The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum (aka The Breman) in Atlanta celebrates and commemorates Jewish history, culture, and art through events featuring concerts, movies, books, discussions, genealogy, and group tours. Our three display areas feature the Holocaust, Southern Jewish Heritage & History, and a constantly changing gallery of engaging themes. Our museum also contains the Cuba Family Archives for Southern Jewish History, which houses thousands of manuscript and photograph collections, as well as hundreds of artifacts, textiles, and oral histories related to southern Jewish history and the Holocaust. Stop in today or contact us for more information!
Founded in 1973 as Nexus, a grassroots artists’ cooperative, Atlanta Contemporary has since become one of the southeast’s leading contemporary art centers. We play a vital role in Atlanta’s cultural landscape by presenting over 20 exhibitions within four seasonal cycles each year, featuring over 100 consequential artists from the local, national, and international art scenes. We are one of the few local institutions that commissions new works by artists, paying particular attention to artists of note who have not had a significant exhibition in the Southeast. We organize 80+ diverse educational offerings annually, unrivaled by other local organizations of our size. We are the only local organization to provide on-site subsidized studio space to working artists through our Studio Artist Program, removing cost as a barrier to the creative process. We present 80+ educational programs and events each year, including Contemporary Cocktails, Contemporary Kids, Contemporary Talks, Curator tours, film screenings, panel discussions, performances, donor excursions, and workshops.Our Studio Artist Program supports local working artists by providing subsidized studio space and by fostering a collaborative environment supportive of the creative process. Supporters of Atlanta Contemporary enjoy an array of benefits ranging from free admission and discounts on select events, discounts at our SHOP & COVER Books, behind-the-scenes previews of exhibitions with artists, curator-led trips and excursions, and much more. Whatever your interest, there is a level for you. At Atlanta Contemporary, we strive to create unique experiences that are engaging, memorable, and thought-provoking.
The High Museum of Art, founded in 1905 as the Atlanta Art Association, is the leading art museum in the Southeastern United States. With over 14,000 works of art in its permanent collection, the High Museum of Art has an extensive anthology of 19th- and 20th-century American art; significant holdings of European paintings and decorative art; a growing collection of African American art; and burgeoning collections of modern and contemporary art, photography and African art. The High is also dedicated to supporting and collecting works by Southern artists and is distinguished as the only major museum in North America to have a curatorial department specifically devoted to the field of folk and self-taught art. The High Museum of Art is a Division of the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta, which also includes the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and Arts for Learning.