The Ferst Center for the Arts, located on the campus of Georgia Tech, is a 970-seat theatre. New renovations make this the ideal venue for performances, films, lectures, conferences, and competitions. The Ferst Center’s recently renovated lobby is perfect for your next party, reception or smaller lectures, luncheons, and meetings. For general information on renting the Ferst Center, please click here.
For Ferst Center Technical Specifications please click here.
- Ticket Set-Up Form, if applicable
- Deposit of 25% rental fee & technical fees estimate (Internal billing form for campus groups)
Georgia Tech Departments and Student Organizations
Campus Departments are welcome to present lectures, meetings, receptions and events of all kinds in the Ferst Center for the Arts. Academic events may qualify for free rent, but this status must be confirmed with the Event Coordinator when setting up the contract for the event. All departments must pay for all other costs associated with using the Ferst Center, including but not limited to required labor, equipment, janitorial, set-up, etc. Important Note: Ferst Center Lighting, Sound, Followspot and AV Operators must be present when those systems are used. These expenses may not be reimbursed by an outside entity when the department is receiving free space rental. Please call the Event Coordinator at 404-894-2787 to check the availability of your date.
Georgia Tech student organizations are welcome to present events in the Ferst Center. Students are encouraged to speak with the Event Coordinator at 404-894-2787 to understand all the costs, requirements and expectations of presenting an event at the Ferst Center.
Student organizations may be eligible for Student Government Association (SGA) funding and should discuss this with the Event Coordinator. Important Note: The student organization must be the presenter of the event and must be listed in this manner on any advertisement of tickets for the event. Student organizations cannot permit off-campus organizations to use the Ferst Center by requesting usage through the student organization, and cannot be reimbursed for expenses by an outside entity.
Student organizations must provide a campus organizational representative that will be present at all pre-production meetings and at all times when using the facility, whether at rehearsal, performances or related events. The student organization’s faculty advisor and Student Organization Advisor must sign the Permit Agreement.