Toddler Thursday is in the News!

Thanks to WSB-TV and Macaroni Kids for writing about our expanded Toddler Thursday Program! Following a year-long evaluation of the program with our friends at Georgia State University, we are launching improvements to the program beginning September 1! This Thursday, we’ll begin expanded hours. The program will run from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.

We hope to see you soon!

Chocolate Masterpieces!

On Sunday, August 14,we made chocolate paintings inspired by Vik Muniz’s Action Photo from his Pictures of Chocolate series. We wanted to share a few of our favorites with you!IMG_0192IMG_0194

Introducing the Gallery of Forgotten Art

We’re excited to announce that this Wednesday, the High Museum of Art is opening the Gallery of Forgotten Art. Located in our nursing room on the lower level of the Stent Wing, the Gallery features select pieces of art made by children at various Family programs. So parents, next time you’re at the museum, be sure to take a peek in the nursing room to appreciate the hard work of our museum patrons. Due to the “forgotten” nature of our art, most pieces are unidentified and untitled! So help us out by letting us know if the artist’s hand looks suspiciously like that of your little artist…

This gallery is dedicated to the hardworking mothers, fathers, grandparents, aunts, uncles, nannies, foster parents, and all caregivers who work tirelessly while also introducing the next generation to the power of art.

Curated by Annie Butler.


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