Monday, August 2 – Sunday, August 8
Designed for children ages fifteen months through three years and their caregivers, Toddler Thursdays engage children’s creativity. Explore a new theme each month, with related artworks, art projects, and self-guided tours.
Join professional museum educators each week 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!
The moving planes of color and light in Alexander Calder’s mobiles are a delight to behold. In this workshop, we will investigate form, color, and balance as we create our own moving sculptures.
Hear from art critic and author Jed Perl as he discusses his recently released book, Calder: The Conquest of Space.
Atlanta’s favorite DJs join us every first Friday for a cultural experience designed to raise the vibration.
Experiment, explore, and create at Teen Art Afternoon! Join the Teen Team for art making, tours, and more. Free for teens!
On Saturday, August 7, meet the High’s Young Professionals at the festival! Together we’ll find our favorite works of art, enjoy live music, and feast on funnel cakes, gyros, kettle corn, and more!
On the second Sunday of each month we offer FREE admission for all visitors and special family-friendly programming!
The Doris and Shouky Shaheen Collection focuses on French art of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
In observance of the 2020 centennial of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution granting women the right to vote, this installation is drawn from the High Museum’s collection and features artworks made exclusively by women.
Alexander Calder and Pablo Picasso are two of the foremost figures in the history of twentieth-century art. This touring exhibition presents more than one hundred paintings, sculptures, and works on paper spanning Calder’s and Picasso’s careers that reveal the radical innovation and enduring influence of their art.
Electrifying Design features nearly eighty rare lighting examples from the past one hundred years, considering how electric lighting has served as a catalyst for technological and artistic innovation within major avant-garde design movements.
This summer, the High will debut an immersive maze of accessible, sensory environments by award-winning design and research practice Bryony Roberts Studio on the Sifly Piazza.