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Top special museum and art exhibits happening in June 2022 in Atlanta

Paige Minds The Gap

Check out these special museum exhibits and art exhibitions on display in Atlanta this June.
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Imagine Picasso: The Immersive Exhibition at Pullman Yards

Event Dates: now through June 9, 2022

Experience the works of Pablo Picasso through this immersive exhibit. Featuring more than 200 of Picasso's works, this journey through the career of the master of modern art allows you to experience every brushstroke up close.

Bytes & Brews at the Computer Museum of America

Event Date: June 24, 2022 from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The Computer Museum of America is bringing back their successful Bytes & Brews series. During this event, the CMoA will unveil an Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) and the numeric display and keyboard called the DSKY that astronauts used to communicate with the AGC. Attendees can explore the Museum, listen to live music, and enjoy light appetizers and adult beverages for sale. The event is for 21+ only.

Game Changers at College Football Hall of Fame

Event Dates: now through June 30, 2022

The College Football Hall of Fame's newest exhibit "Game Changers" showcases events over the past 50 years that have shaped the history of college football.

What Is Left Unspoken, Love at the High Museum of Art

Event Dates: now through August 14, 2022

What Is Left Unspoken, Love at the High Museum of Art features contemporary artworks from 1987 to 2021 that attempt to address the different ways that love is expressed.

O’KEEFFE: One Hundred Flowers at Illuminarium Atlanta

Event Dates: now through August 31, 2022

This immersive experience of color, texture, scent, and interactivity through the paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe is the latest from Illuminarium Atlanta. Explore a virtual garden of O'Keeffe's most celebrated pieces.

Indigo Prayers: A Creation Story at the Michael C. Carlos Museum

Event Dates: now through September 11, 2022

This special exhibit displays a series of paintings by local Atlanta artist, Charmaine Minniefield, inspired by her time in the Gambia, West Africa searching for her grandmother's ancestral lines. Her work explores indigenous pigments like indigo, crushed oyster shells, and mahogany bark as evidence of cultural preservation.

Face Value at SCAD FASH

Event Dates: now through September 11, 2022

Come see the work of Gary Lockwood, aka Freehand Profit, who meticulously deconstructs rare, expensive, highly sought-after, and classic sneakers and remixes the material into elaborate masks. This display of fantastical, three-dimensional masks engages ideas of real and perceived value.

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