The Carlos Museum is closed to visitors until further notice. This decision was made out of an abundance of caution and in response to the rapidly evolving information regarding coronavirus (COVID-19). We will continue to provide updates here as the situation evolves, and we look forward to connecting with our community on Facebook and Instagram and through our e-newsletter.
The Carlos offers a wide variety of public programs for adults related to the museum's collections and exhibitions, including lectures, the Carlos Reads Book Club, chamber music concerts, cooking classes, and more.
A civilized learning experience. Enjoy afternoon tea and scones as museum curators and Emory faculty members and graduate students discuss works of art in the collections and exhibitions. These programs are free and open to the Emory community and the public.
Carlos Reads offers an opportunity to read and discuss great works of literature related to the museum's collections and exhibitions in an informal, small group setting, with distinguished members of the Emory faculty as guides.
Lectures, Gallery Talks, & Classes
The Carlos Museum offers broad array of public programs with renowned scholars, contemporary artists and authors, practicing artists, and even renowned chefs who contextualize and enliven our collections and exhibitions.
Ackerman Hall provides an intimate setting for a variety of performances such as chamber music concerts, poetry readings, and screenings.