6:00 pm –9:00 pm
These unprecedented times have changed many things. At the High, we want to bring you a moment of respite and fun in our galleries. For HIGH Frequency Friday in December and January, we are partnering with the Sound Table to bring you a soundtrack to enhance your art experience on the first Friday of each month.
Taking inspiration from the Julie Mehretu exhibition, DJs will create layered soundscapes in three different spaces of the Museum. This pop-up Sound Table night curated by the Sound Table’s Karl Injex is not to be missed.
The High is also pleased to screen Baptism (of The Sharecropper’s Son & The Boy From Boonville) by award-winning poet and artist Carl Hancock Rux, a three-part poem and the artist’s tribute to the legacies of civil rights leaders John Lewis and C. T. Vivian. Written and performed by Rux, the Lincoln Center commission also includes an eleven-minute abstract film titled The Baptism, directed by artist Carrie Mae Weems.
This short commission will be screened on a loop throughout the evening.
This is not your typical HIGH Frequency Friday. Activities will be spaced out throughout the Museum to encourage movement and social distancing.
Reserve your tickets today for the December 4 HIGH Frequency Friday. Walk-up tickets are not available. All tickets must be reserved online in advance.
- All tickets must be reserved online in advance. Walk-up tickets will not be available.
- Members enjoy FREE tickets to HIGH Frequency Friday; however, tickets must be reserved in advance.
- Guest passes are valid for general admission only and cannot be redeemed during this event.
New Safety Precautions and Procedures for HIGH Frequency Friday
- All guests over the age of two are required to wear a mask while inside the Museum.
- Eating and drinking may take place in designated areas only, where guests may remove their masks to enjoy a beverage or snack.
- Coat check is not available during this time.
- Seating is extremely limited, and priority is given to guests who have accessibility challenges.
- No outside food or beverage is permitted.
- Some of the evening’s performances will take place outside. Please dress accordingly.
- Parking in the Woodruff Arts Center garage is free to members; however, capacity is limited and will be first come, first served. Members must show proof of membership upon entering the garage with their membership card (plastic or digital) or their membership purchase confirmation email.