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    Special Exhibition Resources

     

    The High Museum of Art offers a variety of PowerPoints, images, PDFs, videos, and activities to support educators. Browse the resources below to enhance your visit to the Museum or as stand-alone resources in the classroom

     

    Eric-Carle

    I See a Story:
    The Art of Eric Carle

    You will not want to miss the opportunity to share this delightful exhibition with your students! I See a Story is a retrospective which showcases more than 80 of Carle’s signature collages from 15 of his most popular books, including original works rarely on view.
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    Tiovivo
    Whimsical Sculptures by Jaime Hayon

    Designer Jaime Hayon has created a site-specific work featuring wooden sculptures in the familiar shapes of animals or objects, such as a pig or bell, that inspire playfulness and joy. Each whimsical structure is designed to encourage guests to interact with the sculptures.
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    Woodruff Arts Center Educator Conference 2016
    The Educator Conference, presented by the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and High Museum of Art, is one of Atlanta's most dynamic and collaborative professional learning events. This year, participants reflected upon the essential question: How does my practice honor tradition and foster transformation through the arts?
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