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In a lecture titled "The Amarna Sunset," Aidan Dodson, Professor of Egyptology at the University of Bristol, explores what we know and can infer about the period of less than a decade that spanned the triumphal ‘durbar’ of Akhenaten’s Year 12 to the point at which Tutankhamun’s Restoration Stela
As an art student, Atlanta tattooist Lauren Visconti began visiting the Carlos's Greek and Roman galleries, where she loved to draw the drapery, anatomy, and curls of the ancient statues.
Curator of Greek and Roman Art Ruth Allen gives a tour of the Carlos' most recent exhibition Making an Impression: The Art and Craft of Ancient Engraved Gemstones.
Curator of Greek and Roman Art Ruth Allen joins art historian and author James Cahill as they discuss his “electric” debut novel, Tiepolo Blue, in which the life and career of a revered but repressed British art historian at the height of his powers are turned upside-down, leading to a s
Curator of Greek and Roman Art, Ruth Allen, leads a conversation about the materials, tools, and techniques used by artisans in antiquity and today with master gem engraver Chavdar Chushev, who was in residency at the Carlos, met with students and conducted public programs in conjunction with the