Learn more about these past events and programs below.
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.
Linda Merrill, Senior Lecturer in Art History, will examine an etching that memorializes one of those picturesque structures, The Little Putney, No. 1 (1879).
Associate Professor of Art History Todd Cronan looks at a range of works in the exhibition The Eye, the Mind, and the Heart, from Millet to Masson.
In conjunction with the exhibition The Eye, the Mind, and the Heart, the Carlos Museum welcomed Emory alumna Virginia Gardner Troy, professor of Art History at Berry College, for a lecture titled “Discovering the Woven Work of Anni Albers." In this talk, Troy explores the ways in which Albers was
Artful Stories introduces young children to literature related to the museum's collections and exhibitions, encouraging them to look closely at works of art and engage in a hands-on activity.
In the 30th annual Nix Mann Endowed Lecture, titled "From Malaïka to Yemoja: A Reflection on Breaking Free," French-Beninese author and photographer Laeïla Adjovi delves into her artistic and literary practice, discussing topics that permeate her work and research: multilayered identities, fragme