Explore a new theme each month, with related artworks, art projects, stories, and tours.
Drawing inspiration from the High Museum’s Photography collection, including works on view in Underexposed: Women Photographers from the Collection, this six-week art-making course will focus on developing a small body of photographic work with a smartphone.
Save the date for an evening exploring the many ways women around the world radically shaped modern photography from the 1920s to the 1950s.
On the third Friday of every month, you’ll enjoy music, drinks, and art. Each month will feature a different style of jazz, from straight ahead to free jazz, bebop to swing, and more.
Join professional museum educators each week in looking closely at artworks in the Museum’s collection: one work, thirty minutes, deep conversations and discoveries. All curious and eager learners are welcome!
Please join us as we delve into Ragnar Kjartansson’s The Visitors with Georgia Tech professor Dr. Philip Auslander.
Explore the High’s exhibition Our Good Earth: Rural Life and American Art with Stephanie Heydt, Margaret and Terry Stent Curator of American Art.
Reserve your spot for the annual Gudmund Vigtel Works on Paper Program. Hear from Nelda Damiano, the Pierre Daura Curator of European Art at the Georgia Museum of Art, as she explores how drawings have changed from working tools for artists to revered and collected objects.
We want to bring you a moment of respite and fun in our galleries. For HIGH Frequency Friday, we are partnering with the Sound Table to bring you a soundtrack to enhance your art experience on the first Friday of each month.