The Carlos Museum will close to visitors until further notice beginning on Monday, March 16. This decision was made out of an abundance of caution and in response to the rapidly evolving information regarding coronavirus (COVID-19). We will continue to provide updates here as the situation evolves, and we look forward to connecting with our community on Facebook and Instagram and through our e-newsletter.
Workshops at the Carlos help teachers read works of art and prepare them to help students discover what art can tell us about the cultures that created it, the environment in which it was made, belief systems, societal structures, and more.
Museum staff, Emory faculty, and practicing artists provide educators with effective ways to communicate about works of art and how to integrate them into the study of history, science, religion, and more.
Teacher Advisory Council
The Teacher Advisory Council advises and supports the Carlos Museum’s Office of Educational Programs in the development and promotion of resources and programs for K-12 school groups and teachers. The Carlos seeks educators who are interested in collaborating with museum staff to ensure quality resources for teachers and their students.