Learn more about these past events and programs below.
In order to preserve our Emory University Library collections, conservators closely monitor the environmental conditions of the collection spaces.
For the 2022 Laszlo-Excalibur lecture, the Carlos Museum welcomed Mary Louise Hart, former curator at the Getty Villa specializing in the art and performance of ancient Greek drama, and Tony Award-winning writer-director Mary Zimmerman for a Zoom conversation with Curator of Greek and Roman Art R
In this video, Dr. Rebecca Stone, retired Carlos Museum Curator of Art of the Americas, discusses key objects in the collection that display imagery of sacred (visionary) plants and/or animals. Then she considers differing attitudes towards mind-altering substances.
In this artist talk, Ali discusses her Buddhist Bug project, in which she combines live performance, installation, photography, and video art to reflect her autobiographical exploration of hybrid identities and her own spiritual turmoil between Islam and Buddhism.
Belgian/Beninese artist Fabrice Monteiro's series The Prophecy combines storytelling, fashion photography, and photojournalism to raise awareness about environmental devastation.
Curator of Works on Paper Andi McKenzie explores Romare Bearden's Mother and Child from the series titled Conspiracy: Artist as Witness on view in the exhibition The Eye, the Mind, and the Heart from January 15, 2022-March 6, 2022.
Walter Melion, Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Art History and director of the Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry, explores Rembrandt's Virgin and Child in the Clouds in the exhibition The Eye, the Mind, and the Heart.