Teens and College

High school and college students are invited to join us for special teen programming and internship and fellowship opportunities.

Teen Team

This group of dynamic Atlanta teens meets regularly to learn about art, talk to artists, tour the Museum’s collection, and plan events for other teens.

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Teen Art Afternoon

Experiment, explore, and create at Teen Art Afternoon! Join the Teen Team for art making, tours, and more. Free for teens!

Two teens use paint with watercolors

Summer Internship Program

The High Museum of Art’s internship program is offered for eight weeks each summer to rising college juniors and seniors and graduating seniors.

Six High Museum Summer Interns stand in front of a mirrored Anish Kapoor artwork.

Museum Careers Summer Academy

The High Museum of Art welcomes applications for its Summer Academy focused on careers in the museum field. Applications are invited from undergraduates interested in exploring the museum field.

A group of students look at a printmaker's materials.

Mellon Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship

The Andrew W. Mellon Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship Program seeks to make a critical impact on American art museums by developing gifted curators from ethnically diverse backgrounds.

A group of students pose together in front of a painting.

Collections Research

Thanks to an initiative funded by the Mellon Foundation, curators and graduate fellows from the department of art history at Emory University are working together to investigate selected artworks.

'The Masks Grow to Us' by Clarence John Laughlin

Partnership with AUC Art Collective

The High Museum of Art partners with the Atlanta University Center in offering the Early College Program in Art History and Curatorial Studies to rising high school juniors and seniors who might be interested in an art history or museum career or in attending Morehouse College, Spelman College, or Clark Atlanta University in the near future.

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