Tucked away on an unassuming side street off of Peachtree Street in Buckhead is one of the hidden treasures of Atlanta---TULA Art Center. Once a thriving warehouse district, TULA was transformed into a gallery and studio complex in the early 1980's under the direction of Lil Friedlander. TULA currently is home to the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA), several galleries and over 30 working artists' studios. There is a diverse selection of paintings, photography and sculpture with styles ranging from traditional to contemporary. TULA is open to the public Tuesdays through Saturdays. Please contact the individual listings at left for business hours.
Move your mouse over a name at the left to see an example of the artist's work, or click on an artist's name to go to the artist's website.
TULA is part of the Bennett Street Art and Antiques District.
How to Find Us
Bennett Street is north of Piedmont Hospital and south of Peachtree Hills Avenue. Enter through Vita’s parking lot from Peachtree Road at the light. Tula Art Center is on the right, near the end of Bennett Street.