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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


    Daniel Arsham: Hourglass
    This exhibition continues artist Daniel Arsham’s (American, born 1980) ongoing project Fictional Archaeologies, in which he creates replicas of everyday objects—such as basketballs and cameras—in precious and semi-precious stones. The objects become fossils, remnants of our present seen through the eyes of a future researcher.
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    Cross Country

    Cross Country:
    The Power of Place in American Art, 1915–1950

    Cross Country gathers works by artists who took inspiration from their surroundings, especially outside the city. Nearly 200 objects show the development of a distinctly American point of view in the beginning of the twentieth century.
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    Ashley Bryan

    Painter and Poet:
    The Wonderful World of Ashley Bryan

    Continuing the High Museum’s series of picture-book art exhibitions, this show examines the decades-long career of author and illustrator Ashley Bryan.
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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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