Exhibition temporarily closed
"Tell the Whole Story from Beginning to End:" The Ramayana in Indian Painting is temporarily closed while musem staff addresses environmental conditions in the gallery. Click here to learn more about conservation and how the Carlos Museum safeguards the art in its care.  MORE INFORMATION...
 
THE RAMAYANA ANTI-HERO
In the Sanskrit epic, the Ramayana, Ravana is defeated by Rama and dies. Yet, in central India, giant statues of the ten-headed demon king stand tall. Joyce Flueckiger, professor of religion, discusses these monumental images and the alternative ideologies, theologies, and identities created by them. MORE INFORMATION...
 
Workshop for Children: Do Muso Mask
Curator of African Art Amanda Hellman will lead children ages 9-12 on an exploration of the Mali Empire and the great ruler Mansa Musa. Inspired by the beautiful metalwork of a Cote d'Ivoire maiden mask, children will create collages with artist Edmund Royster. Space is limited. Call 404-727-0519 to register. MORE INFORMATION...
 
EMORY STUDENT MEMBERSHIP
Join our community! Take advantage of Student Memberships at the Carlos Museum. While all Emory students receive free admission to the museum every day, student members have a few more benefits to enjoy! 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...
 
CHECK OUT A FREE LIBRARY PASS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD
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 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...