The Palette is Green and Gold

The Palette is Green and Gold

Our friends at the Fernbank Science Center tell us that the red-tailed hawk is no stranger to Atlanta. When such a majestic bird looks down upon the custom homes in the environs of the High Museum, what does it see? Their lives depend on excellent vision, and, in...
The Profound Convenience of Home

The Profound Convenience of Home

For most of us, never in our lives can we recall spending so much time at home. Our response to the health concerns that suddenly span the globe have brought a new approach to daily life home to us right here. Fortunate are those who live near the High Museum, in the...
Where the High Museum Works Out

Where the High Museum Works Out

Artists might still occasionally be assumed to be tortured souls, devoted to a life of immersion in their work, to the exclusion of their health. Not so today. Even though their works may live on, the life of the starving artist, secluded and fragile, is as long-gone...
Where Breakfast Happens in the High Museum District

Where Breakfast Happens in the High Museum District

Where Breakfast Happens in the High Museum District The legend is that artists themselves are not early risers. Be that as it may, the patrons of art in Atlanta mainly got – and grew – the resources that support the mighty art world here through a lot of hard day’s...
What’s Showing/Coming at the High Museum

What’s Showing/Coming at the High Museum

In View at the High Museum  From the bold currency of its own architecture to the energy that arises persistently from its programming and exhibits, the High Museum has been a beating heart for Atlanta. Far more than a place, the High is an Atlanta treasure, adding...
The Weeks of Winter in the High Museum District

The Weeks of Winter in the High Museum District

High Winter Because we measure winter in weeks here, lots of folks consider Christmas at the High Museum to be the official kickoff of the season. Though their Christmas in Europe exhibit closed only days ago, the holiday season might still be a good place to start in...