LECTURE: STUART AND REVETT AND THE ANTIQUITIES OF ATHENS
Dr. Elizabeth Dowling, professor emeritus in Georgia Tech’s College of Design, discusses the work and influence of James Stuart and Nicholas Revett, who were among the first adventurers to record Greek architecture. This event is co-sponsored by the Institute of Classical Architecture MORE INFORMATION...
 
CARLOS READS BOOK CLUB: THE SUNS OF INDEPENDENCE
Subha Xavier, assistant professor of French and Francophone literature at Emory, will lead a two-week discussion of The Suns of Independence, a masterpiece of modern African literature by Ahmadou Kourouma. Registration required. MORE INFORMATION...
 
CAMP CARLOS 2017
This summer at Camp Carlos, children will be exploring the theme of interpretation throughout the permanent collections. Become a member and take advantage of early registration for these ever-popular camps. Registration opens January 23 for Carlos Museum members and on February 6 for non-members. MORE INFORMATION...
 
AntiquiTEA
Enjoy afternoon tea and scones as Julianne Cheng, graduate student in Emory’s Art History Department, discusses ways in which Reflectance Transmission Imaging (rti) has helped to uncover elaborate preliminary sketches on works by the late archaic Athenian cup-painter, Onesimos. MORE INFORMATION...
 
SUBSCRIBE TO THE ENEWS: PROGRAMS, DEALS, AND MUCH MORE
When are those 20-foot mosaic panels depicting the Trojan War on view? Who is that 4,000-year-old mummy? When’s the next lecture featuring experts in the field of art and archaeology? Are there any special admission deals? Find out, once a month. Stay in touch.  MORE INFORMATION...
 
CARLOS MUSEUM PARTNERS WITH GEORGIA'S PUBLIC LIBRARIES
The Carlos Museum partners with the Georgia Public Library System to provide increased museum access to families across the state. Spread the word and take advantage of the Family Pass Program for free admission to the Carlos Museum. 
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CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION: FREE ADMISSION DAYS
One hundred free admission days have been scheduled through 2019, the Carlos Museum’s centennial year, as a way to thank the community whose support has played such a significant role in the story of the Museum’s success. MORE INFORMATION...