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Michael C. Carlos Museum - Emory University
571 S Kilgo Street
Phone: 404 727 4282 --
Statement of Purpose:
Works of art from
Greece, Rome, Egypt, SubSaharan Africa, Near East, Asia and ancient
Americas. Prints and drawings from the 13th century to the present. The
Michael C. Carlos Museum is located within Emory University and serves
its community as well the
general public. Its permanent collection of over 15,000 objects spans
nearly 9,000 years from the prehistoric cultures of seventh millennium
B.C. to the twentieth century. It occupies a 45,000 square foot
building designed by internationally-renowned
Highlights & Collections:
The Michael C. Carlos Museum
houses a permanent collection of 15,000 objects including art from
Egypt, Greece, Rome, the Near East, the Americas, Asia, Africa and
Oceania, and European and
American prints and drawings ranging from the Middle Ages to the
twentieth century. Founded in 1919, the Museum was expanded in 1993 to
include 29 galleries for the permanent collections, and
eight galleries for special exhibitions of all periods, featuring the
holdings of other nationally and internationally-renowned institutions.
Tuesday - Saturday: 10 am to 4
Sunday: 12pm to 4 pm
Monday and Emory University
Admission & Directions:
Suggested donation is $3.00
Check with us at a later date.
The Carlos Museum Is Currently Conducting An International Search For A
New Director. The Former Director, Dr. Maxwell Anderson, Is Now
Directing The Art Gallery of Ontario.
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