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Homeschool Days

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Mark your calendar for upcoming Homeschool Days at the High Museum! Each day will focus on a featured artist, theme, or exhibition. This program is free with Museum admission.

Daily Schedule:
Museum hours: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Scavenger hunts: ongoing
Docent-led tour: 1 p.m.
Art-making workshop: 1–3 p.m.

Upcoming Dates:

Friday, September 8
Learn about different approaches to ceramics in the exhibitions Universal and Sublime: The Vessels of Magdalene Odundo and Technicolor. We will explore artists’ use of clay and their sources of inspiration. Students and families will have the opportunity to create their own air-dry clay vessels in a drop-in workshop.

A tour of Universal and Sublime: The Vessels of Magdalene Odundo and Technicolor will begin at 1 p.m.


Friday, November 17
Investigate a range of media, including film, sculpture, game design, maps, fashion, and more. Students and families will learn how artists working in Africa are responding to the question “Where do we come from, and where are we going?” Join the drop-in workshop to create Steampunk glasses inspired by the artist Cyrus Kabiru.

A tour of Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design will begin at 1 p.m.


Friday, January 26
Explore various art movements, including Classicism, Romanticism, Impressionism, and Modernism. Learn how artistic styles have changed since the late 1700s. Students and families are also invited to participate in a drop-in workshop to experiment with art-making techniques used throughout history.

A tour of the High Museum’s permanent collection will begin at 1 p.m.


Friday, April 13
Art, science, and technology collide in Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age. During this Homeschool Day, explore design thinking, problem solving, and 3-D printing. Students and families can join a drop-in workshop to create their own prototypes of innovative furniture or objects inspired by Joris Laarman.

A tour of Joris Laarman: Design in the Digital Age will begin at 1 p.m.


Friday, May 11
Join us for the final Homeschool Day of the school year to learn more about Georgia artists. Students and families are invited to use scavenger hunts or join a docent-led tour to celebrate the art of Howard Finster, Radcliffe Bailey, Nellie Mae Rowe, and others. Stop by an art-making workshop to explore local art history and its influence on Georgia culture.

A tour of the High Museum’s permanent collection will begin at 1 p.m.

 

Homeschool Day Admission Pricing:

  • $7 per homeschool student
  • Regular Museum admission  for adults
  • FREE for members