If you think one of the best things about Atlanta is our unbeatable collection of street art, then we have the perfect tour for you to take in the fall. The High Museum of Art are hosting this intimate experience where you’ll engage with A-Town through its art!
The Art and About Walking Tour will guide you through the East Atlanta neighborhood, which boasts such a diverse line-up of public art like murals, graffiti, and more. Retired engineer and creator of Atlanta Street Art Map, Arthur Rudick, will be your familiarized tour-guide. You’ll explore the art in the quirky and bohemian East ATL neighborhood.
Through guided exploration, participants will learn about the artworks, artists, and commissioning processes of these public artworks. The tour will also include a lesson on how to read graffiti writing.
This tour will be taking place on October 20, commence at the corner of Joseph Avenue and Glenwood Avenue and will cover approximately one mile of walking distance.
There is free on-street parking available on Joseph Avenue. Assistive-listening devices will be provided, and lightweight collapsible stools may be requested in advance. This tour will be taking place 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
In other news from the High Museum of Art, there’s a brand new exhibit opening soon at Atlanta’s beloved art gallery. Stephen Burks: Shelter in Place will explore the future of living through design, art, architecture, crafting, and beyond. Click here or the link below for more information.