EventsMarch Oasis

March Oasis

March 8, 2024 | 6–9 p.m.
Location: High Museum of Art




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Experience a new Friday night vibe during Oasis at the High

On the second Friday of each month, tour the galleries without the crowds, drop in for a yoga class, or enjoy a glass of wine and a quiet conversation with interesting people. Meet at the High to discover a welcoming community centered on art, presence, and mindfulness.

Quiet Time in the Galleries

Explore the museum’s collection galleries after hours. Plus, get access to special exhibitions like Hear Me Now: The Black Potters of Old Edgefield, South Carolina.

Oasis @ The High

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 features air dry clay sculpting inspired by Hear Me Now: The Black Potters of Old Edgefield, South Carolina.

A woman sketches a still life on a sketch board with colored pencils

Seeing with Spirit

Join us for a casual, thoughtful conversation connecting art and spiritual practice.

This month’s discussion features educator and artist-ethnographer Dr. Arturo Lindsay, whose work and practice highlights African spiritual and aesthetic retentions, rediscoveries, and reinventions in America. Living and working between Atlanta and Portobello, Panama, Dr. Lindsay centers his research on connections between his spiritual traditions of Santería, Catholicism, and Yoruba over vast distances. Dr. Lindsay is Professor Emeritus and former chair of the Department of Art and Art History at Spelman College in Atlanta. He holds a doctor of arts from New York University, a master of fine arts in painting from the University of Massachusetts, and a bachelor of arts from Central Connecticut State College.

Arturo will cover Bamgboye of Odo-Owa, Nigerian, Ekiti (ca. 1893–1978).

Join the conversation at 7 and 8:15 p.m.

Arturo Lindsay

In-Gallery Movement

Immerse yourself in peaceful sounds as you rediscover our Modern and Contemporary Art galleries. This month features ImmerseATL Collective. In this movement and meditation workshop, participants are guided with intuitive movement prompts, breath work, and visualization to connect deeply with themselves, the art, and each other. There are no steps to learn, and no experience is required; all that is needed is desire for more expressive and reverent ways to be in one’s body. ImmerseATL Collective serves ImmerseATL Alumni in the next phase of their journey as working professionals through performance opportunities and choreographic residencies that support the development of new work. For more information, visit

Dance Still 1

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.

Two woman smile while sampling a cup of tea


Join one of four beginner-friendly, drop-in yoga classes held throughout the evening. All classes are led by certified instructors. Sign up for a class at one of the two check-in desks between 6 and 6:30 p.m. or 7 and 7:30 p.m. Spots are first come, first served.

Orkin Terrace: Ganesh Giri Jaya at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.

Robinson Atrium: Safia at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.

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.


March Yoga


This labyrinth, designed by artist Steven L. Anderson, may look like a maze, but it is not meant to confuse or frustrate you. The labyrinth is a nearly 4,000-year-old design that has been found in a variety of forms and cultures. We invite you to use this labyrinth for walking meditation and contemplation.

Labyrinth at Oasis

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.

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