Welcome to the Office of the Arts


Georgia Tech serves as a home for artists, students, and faculty working at the innovative and inspiring intersection of art, science, and technology. 
The Office of the Arts is here to support this work and bring exciting, fun, and provocative offerings to the campus for all to enjoy. Whether you're an undergraduate living in the dorms or a native Atlantan, a tourist or a visiting professor, you'll find a way to get creative!

The Office of the Arts, part of the Division of Student Life, coordinates the Arts@Tech Performance Series, oversees operation of the recently renovated Ferst Center for the Arts, and works with the Georgia Tech Arts Advisory Board and the Georgia Tech Arts Council on the strategic direction, collaboration, and promotion of campus arts experiences. 

Explore this website to learn about the events onstage at the Ferst Center, the Arts@Tech Performance Series, the artworks installed as part of the Public Art program on campus, the myriad opportunities for artist engagement and student creativity, and much more.

The Georgia Institute of Technology is a creative campus where the Office of the Arts leads initiatives at the nexus of science, arts, engineering, and technology.

The Office of the Arts at the Georgia Institute of Technology embeds creative experiences into the lives and learning of Georgia Tech students, the broader campus community, and the greater Atlanta region.

Georgia Tech Office of the Arts
Phone: 404-894-2787
Fax: 404-894-9864
Email: info@arts.gatech.edu

Complete staff list with contact information.

The Office of the Arts is located in Suite 233 of the Charles Smithgall Student Services Building, 353 Ferst Drive NW, on the Midtown Atlanta campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology.

The Ferst Center for the Arts is located at 349 Ferst Drive NW, Atlanta, GA 30332.

The USPS mailing address for both the Ferst Center and the Office of the Arts is 353 Ferst Drive NW, Suite 233, Atlanta, GA 30332-4068.

Driving and Parking directions to the Ferst Center for the Arts.