The Carlos Museum announces Carlos Conversations, a series of podcasts that use works of art in the Carlos Collection to spark conversations between distinguished members of Emory’s faculty. Developed in conjunction with Antenna Audio, each podcast brings together experts from different disciplines to look at museum objects in new and unusual ways.
Voted "Best Use of New Technology for Exploring Ancient Ideas" in the 2008 "Best of Atlanta" issue of Atlanta Magazine!
Download any podcast to your iPod or any portable mp3 player, bring it to the museum and receive free admission!
Faculty Curator of the Art of the Ancient Americas Rebecca Stone and Ricardo Gutiérrez-Mouat, Professor of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, discuss shamanism and how it shaped both ancient American art and the work of contemporary Latin American writers. Renowned author Mario Vargos Llosa joins the conversation via telephone.
Vishnu in his ultimate form, with all his many avatars represented, is the topic of conversation between Laurie Patton and Joyce Flueckiger, Professors in Emory's Department of Religion.