Michael C. Carlos Museum
Emory University / Atlanta, GA
The Michael C. Carlos Museum is located within Emory University at 571 Kilgo Street, Atlanta, GA 30322-1950, 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. The museum also offers special exhibitions, lectures, films, and workshops, as well as the Caffè Antico. It occupies a 45,000 square foot building designed by internationally renowned architect Michael Graves. Michael Graves has written an article "Architecture of the Michael C. Carlos Museum".
For hours and admission fees please see the Museum's website.
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