Educators can use these lesson resources created in conjunction with Verrocchio’s David Restored: A Renaissance Bronze from the National Museum of the Bargello, Florence, an exhibition at the High Museum in 2003-2004.
This is a Sally Mann teacher resource guide for use with Grades 7 and above.
Educators can use these key images and lesson resources before or after their students visit “Something Over Something Else”: Romare Bearden’s Profile Series at the High Museum.
Educators can use these key images before or after their students visit European Masterworks: The Phillips Collection at the High Museum.
Educators can use these resources as pre- or post-visit guides to their Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors experience!
Educators can use these key images from the With Drawn Arms: Glenn Kaino and Tommie Smith exhibition to prepare their students for their visit to the High Museum.
The High Museum of Art collaborated with the Georgia Department of Education’s Advanced Placement and English Language Arts departments to create a series of videos for teachers to use to implement visual literacy strategies in the classroom. The first video in this series is an introduction to the Visual Literacy Project with Kate McLeod, Head […]
In this TEDx Talk, Katherine Jentleson, the High’s Merrie and Dan Boone Curator of Folk and Self-Taught Art, discusses how self-taught artists rewrote the rules of who could be an artist in America. This presentation was recorded in April, 2017.
Learn about textiles by investigating key artworks in our permanent collection galleries.
These lessons were developed to be used by Teaching Artists as a supplement to docent-led tours of the High Museum of Art.