Exterior of SoChi Gallery

The SoChi Gallery is a unique, modern event space in historic downtown Macon. The elegant and sophisticated event space is approximately 1500 square feet – perfect for a cocktail party venue, pop up retail space or any corporate function.  The SoChi Gallery is conveniently located on Second Street, one block from Ginger Restaurant and close to other boutiques, shops and cafes in downtown Macon.

The gallery is famous for wedding receptions, parties, corporate functions, cultural events, press conference events, casting calls for upcoming movies, and much, much more. The gallery is also a hot spot for parties during various festivals such as the Macon Film Festival.

In 2005, owner and founder, Terrell Sandefur decided to move his home office to downtown Macon. With a keen eye for detail and a passion for historic buildings, Terrell envisioned an intimate spot in the heart of downtown Macon where he could work and throw occasional events. With 23 foot ceilings, a wide open space and a second floor loft, The SoChi Gallery opened its doors in 2008. Construction on the historic structure, which used to be the Yellow Cab Company, involved opening up the space to create an open concept and preserving the original brick to craft a classy, urban feel.

The SoChi Gallery is more than a simple venue to hold parties, product showcases, workshops and meetings. The space embodies a boutique feel, with full amenities, including an updated and modern bathroom, a full kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher and more. Bartenders, servers, and catering personnel can enjoy the large storage closet and counter space for food and drink preparation.

Numerous events held at The SoChi Gallery have featured seasoned and up and coming artists. If you’re an artist and would like to feature your art, contact us here.

Enjoy the big-city feel of this cool party space and contact us to schedule a tour!

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