As a VENUE: Host your event…

The High Museum of Art, located in Atlanta, is a leading art museum in the Southeastern United States. Looking for the perfect space to host your next special occasion or celebration? Look no further! The High Museum has it all: world-class art, spectacular architecture, exceptional ambiance. Value added: The High is a division of the Woodruff Arts Center. Two distinctive spaces are available:

  • Robinson Atrium: The Museum’s signature Richard Meier building provides a dramatic, light-filled space for any special occasion. Below the fan-shaped glass ceiling, the Atrium features granite floors and an elegant four-story ramp leading to the Museum’s permanent collection galleries.
  • Weiland Pavilion Grand Lobby: Architect Renzo Piano designed the Grand Lobby as part of the Museum’s 2005 expansion. The generous space is furnished with beautiful hardwood floors and graceful eighteen-foot coffered ceilings. With floor-to-ceiling windows on the North and South walls, the Lobby offers grand views of the campus and piazza, surrounded by Midtown Atlanta.

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As a SHOP: Discover unique gifts…

Exquisitely curated gifts for everyone. Merchandise is catalogued within these collections: * Exhibition Related * Books * Originals * Gifts, and * Face Masks. All High Shop purchases help to support community and educational programs. Select unique gifts for your business or organization. Volume discounts and shipping are available.

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As an EATERY: Food for thought…

From quick snacks and coffee to elegant dinners and brunches:

  • CJ’s Café: CJ’s Café in the Taylor Lobby provides salads, sandwiches, light snacks, baked goods, and beverages for purchase.
  • Refuge Coffee Co.: Refuge Coffee Co. is open during museum hours and is conveniently located on campus across the Piazza, facing Peachtree Street. Refuge Coffee Co. serves espresso, coffee, and tea as well as pastries and light bites.
  • Twelve Eighty Lounge: Twelve Eighty Lounge offers a limited menu of quick-service items including salads and sandwiches and a full bar. Seating is available in the lounge and outdoor dining area only.

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Be a DONOR: Show that you care…

There are multiple ways to support the Museum including helping the High go green Donors to the High Museum of Art have helped transform it into a national leader for the arts, known for a robust permanent collection and innovative exhibitions and programs. Your Membership and Annual Fund contribution, gift of art, endowment, or estate gift will help the Museum realize its vision of continued leadership in the regional, national, and international art communities.

Membership: As a member, be the first to see new exhibitions, enjoy exclusive discounts when shopping and dining, and receive free access to programs, lectures, and more. Plus, visit the High as often as you like for a full year with free admission and free parking. Membership at specified levels are offered: * Individual * Dual/Family * Contributing * Patron * Donor Patron, and * Sustaining Patron.

The Circles: Experience the High as few can in the Museum’s foremost membership levels. Specified levels include: * Circle Salon * Circle Member * Circle Supported * Circle Benefactor, and Circle Premier.

Director’s Circle: Join the Director’s Circle of the High Museum of Art and enjoy insider access to the Museum’s renowned collections and exhibitions. Specified levels include: * Director’s Circle * Director’s Circle Forum and * Director’s Circle Cabinet.

Donation: Your gift helps us create original educational programs, make important art acquisitions, and organize significant exhibitions that will continue to make Atlanta and the High Museum of Art the cultural capital of the Southeast. Direct monetary donations can be made online.

  • Gifts of Stock: Giving appreciated securities, such as stocks and mutual funds, is an excellent way to support the High Museum of Art. Such gifts are simple and may provide a greater tax benefit than an equivalent gift in cash.
  • Matching Gifts: You may be able to double your donation to the High Museum of Art. Many employers sponsor programs to match charitable contributions made by their employees. Gifts from retirees and spouses also may qualify to be matched.
  • Endowment: Building the endowment is the High Museum of Art’s greatest challenge as well as its greatest opportunity. We invite you to play an essential role in our future growth with an investment in the High Museum. Your gift to our endowment: * Supports innovative and meaningful exhibitions * Elevates the quality of the Museum’s permanent collection * Underwrites current expenses for education and programming, and * Provides a legacy of long-term financial security that enables us to accomplish our mission and maintain our ongoing facilities operations.
  • Gift Planning: A bequest is one of the simplest and most popular ways to make a gift and a great way to help the High Museum of Art. By including the Museum in your will, you can help ensure the quality of the Museum’s collections and programs for generations to come. Whether you wish to provide general operating income for the Museum or to support a specific department or program, your bequest expresses your lasting commitment to the High. A bequest to the Museum may also help you meet your financial and estate planning goals because it is eligible for an estate tax charitable deduction equal to the entire amount of the bequest.
  • Gifts of Art: You may donate artworks to the High Museum of Art during your lifetime or by bequest. Donating artwork, a form of tangible personal property, requires special attention at the High Museum. Although a work may be artistically significant, it may not be appropriate for the Museum’s collection. If you are considering donating a work of art to the Museum, you should first contact the curator of the appropriate department: * African Art * American Art * Decorative Arts & Design * European Art * Folk & Self-Taught Art * Modern & Contemporary Art, and * Photography.
  • Education: The High Museum of Art is the perfect place to explore, create, and discover while learning about art. Educational programs offer innovative learning opportunities for adults, families, teens, teachers, and students. The generosity of our donors makes these engaging activities and workshops possible.
  • Corporate and Business: Many companies will match donations to the High made by their employees. It’s an easy way to double your contribution to us.

Exhibition Series Sponsorship: Each year the High presents a dynamic schedule of thought-provoking, inspiring, and innovative exhibitions. Drawn from a broad range of cultures, styles, and art forms, the exhibitions showcase the finest works of art and treasures from across the globe. In return for their philanthropic support, Exhibition Series Sponsors receive prominent recognition and exclusive experiences to engage with the exhibitions in a profound way. See a complete list of benefits here.

Volunteer: Volunteering at the High Museum of Art is an experience that not only enriches the lives of our patrons, but yours as well. Volunteers engage with patrons through educational programs, by greeting visitors and helping at special events, among other activities. Volunteers receive a monthly email with volunteer updates, invitations to exclusive volunteer-only events, and exposure to the leading art museum in the southeastern United States.The High Volunteer Program requires a six month to one-year commitment with at least 6 hours (2 shifts) encouraged per month. All volunteers must be 18 years of age or older. Volunteer positions include: * Second Sunday Volunteers * smARTbox Volunteers * Information Desk Volunteers * HIGH Frequency Friday Volunteers * Friday Jazz Volunteers * Exhibition Volunteers, and * School Group Volunteers. DOCENTS: Docents are the Museum’s “face” to our visitors. Docents create memorable experiences for visitors ranging from kindergarteners to senior citizens.

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