8 February - 1 March

WORK FROM THE VENTULETT STUDIOS

curated by Marc Simmons
6 March - 7 April

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN : NEW WORK

curated by Joyce Medina
12 April - 4 May

Cohen Gallery [aka "The Bridge"]:
I SEE WHAT YOU DID THERE : BARCELONA

curated by Mark Cottle and Sabir Khan
27 January - 17 February

HINES-ULI COMPETITION ENTRIES

curated by Ellen Dunham-Jones
21 February - 3 March

PHD RESEARCH : DIVERGENCE

curated by Thanos Economou
6 March - 7 April

THE BRIDGING : A TIE BETWEEN YOUR TALENT AND ARCHITECTURE

curated by Women in Architecture
10 - 16 April