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young Asian child models a red and white jacket on a runway in the center of the Robinson Atrium. Sol LeWitt's colorful, geometric Wall Drawing #729 is visible in the background.

The High Museum of Art was built on donations: our first permanent home was itself a gift. And we have received countless donations since. Look around our campus, and you’ll see the names of supporters everywhere—on our buildings and in our galleries. Of course, there are many more donors whose names you won’t find on a sign, but you can see their impact in everything we do. It’s because of their help and yours that we are able to expand the Museum’s collection with important artworks, organize special exhibitions with local and international artists, and create educational programs for learners of all ages. In the past year alone, your support has allowed us to serve a diverse audience of hundreds of thousands, including tens of thousands of students. We’ve introduced visitors to work from more than four thousand artists from six continents, and we’ve kept it fresh with more than twenty exhibitions. We’ve also hosted events ranging from our First Fridays series and Teen Nights to Teacher Appreciation Days. None of this would have been possible without your generosity. To everyone who has supported the High Museum of Art by making a donation, becoming a member, volunteering your time and efforts, and spreading the love of art in our community—you have our deepest appreciation. Thank you for all you do.