Carlos Museum

William Shakespeare’s First Folio, the first published collection of his plays, has joined the Second, Third and Fourth Folios at Emory. The Michael C. Carlos Museum opened the exhibition “The First Folio: The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare,” which displays ...

Charles S. Ackerman, a real estate businessman and entrepreneur, gifted $1 million to Emory’s Michael C. Carlos Museum, according to Jennifer Long, assistant director of development at the Carlos Museum. Ackerman intends for the donation to contribute to the museum’s ...

Transformed by Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art, a walk through the third floor of Emory’s Michael C. Carlos Museum is a walk through the vivid visual history of our continent’s earliest inhabitants, featuring 118 breathtaking pieces from the ...

Sometimes you like to look at art. Sometimes you like to marvel at science. Last week, the Emory community got to experience both of them working together in a beautiful display at Marcus Neustetter’s “Light Experiments.” On Friday, March 20, ...

Emory kicked off the 15th annual Tibet Week with a panel about China and Tibet relations and a live Mandala art painting exhibition at the Michael C. Carlos Museum on Monday. “The Tibet struggle is much more than slogans,” the ...

Annual Report of the President On Jan. 29, University President James W. Wager released his annual report as well as his 2014 “State of the University” video. In the video, Wagner discusses the how excellence, integrity and optimism are three ...

By Leila Yavari Contributing Writer Egyptologist Melinda Hartwig will be the new curator of Egyptian, Nubian and Near Eastern art, the second such curator at Emory, according to a Jan. 7 University press release. She will succeed Peter Lacovara, the ...

Children and families in Halloween costumes were greeted at the Michael C. Carlos Museum Friday evening for the seventh annual Mummies and Milkshakes event.The event, hosted by the Carlos Museum and Jake’s Ice Cream, is a recurring event as part ...

On Friday, Sept. 21, the Michael C. Carlos Museum debuted its “Drawing in the Galleries” event, which allowed artists to sketch ancient sculptures from the Greek and Roman galleries. Guest speaker, award-winning architect and artist Lane M. Duncan provided a ...