We recommend Ebrik Coffee Room on Level Three for coffee, snacks, and pastries. On-campus options include the Cox Hall food court, Kaldi’s at the Depot, and Highland Bakery at Goizueta Business School. In Emory Village, a short walk from campus, you’ll find Rise and Dine, Saba, Dragon Bowl, Dave’s Cosmic Subs, Falafel King, and Chipotle Mexican Grill. If you don’t mind a short drive, you can also try Emory Point, which offers The General Muir, Marlow’s Tavern, and Aladdin’s Mediterranean Grill among other choices.
Over time, light can damage artwork, so we keep the lights dim for preservation purposes.
To ensure the safety of the artwork, the museum closely monitors environmental conditions. A cool temperature helps preserve the artwork.
Repeated handling of artwork can cause damage such as staining, corrosion, abrasion, surface loss, or breakage.
The museum asks that backpacks and all large bags are checked at the information desk to ensure the safety of the artwork.
Yes, sketching with pencil is permitted in the galleries.
In addition to scheduled programming, the museum offers SmARTy Packs, available to borrow from the information desk, that are filled with activities that families can do together in the galleries and fun Family Guides to the collection that kids can take home with them.
You may find information about some items in our online database. If you need additional information or are interested in publishing images of our collection, please contact email@example.com.
Our curators are occasionally able to offer information about items. The Carlos Museum cannot authenticate or offer valuations. We recommend you consult a certified appraiser.
Michael C. Carlos was an Atlanta businessman and philanthropist. He was the chairman of the board and CEO of National Distributing Company, Inc. until his death in 2002.
No, our lectures are not filmed.
Non-flash photography is permitted in the permanent collection galleries. No photography of temporary exhibitions is permitted.
If you enjoy helping with events or light administrative work such as filing and mailing assembly, the Development Office has volunteer opportunities available, either on a recurring or stand-alone basis. For more information about these opportunities, contact Kate Stanton at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-727-2623.
The museum also recruits new docents on a yearly basis; to learn more, contact Katie Ericson at email@example.com or 404-727-2363.