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Creative Aging and Lifelong Learning Survey


A group of adults gesture and converse as they dive into a work of art in the High's galleries.

Are you age sixty or over? If so, the High Museum of Art wants to hear from you!

Atlanta is one of the most rapidly aging cities in the United States. The Atlanta Regional Commission projects that one in four Metro Atlanta residents will be age sixty or over by 2030. This fall, our Creative Aging and Lifelong Learning team within the Education Department is partnering with the evaluation firm Audience Focus, Inc., to conduct audience research with local older adults. Results of this research will inform the High’s strategic vision for serving visitors ages sixty and older.

We are seeking Metro Atlanta residents ages sixty and older to participate in thirty-minute individual interviews that cover topics including interests and experiences with art and culture and perspectives on aging. If you are interested in taking part in one of these interviews, please complete the eligibility survey. You do not need to be a High member or to have visited the Museum recently to participate.

Creative Aging and Lifelong Learning Research Eligibility Survey

Those who meet all the eligibility requirements will schedule their interview immediately upon completing the survey using an online scheduler. Researchers will contact participants by email prior to their interview with more detailed instructions for joining the call. Interviewees will be given a free one-year membership (or membership extension) or a High Museum of Art coffee table book as a thank you for their participation in this important research.

For more information about Audience Focus, Inc., visit

For more information about the Creative Aging and Lifelong Learning department at the High, please contact