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Art installation featuring a space covered with dots and circles of varying sizes and colors.

Event Details

April 25, 2020
9:30 am –3:00 pm


Individual Seminar: $50
All Five Seminars: $225


High Museum of Art

Event Description

Steam Series: Project Conservation
Presented by the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Georgia Aquarium, High Museum of Art, Michael C. Carlos Museum and Zoo Atlanta
Enhance your STEAM curriculum during these five interactive sessions. Each session will be held at a different institution and focus on the connection between conservation and art. Register for all five sessions or just one.

Tickets and information on the other sessions offered in this series are available on the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s website.
Registration fees do not include parking. Registration does include lunch.

All Five Sessions: $225
Individual Sessions: $50


High Museum of Art:
Accessibility and Design Thinking in speechless: different by design
Saturday, April 25, 2020, 9:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

In this interactive professional development workshop, educators will learn about the behind-the-scenes exhibition design of speechless: different by design. This exhibition invites visitors to immerse themselves in distinct interactive spaces—each created by a world-class designer. Speechless intends to foster inclusion, empathy, and a greater understanding of how we experience the world through our varied senses by merging exploration, aesthetics, and innovation. In the workshop, teachers will explore the design thinking process as a tool to teach students meaningful twenty-first-century learning skills, a method to connect subject-area learning outcomes to the world beyond the classroom, and a path to discover the various ways the High Museum supports student engagement and education.

Steven and William Ladd, Scroll Space, 2019. Photo: Matt Checkowski