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Art and Inclusion


A mother holds her daughter up above her head in the Museum Atrium in front of a bright mural by Sol Lewitt.

At the High, we embrace inclusivity as a core value—and as a measurable objective. 

In 2020, we released our first Art + Inclusion report, with a further commitment to updating our progress via this dashboard annually. 

While it marks our progress, it more importantly establishes a baseline to guide the Museum‘s ongoing dialogue about what‘s next. 

We certainly do not have all the answers. We understand that there is progress that is not “graphable.” And we‘re aware that we‘ve not achieved the full measure of change to which we aspire. 

However, we will continue steadfastly toward our goal of being a place where all Atlanta is comfortable coming together. Achieving that will take continuous focus and the relentless reinforcement of inclusivity as integral to everything we do. 

—Rand Suffolk, Nancy and Holcombe T. Green, Jr., Director 


Listen to Rand Suffolk’s interview on WABE’s “City Lights” with host Lois Reitzes.