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In her series titled Loss and Resurrection, lens-based artist and photographer Manjari Sharma documents her mother's on-going battle against (Frontotemporal) dementia. In this conversation, Sharma speaks with Dr.
Vishnu, the preserver, comes to earth in times of distress in order to maintain the cosmic order.
Author and Associate Professor of Creative Writing at Emory Tipahine Yanique reads Chicken in the Kitchen, Nnedi Okarfor's award-winning look at masquerade culture in West Africa through th
In 2017, the Carlos Museum and Emory's Art History Department welcomed art historian Kirk Savage to campus to speak about "Iconoclasm and the Confederacy: The Challenge of White Supremacy in the Memorial Landscape."
In this video, Geshe Lobsang Tenzin Negi leads a 10-minute meditation in the Asian Galleries of the Carlos Museum alongside a 10th-century gilt statue of Shakyamuni Buddha from Tibet.