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ODYSSEY ONLINE: SOUTH ASIA
The Carlos Museum's new website for upper elementary, middle, and high school students, Odyssey Online: South Asia, uses interactive technology to provide students with an engaging way to explore works of art in the collection and to gain an understanding of the ways in which these and similar objects function in temple and festival settings in India, and here in Atlanta.  MORE INFORMATION...
 
FOLLOW EMORY ARCHAEOLOGISTS ON ISITES
This summer, Carlos Museum assistant conservator Katie Etrie joins archaeologist Hilary Gopnik's team at the site of Oğlanqala in Azerbaijan. Follow Katie's and Hilary's work at the site, Bonna Wescoat's work on Samothrace, and Oded Borowski's work at Tel Halif on the Carlos Museum's iSites page. MORE INFORMATION...
 
SPIDER WOMAN TO HORNED SERPENT
As part of Emory's celebration and exploration of creation and creativity across cultures, the Carlos Museum is featuring indigenous art of the American Southwest, the gifts of "Spider Woman," beadwork and leather of the Plains, Cherokee sculpture and basketry, and Southeastern Mississippian shell jewelry. MORE INFORMATION...
 
BLUE STAR MUSEUMS: ONE OF 2,000 OFFERING FREE ADMISSION
The Carlos Museum is one of 2,000 museums across America to offer free admission to military personnel and their families this summer in collaboration with the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Museums, and the Department of Defense. MORE INFORMATION...
 
AFRICAN COSMOS: STELLAR ARTS
African Cosmos: Stellar Arts from the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art is the first major exhibition exploring the historical legacy of African cultural astronomy and its intersection with traditional and contemporary African arts. MORE INFORMATION...
 
THE 3000-YEAR-OLD NIPPUR DELUGE TABLET ON VIEW
Discovered in the ruins of ancient Babylonian city Nippur by University of Pennsylvania archaeologists, the tablet tells the story of a plan by the gods to destroy the world by means of a great flood. It recounts the tale of an immortal man, Utnapishti, who builds a huge boat to rescue his family and every type of animal. MORE INFORMATION...
 
CARLOS MUSEUM SELECTED AS HOST SITE FOR SHAKESPEARE'S FIRST FOLIO
The most celebrated Shakespearean plays would be lost to us without the First Folio, the first collected edition of Shakespeare’s plays. Emory has been selected as a host site for the Folger Shakespeare Library’s national tour of the First Folio in 2016. MORE INFORMATION...
 
CARLOS MUSEUM RECOGNIZED BY UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION FOR OUTSTANDING FACULTY COLLABORATIONS
Time and again, the Carlos Museum is creating scholarly and teaching opportunities that transform lives--opportunities that are intrinsically tied to the University's mission to "create, preserve, teach, and apply knowledge in the service of humanity."
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NEW AT THE MUSEUM BOOKSHOP
NOW AVAILABLE: BLOOD OF OLYMPUS, Rick Riordan's newest title in the Heroes of Olympus series inspired by Greek and Roman mythology, is now available in the Museum Bookshop! Copies are limited so get yours today! MORE INFORMATION...
 
CARLOS COLLECTIONS ONLINE
Over 1,000 high resolution images of works of art in the Carlos Museum's collections are available online. Browse the collection by clicking here  and, after searching, you can place images in a workspace for presentations. MORE INFORMATION...
 
SCIENCE AND ART CONSERVATION: RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS
Science teacher, interns, and our Carlos Conservators develop science lab activities based on art conservation practices and paired with Georgia Performance Standards for chemistry and biology. Look for teacher guides, student activities, learning units, context images, and additional resources. MORE INFORMATION...