Welcome to our campus, and thanks for stopping by! We love visitors.
OUR CAMPUS INCLUDES:
Artist Studios & Gift Shop
Complete with A/C, ADA bathrooms and common kitchen and work areas, these two buildings include individual studio space for 10 artists.
Donated to us in partnership with the Macon Museum of Arts and Sciences, the Wunderkammer is a repurposed shipping container that has been turned into an outdoor art gallery. Intended to push the envelope for bringing new audiences to the arts, the Wunderkammer is already alive with monthly shows for elementary and middle school age kids who can’t display their art indoors because of COVID. We are also working with Macon/Bibb County on developing arts programming for kids, and expect this gallery to continue to bring in new faces and new interest to the arts.
A Large storage facility named for Nelson Gutman. NELS was a bigger than life character who provided the spark to get this place started. Besides running the Art Show at the Bonnaru Festival each year, he was an accomplished artist and street painter. He tagged the building with his “NELS” tag before he passed. This building can also be used for fabrication of large installations. With a door opening of 16’X16”, clear height f 26 feet and 400 amps of power, we can accommodate almost anything you can design.
In addition to the exterior surfaces of each of the buildings, our campus includes many other innovative and/or artistic displays. Coming in 2021 is the Triangle Art Walk, which will take visitors on a tour of interesting and creative displays in the grounds surrounding Triangle Arts Macon. Funded in part through a grant from VISIT MACON, this project includes images of famous Macon music icons and world figures as well as dozens of displays from local artists and groups.
Theater of the Absurd
This quonset hut building is named after the art form that Johnny Mo and Rhonda Miller are pioneering here at Triangle. Much like the “Abstract” movement of the early 1900’s, “Absurdism” is a response to the “New Normal” that much of our country is facing as we try to make sense of the great divide in political thinking. We clearly stand on the side of human rights and affording basic dignity to all citizens, visitors and immigrants, regardless of race, creed, sexual preference or country of origin. This building is a place to meet , play and work. It has an indoor basketball court for our members, several studios and storage area for artist materials we make available to any artists who are looking for items to incorporate into their art.
We have the largest collection of street art in Middle Georgia. Each of our buildings has been almost completely covered with clever, innovative street art designed to impress even the most critical eye.