Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville
Douglas County Master Plan
Lord Aeck Sargent worked with the Cultural Arts Council (CAC) of Douglasville/Douglas County on a master plan for gallery and classroom expansion.
Currently, the CAC uses the first floor rooms of the house for gallery space and special events and meetings; administrative offices are upstairs. The CAC has a permanent collection of works by outstanding Georgia artists, which are displayed throughout the Center.
- Key components of the master plan include:
- New gallery space
- New music and special events space
- New arts classrooms
- Improvements to outdoor sculpture garden
- Renovation of existing arts center
The CAC was founded in 1986 when it purchased the historic Roberts/Mozley house in the heart of Douglasville for use as a community arts center. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the graceful two-story Greek Revival home was built by a U.S. Senator in 1901, and its rescue by the CAC was a catalyst for the development of the historic district in Douglasville.
Practice AreasMuseums & Galleries
Theatres & Auditoriums