The High Museum of Art in Atlanta has made strides to increase diversity among its non-white visitors.
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The High Museum of Art in Atlanta has made strides to increase diversity among its non-white visitors.

One of the ways we learn about the world’s many cultures is through art, but art museums have struggled to diversify their patrons. In Atlanta, the High Museum of Art has made some important to strides in that regard. In the last few years, the museum’s non-white audience has tripled. High Museum director Rand Suffolk joined us to talk about the museum's work to broaden its appeal We also heard from Mariët Westermann, the executive vice president of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.