|The High Museum of Art: 1280 Peachtree Street Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30309
Take exit 250 toward Tenth St./Fourteenth St./Georgia Tech
Merge onto Williams St. NW
Turn RIGHT at 14th St. NW
Turn LEFT at the 2nd cross street onto W Peachtree St. NW
Take the 1st RIGHT onto 15th St. NE
Turn LEFT on Arts Center Way to enter the Woodruff Arts Center Garage on the RIGHT
|To reserve your advanced purchase discount ticket, make your check out to
Cobble Creek Studios and in the subject line please write HIGH MUSEUM.
You must reserve your ticket
Adult Group Tickets (10 or more) $10
College/Senior Group Tickets $10
Student Group Tickets $7
NO REFUNDS ARE POSSIBLE
|High Museum of Art
Field Trip to the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
|The Woodruff Parking Garage
rate is $12 on weekends
Those that would like to meet at the museum, please arrive no later than 10:00 a.m. The tour will begin at
10:15. For those that will need a ride to the museum, please be sure to notify our office upon registering for
the visit. Those that will be carpooling must be at Cobble Creek Studios no later than 8:45 a.m. We will
leave at 9:00 a.m. sharp, no exceptions! Class will meet at the entrance of the Wieland Pavilion. Please be
sure to look for your instructor, groups will be assembled in groups of 10 students per adult.
(Volunteers needed as guides and drivers).
Groups will be placed in order of age: 5 - 7, 8 - 10, 11 - 13, 14 - 16, 18 - Adult. Each group will need at least
two guides per group. Please let me know if you can volunteer for the trip.
After the guided tour of the impressionist exhibit, we will then tour the traveling exhibit of the portraits.
After the tour (approx. 11:30 a.m.) we will have lunch in the café on the lower level. If you prefer to bring
your lunch, please feel free to do so. A room will be available for lunch or you may choose to go out on the
After lunch we will go to the sculpture gallery and you may draw from the sculptures. You are to bring a
#2B pencil and a kneaded eraser. Be sure to get a sticker from security as a pass to sketch in the museum.
It must be worn at all times while you are sketching, or a guard will ask you for it. The Instructors will be
floating from student to student suggesting the importance of what you are drawing.
REMEMBER, WE ARE GUESTS OF THE MUSEUM, PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT YOU ARE A
REPRESENTATIVE OF COBBLE CREEK STUDIOS AND SHOULD BE CURTIOUS AND POLITE AT ALL
TIMES. It is prohibited to touch any of the artwork in the galleries. Many are very fragile, and even the
stroke of a gentle finger can leave a residue of damaging oil on a painting or sculpture. For your protection
and safety, no climbing is allowed on outdoor sculptures.
***NO PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE TRAVELING EXHIBITIONS, IT IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED***
On behalf of the staff of Cobble Creek Studios, Deborah Kepes, John Duke, Carla Crawmer, Elise
Longnecker, Lora Hill, Kathy Timmons, Summer King Kaylah Stapleton, and Tracey Mitchell, we hope
everyone enjoys this historic opportunity. Please be sure to let our office know if there are any questions
you may have.
|Thank you for Christopher Breedlove Brown
for the beautiful photo!
September 26, 2015-January 31, 2016
The Musée du Louvre, the High Museum of Art, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, and
the Terra Foundation for American Art will present the final installation in their four-year
collaboration focusing on the history of American art. American Encounters: The Simple
Pleasures of Still Life explores how late 18th- and early 19th-century American artists adapted
European still-life tradition to American taste, character and experience. The culminating
presentation of the American Encounters series, The Simple Pleasures of Still Life follows
previous installations examining important genres in American art, including portraiture,
landscape and genre paintings.
The masterpieces in The Simple Pleasures of Still Life speak to the range of the still-life genre in
the U.S. from the simple table top presentations of Raphelle Peale, Martin Johnson Heade,
Joseph Biays Ord, and William Sidney Mount to the sly, trick-of-the-eye compositions by De
Scott Evans, John Haberle, William Michael Harnett and George Cope. Two paintings by
John-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin and Abraham Mignon demonstrate the European examples
frequently emulated by American artists first experimenting with still life in the early 1800s. The
presentation at the High will be supplemented with four additional paintings drawn from the
museum's extensive holdings in American art, including works by William Mason Brown, Joseph
Decker and John Frederick Peto.
Following its presentation at the Louvre (Feb. 5-April 27, 2015), The Simple Pleasures of Still
Life will travel to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Ark. (May 16-Sept. 14,
2015), and the High (Sept. 26, 2015-Jan. 31, 2016).
It's time again for our bi-annual field trip to the High Museum of Art!
Last day to purchase your tickets Saturday, October 10th
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