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Our building may be closed, but you can still experience art 24/7. Explore our website and social media channels for connection, inspiring images, activities, and informative videos.

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    #AMA (Ask Me Anything)

    Every two weeks, we will post a new “Ask Me Anything” series featuring our curators and staff members. Our most recent post featured a Q&A with Stephanie Meyer Heydt, the High's Margaret and Terry Stent Curator of American Art. Check out our AMAs on Instagram, or watch on YouTube.

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    Collection Stories

    This video series explores different artworks from our collection interpreted by our curators and education staff. Check us out on Youtube for more.

  • Art Activities

    For a more hands-on experience, check our blog for weekly posts on creative activities to do at home. Are you teaching or homeschooling? Each activity is accompanied by relevant Georgia Standards of Excellence. Check us out on Medium for more.

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    We’re here to bring a little art into your lives! From virtual gallery tours to interactive live events to art activities you can do with your children, we’ve got you covered. Just sign up for our e-newsletter, and we’ll do the rest.

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    Art Stories on the Blog

    Dive into stories about creativity, artists, and art history—including our recent Q&A post with Lindo Sobekwa, a South African photographer documenting how coronavirus is changing daily life in his community. Check us out on Medium for more.

  • Explore the Collection

    Get inspired! Browse our collection of more than seventeen thousand objects in seven different collecting areas.

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    Educational Resources

    Looking for activities to do at home? Dive into our educational resources for grades K–12. Search by grade level, subject, or type of resource.

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    Coloring Pages

    Download fun coloring pages inspired by works from our collection.

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    Zoom Backgrounds

    Download the perfect work of art from the High Museum’s collection. While in Zoom, hit the arrow in the bottom left corner of your window and select “choose a virtual background.” Then, pick the downloaded image. Once it has been uploaded, select the “mirror image” option. Reminder: High Museum of Art images are copyrighted and are available here for personal use only.

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    E-Postcards

    Send an e-card to family or friends! From thank yous to birthday wishes, browse our selection of e-cards inspired by the High’s permanent collection. Just hit the download button and attach the e-postcard to an email to that special someone.

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    Virtual Events

    Join us for fun events online, including Toddler Thursdays, Art School, Teacher’s Lounge, and YP Exclusives.

  • Christiansborg Castle sculpture by Paa Joe.

    Virtual Exhibitions

    Our doors may be closed, but you can still visit our exhibitions virtually. We have expanded The Plot Thickens and Paa Joe: Gates of No Return to include new interactive content, images, and texts.

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