Monday, January 23 – Sunday, January 29
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.
All tours are free with Museum admission, and no reservations are required.
Discover how the design-thinking process was used in the creation of the Children’s Garden at the Atlanta Botanical Garden and how it is used in exhibitions at the High Museum of Art.
Join fellow members on this exclusive thematic tour. Inspired by winter, the coziest season of the year. Take a deep dive into the High’s permanent collection to discover frosty imagery. This tour offers a new perspective on new pieces and old favorites.
The Doris and Shouky Shaheen Collection focuses on French art of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Stephen Burks: Shelter in Place explores ideas concerning domesticity — namely asking how we can design our interiors to enable joyful living while empowering creativity.
Featuring work made over the past two decades, this exhibition is the first museum survey dedicated to Deana Lawson. Working primarily in photography, Lawson investigates and challenges conventional representations of Black identities and bodies.
This is the first posthumous exhibition at an American museum for Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian (1922-2019), one of Iran’s most celebrated and revered visual artists, known internationally for her geometric mirror sculptures that combine the mathematical order and beauty of ancient Persian architectural motifs with the forms and patterns of hard-edged, postwar abstraction.