The Georgia Tech campus is home to a growing collection of extraordinary public art. In September 2019, Georgia Tech unveiled two new works by Atlanta sculptor Martin Dawe. Celebrating the first African American matriculants at Georgia Tech in 1961, Ford Greene, Ralph Long, Jr., and Lawrence Williams, Three Pioneers rests in Harrison Square; The First Graduate, a statue of Ronald Yancey, the first African American graduate of Georgia Tech, is prominently placed on the interior steps of the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons. The spring and summer of 2021 saw the installation on Tech Walkway of the mural Culture of Inclusion by Atlanta artist Fabian Williams, and the Progress Pride staircase by Georgia Tech alum, Ting. 2022 ushered in a plethora of interactive art installations and community-created collaborations. Browse through the gallery to learn about these and other works, and then come visit them in person.

Use the search bars below to find specific works or just browse the gallery, and click on each for more information. You can also check the Arts box as a "Location" on the campus map to see the entire collection.