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Water is a basic building block and necessity for all life. It is essential for agricultural, industrial, and household use for basic human health and economic development. Caring for water and water systems is vital to make sure we have enough to use to drink, grow crops, support fishing, support tourism, and mitigate storm and drought damage.
In celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month, the City of Atlanta – Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs is pleased to introduce our new interview series, “In The Tradition.” Premiering on Tuesday, April 6, at 7:30 PM, the weekly series will share exclusive interviews with renowned jazz artists.
This exhibition showcases more than one hundred photographs from the High’s collection, many of them never before on view, and charts the medium’s history from the dawn of the modern period to the present through the work of women photographers.
Explore the stories and science of habitats, and the plants, animals, and humans that call them home in this new outdoor exhibit. The elevated walkway into WildWoods leads guests through a tour of the natural world. Set against the backdrop of a thriving forest found just minutes from the heart of downtown Atlanta, this new exhibit invites guests to travel “through” habitats and biomes found around the globe and explore the importance of preserving these natural communities through large-scale sculptures of animals, nests, flowers and more, created in partnership with local artists.
Take time for yourself in this hour-long program with our certified yoga instructor. Spend time with some of Zoo Atlanta’s favorite animal species and allow us to share the peace of nature with you as you unwind and recharge mid-week. These programs are perfect for beginners to intermediates, and no prior experience is required.
SUPERnatural: Glass Art in Bloom brings dozens of large-scale contemporary glass sculptures by Jason Gamrath, reflecting the beauty of nature to the Garden. The 13 installations of about 150 pieces of brilliantly colorful sculptures will all represent blooming plants.
The Light Behind the Lens, Watson’s first solo U.S. museum exhibition, features more than 50 works curated from his extensive photographic archive to showcase his distinctive style, expert use of light and shadow, and the wide range of his artistic career.