As part of our educational mission, we create and share knowledge about art and ideas.


LINK is the High’s new digital platform for scholarly content. Explore in-depth articles, interactive content, high-resolution images, archival materials, videos, and more in this series of publications that focus on the High Museum of Art’s permanent collection.

Two ipads loaded with LINK digital archive projects.


The Atlanta Art Conservation Center (AACC), a nonprofit organization and subsidiary of the Williamstown Art Conservation Center, treats objects ranging from family photographs, antiques, and heirlooms to some of the most important paintings, sculptures, and works on paper in the Southeast. The AACC serves a small consortium of regional collecting institutions, as well as individuals and corporations, and is a resource for information about all aspects of collections care.

two women dust a vase with paintbrushes.

Recorded Talks


Hear from distinguished guests and distinctive voices. We regularly invite artists and scholars to speak alongside works of art in our collection and special exhibitions, and we share videos of many conversations afterwards.

Modern and Contemporary art curator, Michael Rooks talks with artist, Julie Mehretu.

Educator Resources

The High Museum engages students and teachers in our galleries and in classrooms across Georgia with tour options and arts learning resources.

Young blonde girl colors in a workshop at the High.

Collections Research

Search our collection of over 19,000 art objects.

collage of wire fencing, clothing, cloth, wood, metal, corrugated tin, shoe, ceramic figurines painted blue and violet.

Art and Inclusion

The High Museum of Art’s annual Art and Inclusion report reflects our current thinking and practices around inclusion in our work.

Child is lifted into the air in front of a Sol Lewitt wall painting of rainbow stripes.