Art and Arts Initiatives at Emory
Arts for Everyone
Exhibits, Concerts, Programs
Emory annually hosts hundreds of cultural programs, most free and open to the public.
- Arts at Emory calendar
- Box office: 404.727.5050
- Follow Arts at Emory on social media
- Sign up for the Arts Email Club
The Arts Map helps visitors find their way to all the exhibits and events on campus.
The Michael C. Carlos Museum, which hosts the Southeast's largest ancient art collection, offers special exhibits and educational programming for all ages.
The Donna and Marvin Schwartz Center for Performing Arts hosts performers and audiences in thoughtful spaces.
Several creative spaces on campus may be reserved for special functions.
Emory broadens access to the arts through community outreach programs and artist residency programs.
Ethics & the Arts programs foster reflection and conversation.
Oxford College offers additional lectures and performances on its campus.
Classes, Groups, Discounts
Study the arts: Emory offers degree programs in art history, creative writing, dance, film and media studies, music, theater studies, and visual arts.
Student talent and interest sustains dozens of arts-related groups.
The Emory Arts Passport Program lets students see performances free or at a discount.