Carlos Museum Partners with Georgia's Public Libraries

Thanks to a new partnership between the Michael C. Carlos Museum and Georgia Public Library Service, Georgia families can now enjoy the museum's exquisite permanent collections and renowned special exhibitions showcasing arts and culture from around the world.

Family Pass Program
Through the partnership's Family Pass program, families can visit the museum for free. Individuals and families with a valid Georgia library card can now check out a Family Pass to the Carlos Museum for six people at more than 400 participating libraries across all 159 Georgia counties. 

Carlos Museum for families
Programs for children and families at the Carlos Museum provide opportunities for children and teens to learn from artists of the ancient world in the galleries and from some of Atlanta’s best practicing artists in the studio. Check out our special family events, programs for teens, Artful Stories, and so many more inspiring, educational, and creative offerings here

Color in the poster
To creatively celebrate this partnership, color in a black and white version of the Family Pass program poster: View/Download

More on the partnership
This partnership also includes programs at several Georgia public libraries each year and an eight-panel touring photographic exhibition, Discover the Stories of Civilization: Stories of Beauty, Power, Love, Glory and Faith, that opened in Leesburg at the Lee County Library on September 30, 2016. Plans call for Discover the Stories of Civilization to visit more than a dozen public library systems around the state throughout 2017, including the Bartram Trail library from March 18 to April 4, Jefferson County from April 8 to April 23, and DeSoto Trail from April 29 to May 14.