Join us for a workshop inspired by the High’s exhibition Disrupting Design: Modern Posters, 1900–1940. Explore the exhibition, investigate visual dynamics, and then work independently to design your own posters using various print techniques and typographical forms.
Hear from Monica Obniski, the High’s Decorative Arts and Design curator, as she discusses the works of the designers featured in Disrupting Design: Modern Posters, 1900–1940 and contextualizes the emergence of graphic design in Europe during this period.
On the third Friday of every month, you’ll enjoy music, drinks, and art. Each month will feature a different style of jazz, from straight ahead to free jazz, bebop to swing, and more.
Join professional museum educators in looking closely at artworks in the Museum’s collection: one work, thirty minutes, deep conversations and discoveries. All curious and eager learners are welcome!
Mark your calendar for this special evening with Spelman College Museum of Fine Art’s new executive director, Dr. Liz Andrews. Dr. Andrews will discuss the significance of the Obama portraits in the context of presidential portraiture and U.S. visual culture.
Atlanta-based photographer Sheila Pree Bright used her Picturing the South commission to explore the verdant and contentious landscape of Stone Mountain. Bright will be in conversation with Dr. Hilary N. Green, associate professor of history at the University of Alabama. Don’t miss this conversation that explores Bright’s process and ideas behind capturing Confederate monuments in her work. […]