Embrace the present moment during Oasis at the High.
On the second Friday of each month, flow in yoga, practice art making, and reflect deeply with works of art. Enjoy zero-proof beverages or sip a glass of wine. Come to the Museum after hours and cultivate a community centered on art, presence, and contemplative practice.
Quiet Time in the Galleries
Explore the museum’s collection galleries after hours. Plus, get access to special exhibitions like In the City of Light: Paris, 1850–1920, A Long Arc: Photography and the American South since 1845, Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature, and Sonya Clark: We Are Each Other.
Immerse yourself in peaceful sounds as you rediscover our Modern and Contemporary Art gallery.
Okorie “OkCello” Johnson is an American cellist-songwriter best known for his live sound looping, improvisation, and storytelling. His music explores the intersections of African diasporic melodies and narratives of people’s perceptions and assumptions about classical and European characteristics of the cello. In September 2022, OkCello presented a sound installation at the Democratic Republic of the Congo Biennale titled Vessel of Breath, a meditative cello composition incorporating harvested sound, collaborative compositions, and community interviews.
Drop-in sessions will take place in our Modern and Contemporary Art galleries on the Skyway level at 6:20, 7, and 8 p.m.
Join one of four beginner-friendly, drop-in yoga classes held throughout the evening. All classes are led by certified instructors. Sign in when you arrive. Spots are first come, first served.
Yoga mats will be available on-site. However, if you choose to bring your own mat, you may store it in the coat check in the Robinson Atrium until your session time.
Robinson Atrium: Shelley Carroll, Dancing Dogs Yoga
Anne Cox Chambers Wing Lobby: Alex Walker and Mallory Hazen, Dancing Dogs Yoga
Mindful Art Making
Drop in for our art-making activities from 6 to 9 p.m. Feel free to choose materials, get a drink, and take a seat. Our teaching artist will be available for any questions. This month will feature tea bag label making inspired by the exhibition Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature.
Seeing with Spirit
Join us for a casual, thoughtful conversation connecting art and spiritual practice.
This month’s discussion will feature Courtney Brooks, Gallery Coordinator of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta’s Pulgram Gallery. Respecting and drawing from Islam, Judaism, Yorba, and Unitarian Universalism beliefs, Brooks believes it is imperative to be open and loving to others who worship differently than you. Her practice includes prayer, meditation, and study of Bible scriptures and teachings from the I Ching, or Book of Changes. In her work as gallery coordinator, she holds quarterly sermons and curates exhibitions and programs aligned with spiritual concepts. The most recent group exhibition, The Deep, explores each artist’s spiritual journey and the inspiration needed to articulate their experiences through art
Join the conversation at 7 and 8:15 p.m.
just add honey
just add honey is an Atlanta-based small business that offers blended loose-leaf teas for all to enjoy. Since 2006, they’ve combined single-origin loose-leaf teas from small-batch farms with local or organic ingredients to make refined flavors. They will be offering a selection of zero-proof teas available for purchase.
Know Before You Go:
- Membership guest passes cannot be redeemed for this event.
- Wear something comfortable.
- No outside food or beverage is permitted.
- We strongly recommend using rideshare or MARTA because parking in the Woodruff Arts Center garage is limited and may reach capacity before you arrive. Find out about other parking options here.