Sometimes it’s good to treat yourself to something different; expand your horizons and get a taste of culture you might not normally experience. Well, this past Friday I did exactly that. Friday Night Music Remixes at the High Museum of Art bring together a diverse crowd of people to socialize with and enjoy. From babies to baby boomers, Atlanta’s finest show up and add their savory seasonings to the recipe for a great night.Outside on the Sifly Piazza in the center of the Woodruff Arts Center campus you will find the children and inner children of playful adults spinning joyfully inside the Los Trompos (Spinning Tops) art installation.
Los Trompos is an interactive setting which was utilized by Dad’s Garage on Friday night, a group of talented and innovative improvisers that performed in the Piazza and had the crowd leaping with laughter.Inside the museum, the reverberation of rhythm bounced gracefully through the hallways as Joe Gransden sounded his trumpet and led his amazing band. The music definitely energized the crowd, and after a few drinks from the cash bar, it was inevitable that the dancers would dance and the movers would shake. In addition to the music and playful activities happening outside, I had the opportunity to view every exhibit in the museum for half the price. I am definitely going again next month. For more information about the next Friday Night Music Remix, visit the High’s website or just CLICK HERE. To view more images from the night, CLICK HERE.