Culture Collective

Whether you deeply love art or are simply curious about creativity, the High Museum of Art is your destination for lifelong learning. Each month Culture Collective offers conversations, workshops, classes, and events that energize the mind and expand appreciation of art and one another. Find new insights, build creative skills, and discover ways of seeing the world as you connect at the High. For more information on Culture Collective, email culturecollective@high.org or call 404-733-5034.

Art Conversation

Ignite your curiosity and reflect with great works of art and thoughtful questions.

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Art Making

Explore your creativity with professional teaching artists, high-quality materials, and skill-building techniques in workshops and courses at the High! We offer both single-day programs—Drawing from Experience and Studio Sessions—and multiday Studio Classes.

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Every Third Wednesday

Access for All

Enjoy free admission and drop-in programming for adults of all ages. Whether you like to enjoy art in the galleries, join a conversation, or create your own masterpiece, come as you are and stay as long as you like.

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Every Second Tuesday

Musing Together

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Group Visits

Groups are welcome to book self-guided visits, facilitated tours, and virtual art conversations. If you are a lifelong learning group, aging service organization, senior center, senior living community, or other group serving older adults in our community, our Culture Collective team is available to help coordinate your visit or virtual program.

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Convening on Arts and Aging

At our Convening on Arts and Aging colleagues from museums, arts centers, aging-services organizations, senior residences and beyond came together to explore how engaging with art can foster learning, creativity, and meaningful social connections for older adults and across generations.

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