The Glorious 89-year History of the High Museum of Art, as told in 60 minutes by Michael E. Shapiro Join Nancy and Holcombe T. Green, Jr. Director, Michael E. Shapiro, as he explores the history of the High Museum, from the founding of the Atlanta Art Association in 1905, to its move to Hattie High's house in 1926, to the monumental expansion in 2005, and beyond. He will bring his unique insight to the growth of the museum from its modest beginnings to its current status as a world-class institution. This program is free, but seating is limited. Tickets are also available through the Woodruff Arts Center box office at 404-733-5000. Please Note: Tickets are limited to two per person. Save your ticket stub for a special opportunity to view the exhibition following this program.
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