High Frequency Friday returns to the High Museum on February 4
The High Museum of Art presents High Frequency Friday on February 4 and features a cultural experience designed to raise the vibration.
Set out on a musical journey with the city’s most popular DJs and enjoy the Museum’s collection and special exhibitions including KAWS PRINTS, Disrupting Design: Modern Posters, 1900–1940, Picturing the South: 25 Years, and Really Free: The Radical Art of Nellie Mae Rowe.
This event does not include the Obama Portraits Tour. (Click here for tickets).
This month’s performances are curated by WERCCREW: Hourglass, DJ Lindsey and Jash Jay.
In addition, there will also be world premiere screenings of Permanent: A Couple in Prospect Park (being together). Inspired by Dawoud Bey’s stunning image of a black couple in Brooklyn’s historic Prospect Park, Permanent features original choreography and music inspired by themes of love and togetherness. The piece attempts to capture the essence of these primary emotions as well as Bey’s generative creative process.
The collaboration between the African Diaspora Art Museum of Atlanta (ADAMA), Komansé Dance Theater, and the High Museum of Art was performed and filmed between October and November 2021 and features an original music composition by Okorie Johnson and ashatune.
Show times are 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. in Rich Theatre, Memorial Arts Building. There will also be a talkback with co-directors Kamryn Harris and Rajanna Brown immediately following each screening.