Creative adventures await you at the High Museum of Art! We offer programs and hands-on activities for families throughout the year.
At the High, we believe art can help us understand the world, develop empathy, foster collaboration, and sharpen our critical and creative thinking.
First-time visitors and regular museumgoers alike can gain fresh perspectives on art from expert talks, guided tours, and more.
High school and college students are invited to join us for special teen programming and internship and fellowship opportunities.
LINK is the High's new digital platform for scholarly content. Explore in-depth articles, interactive content, high-resolution images, archival materials, videos, and more.
Dive into art at the High! Young artists can explore the Museum’s galleries, create original artworks, and showcase their masterpieces in a special exhibition each week.
Create a lifelong passion for art by becoming a docent at the High.
View virtual exhibitions, an ultra-high-resolution image of a masterpiece by Claude Monet, and high-res photography of objects from our collections.
Thanks to an initiative funded by the Mellon Foundation, curators and graduate fellows from the department of art history at Emory University are working together to investigate selected artworks.
Over the past decade, the High Museum of Art has initiated a series of local, regional, and international partnerships that redefined a new role for museums and their resources.
Interested in learning more about the High? Through our Speakers Series, you may schedule a High representative to visit your group.
Make an appointment to view works on paper not on display in the Museum. Individual visitors and small groups are welcome.
Stay connected to the High with virtual content you can enjoy from home.