Giving Opportunities at the Michael C. Carlos Museum

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As one of Emory University’s brightest stars, the Michael C. Carlos Museum makes vital contributions to the university’s mission to create, preserve, and share knowledge in the service of humanity. Celebrating its centennial next year, the museum continues to build upon its reputation for excellence by providing world-class collections and exhibitions, highly trained curators and conservators, innovative programs for communities and classrooms, and first-rate facilities to display and protect Emory’s priceless treasures of history.

With the start of the new academic year, the museum staff is preparing exciting new exhibitions and a spectacular calendar of educational programs. We depend on your annual gifts and sincerely hope you will partner with us to advance this important work:

Funding for special exhibitions secures our position as a dynamic interdisciplinary center that cultivates literacy in the arts and fosters understanding of diverse religions and civilizations.

Funding for educational programs provides critical resources for university faculty and students, K-12 schoolchildren and teachers, and members of our community who look to universities for enrichment and educational opportunities.

Funding for the museum’s renowned conservation laboratory allows us not only to preserve the art and artifacts of world cultures for generations to come, but also to introduce students to the intersections of art and science.

The Carlos Museum is a gateway between the campus and the community. I would be so grateful if you could help us strengthen these important avenues for public scholarship and service through your annual gift.

Warmest regards,

Bonnie Speed | Director, Michael C. Carlos Museum
Bonnie Speed
Director, Michael C. Carlos Museum

P.S. Your annual gift deepens your connection to the Carlos Museum beyond membership. Invest in our continuing success by making your annual gift today. Click here to make your annual gift to the Carlos Museum.

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