Carlos on the Road
February 19 - May 18, 2014
The Carlos Museum plaque of the goddess Lhamo is currently on view at Asia society in New York in their exhibit "Golden Visions of Densatil: a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery"
March 15-May 18, 2014
Carlos Museum object loans continue to augment the impact of popular exhibitions across the nation. These loans allow museums to reconstruct original contexts, further audience insights, while offering a direct experience of ancient civilizations through primary sources. Not the least of which is the inclusion of the Carlos Museum’s figure of Goddess Lhamo in the Asia Society’s exhibition, Golden Visions of Densatil: a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery, on view through May 18, 2014.
September 21, 2013 - June 8, 2014
Carlos Museum objects are on loan to the Albany Institute of History and Art as part of The Mystery of the Albany Mummies exhibition. Art and artifacts from around the world and advanced medical technologies help unravel the mystery of the Albany mummies.
The Carlos Museum has closely cooperated on a number of projects with the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology at the University of Michigan, including work at Abydos to better understand the context of Emory’s Old Kingdom mummy. These stela date to around the early 4th Century A.D. and reflect the influence of Greco-Roman culture in Egypt. Michigan excavated part of the vast cemetery of Kom Abu Billou that was the graveyard for the town of Terenouthis. The tombs had chapels with decorated altars that housed small limestone stela that depicted the tomb owner.
Long-term Collection Share Partnership
HMNS, one of the top ten most visited museums in the country, collaborates with the Carlos Museum on conservation and research in developing a new permanent 10,000-square-foot hall of Ancient Egypt.