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!
Hear from photographer Jim Goldberg as he discusses his new series of pictures that are part of his Picturing the South commission. He will discuss his process and the project with collaborator Laura Wexler, professor of American Studies and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and co-chair of the Women’s Faculty Forum at Yale.
Atlanta’s favorite DJs join us every first Friday for a cultural experience designed to raise the vibration.
Curious about Picturing the South: 25 Years? Inquiring Minds invites participants to explore the exhibition through small group conversation facilitated by museum educators.
On the second Sunday of each month, we offer FREE admission for all visitors!
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.
The Holiday Artisan Market at the High Museum of Art is a two-day event that brings together Atlanta’s top artists, creatives, and entrepreneurs all in one space.
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. […]
High Revelry is a great way to get your taste buds wet when a dozen (or more) superb wineries pour their wines, and you sample treats from some of Atlanta’s best restaurants.