Free Day at the High Museum, Pay what you may. 1 pm, December 30, 2013
Enjoy an early New Year surprise during the early afternoon of December 30, 2013 with FREE ADMISSION to the High Museum and 50% off select merchandise at the Museum store. It is pay as you may day. You can come in for free though we hope you will make a voluntary donation to help keep great works of arts coming to Atlanta.
That is right, Celebrate Atlanta members can enjoy free admission to the High Museum.
We will begin our tour of the museum at 1 pm. The museum is open until 5 pm so enjoy a nice relaxing Monday afternoon at a price you cannot beat, that being zero, nothing, nada or whatever you wish to donate. To get the ball rolling, I will donate $100 to the High Museum on behalf of Celebrate Atlanta. Come for free or donate anything you want; it is up to you. Remember, members get in free with a ticket from me.
Better yet, if interested, let's meet for lunch. Just answer the question attached to the event when you sign up about lunch. I work in the area and we have many great options, so very affordable, some very nice.
Here is a list of exhibits we will be viewing:
Through April 13, 2014
Featuring major works of art and important artifacts from America's romance with the West in the 20th century.
The Art of the Louvre's Tuileries Garden
Through January 19, 2014
An exhibition that explores the art, design and evolution of Paris' beloved Tuileries Garden and its impact on artists through time. The Art of the Louvre's Tuileries Garden will feature more than 100 works, some of which have never been seen outside of France.
The Art of Jerry Pinkney
Through January 5, 2014
The first major exhibition to provide an overview of Caldecott Medal winner Jerry Pinkney's 50-year career as an illustrator and artist.
The Bunnen Collection
Through February 2, 2014
Showcasing works by local photographers including Lucinda W. Bunnen with those by nationally and internationally renowned artists.
Genre Painting and Everyday Life
Through January 12, 2014
A close look at three major genre paintings, each of which offers a unique perspective on 19th century America.
Bangles to Benches:
Contemporary Jewelry and Design
Through June 8, 2014
Pairing innovative contemporary jewelry with other design objects — from chairs to climbing walls — created by the same designers.
In the 1960s, Finster bought a parcel of swampy land, which he cleared and drained. His outdoor museum celebrated all the inventions of mankind and was dedicated to the glory of God.
So join us on December 30, 2013 at 1 pm at the High Museum with free admission and voluntary donations, plus an optional lunch at 12 pm in the area around the High Museum.