A radically inclusive and diverse artistic community

This is the vision of Pulgram Gallery and arts programs at UUCA. Our quarterly art shows are centered around  accompanying worship themes, offering our community the chance to explore concepts in depth. Our themes in the past have ranged from Afrofuturism, to wild and holy bodies, to uncharted abstraction. Find Pulgram Gallery’s current show and accompanying programming here!

Imperfect Harmony

February 3-March 26

Imagine interpreting the concept of belonging through the lens of abstract art—a masterpiece that doesn’t confine itself to a single interpretation. It encourages a fluid and inclusive vision of community, where individual expressions contribute to a dynamic collective narrative .What does it mean to belong to each other? There is no golden ratio, where everyone fits perfectly together and simply remains there.

That is an illusion, a myth that ignores the best things about community: the way it is always shifting, struggling, learning and transforming.

View the online gallery of purchasable works here. 

PULGRAM GALLERY

Located on the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta campus, Pulgram Gallery is the renewed iteration of the oldest art gallery in Atlanta. Founded in 1967, UUCA’s gallery space has a long history of supporting local artists and presenting thoughtful exhibitions. Pulgram Gallery aims to continue that legacy and commit to cultivating a radically inclusive and diverse artistic community. Art is a vehicle for engaging in authentic conversations; Pulgram Gallery is a home for courageous connection through fine art.

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RUTH GOGEL ARTIST RESIDENCY

Named in honor of longtime UUCA member and curator, the Ruth Gogle Artist Residency offers selected artists 1-3 months of free studio space on the UUCA campus. Visiting artists will offer workshops and programs to engage with the UUCA community. 

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