A woman sits at a table surrounded by oil pastels. She wears a hat and green sweater and is drawing large, swirling black lines with an oil pastel on paper.
Visitors at the High Museum get a chance to try their hand with different art materials on Access for All day. (Taylor Boysen/Fresh Take Georgia)

Atlanta’s High Museum of Art launched its new Access for All Program on Jan. 17, encouraging visitors to immerse themselves in the art and culture rooted in the city. The new initiative offers guests free admission to the museum on the third Wednesday of every month.

From live music performances to hands-on art workshops, museum guests have the opportunity to both admire the facility’s galleries and learn to create their own art. The program is open to everyone, but the workshops were specifically designed to promote adult lifelong cultural learning. 

In this video, Taylor Boysen reports from the High Museum.

Video edited and produced by Claire Becknell.

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