October 19, 2009

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Carlos Museum staff make final adjustments to the “Scripture for the Eyes” exhibit before its Oct. 17 opening.

Picturing the Scriptures
"Scripture for the Eyes: Bible Illustrations in Netherlandish Prints of the Sixteenth Century” will give museum visitors a sense of how “pictorial images gave people new ways to access and interpret the word of God,” says Walter Melion, Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Art History. Melion is curator of the Carlos Museum’s newest exhibition, on view until Jan. 24, 2010.
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Exploring race and difference
Intersecting dimensions of human difference — race, ethnicity, nationality and gender — explored through a multidisciplinary lens can yield practical, and even transformative, solutions.
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ASO leader to be Artist in Residence
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Music Director Robert Spano has been appointed an Emory University Distinguished Artist in Residence. On the orchestra’s 65th anniversary season, Spano’s residency marks the latest in a series of connections between Emory, the maestro and the ASO.
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