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ball made of thousands of hair-like strings - this has the appearance of a fabric koosh ball.

Event Details

September 30, 2022
10:00 am –3:00 pm


$17 per child
$16.50 per chaperone
Free with Museum Admission


High Museum of Art

Event Description

Join us for programming designed to serve small homeschool co-op groups and individual homeschool families! Homeschool Days are held four times during the school year, starting in September. Each session focuses on a new special exhibition and relevant curriculum connections, including docent-led tours in the galleries and taught workshops in the Greene Family Education Center.

Stephen Burks: Shelter in Place
September 30, 2022
10 a.m.–12 noon or 1–3 p.m.

Focus: Social Studies
Homeschool students will explore the intersections between craft, community, and industry in the work of designer Stephen Burks. They will learn about weaving traditions from the skilled craftspeople that Burks uplifts with his innovative designs, touching on such themes as sustainability and experimentation. This session includes a docent-led tour and a taught workshop.

Costs are $17 per child and the price of general admission per chaperone; this program is free for High Museum members. Caregivers must remain at the Museum during the entirety of the program.