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Homeschool Days

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Young students and their parents peruse a table of colorful papers to use in an art making activity.

NEW! Homeschool Days at the High Museum get a makeover! We have revamped our program to better fit the needs of homeschool students and educators. Classes are designed to serve small homeschool co-op groups and individual homeschool families.

Two-hour homeschool classes are held six times during the school year, starting in September. Each class focuses on a new theme, and participants are divided into classes by age. Classes take place in the art galleries and in the Greene Family Education Center. Homeschool educators can sign up their students for one session at a time or for a series of sessions. Homeschool educators, parents, and caregivers are encouraged to participate in a guided gallery tour while students are engaged in the workshop. Caregivers must remain at the Museum during the entirety of the program.

Costs are $11 per child and regular general admission for chaperones. The program is free for High Museum members. Participants can sign up for multiple sessions at a time.

Check back for future Homeschool Days.

Past Homeschool Days

Narrative, Memories, and Romare Bearden
September 18, 2019
1–3 p.m.
Homeschool educators and students will experience the rich life of artist Romare Bearden through an interactive tour and workshop. See how Bearden translated his memories through visual art to create his own version of narrative in a series of dynamic collage paintings.

Check out the exhibition “Something Over Something Else”: Romare Bearden’s Profile Series.

American Indians in Art  
October 16, 2019
1–3 p.m.
Homeschoolers will tour the High’s folk and self-taught art and American art collections to see works that highlight American Indian cultures. A hands-on workshop will accompany this themed tour.

Check out the High’s collections of American art and folk and self-taught art.

Science in European Art: Molecules to Masterpieces  
November 13, 2019
1–3 p.m.
Homeschool students will explore the European art collection to find out how painters and sculptors used scientific knowledge in their artistic creations. Students will then experiment with pigments to create their own works of art.

Check out the High’s collection of European art.

Strut Your STEAM: The Fashion Design of Virgil Abloh  
February 5, 2020
1–3 p.m.
This tour and workshop are devoted to the career of artist and fashion designer Virgil Abloh. Prepare to put on your STEAM thinking cap and immerse yourself in the world of contemporary design.

Check out the exhibition Virgil Abloh: “Figures of Speech.”

(CANCELLED) Extraordinary Women in the Arts 
March 18, 2020
1–3 p.m.
For Women’s History Month, come see the work of featured women artists in our American and contemporary art collections! Students will gain insight into the experiences of women working in the field of visual arts.

Check out the High’s collections of American art and contemporary art.

(CANCELLED) speechless Sculpture  
April 29, 2020
1–3 p.m.
The last Homeschool Day of the year features speechless: different by design—a fully interactive exhibition about how we experience the world through our senses, designed by six international designers and design teams. Values of inclusion and empathy come through in their participatory environments. Students will be able to explore this exhibition and then create their own kinetic sculptures.

Check out the exhibition speechless: different by design.

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