Giving Opportunities at the Michael C. Carlos Museum


Bonnie Speed
Director, Michael C. Carlos Museum

Annual gifts to the Carlos Museum support discovery and learning for more than 100,000 visitors who experience the museum each year. Your gifts help the Carlos Museum engage families, collaborate with Emory’s academic departments, and offer free programming tailored to myriad audiences from schoolchildren and families to history buffs and scholars.

The Carlos Museum is a place of inquiry for students learning the art and science of conservation in the only university museum conservation lab in the region. It is a place of empowerment for individuals in early stages of Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers who tour with specially trained docents in a program called Museum Moments. It is a place of unique, object-based learning for those interested in using original works of art to study the stories of civilization to gain a better understanding of the world in which they live.

Annual gifts support the Carlos Museum’s educational programs and enable  the museum to strengthen its permanent collections and mount special exhibitions, bringing works of art to the region that enhance the cultural landscape.

Great universities have great museums, and their cornerstone includes supporters who believe in and contribute to them. Please consider a gift today.

Bonnie Speed
Director, Michael C. Carlos Museum

Click here to make your annual gift to the Carlos Museum today.

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