Emory University's arts institutions host over 300 arts events on campus each year. The Atlanta community is invited to engage, explore and experience Emory's variety of arts programming.
The Emory College Center for Creativity & Arts aims to explore, encourage, and ignite arts engagement through student initiatives and public programs.
The Department of Film and Media Studies presents the Cinematheque Film Series each academic semester. The weekly screenings are free and open to the public.
The Creative Writing Reading Series features free public readings by four to six internationally renowned and prize-winning authors each year.
Emory Dance presents a wide range of public programming each year, including Emory Dance Company concerts, the Friends of Dance Lecture Series, guest artists, dance on film presentations, and informal and site-specific performances and events.
The Michael C. Carlos Museum is one of the Southeast's premier art museums with major collections of art objects from ancient Egypt, Nubia, Near East, Greece, Rome, ancient Americas, Africa, and Asia, as well as a collection of works on paper from the Renaissance to the present.
Emory is home to a wide variety of faculty-led music ensembles including choral, orchestral, jazz and world music groups. These ensembles present concerts each semester, most of which are free and open to the public.
The historic campus of Emory University's Oxford College offers theater, dance, music, and studio arts events.
The Schwartz Center for Performing Arts is home to music, dance and theater performance spaces. Over 100 arts events, including the Flora Glenn Candler Concert Series, are presented each year in the Schwartz Center.
The Emory College Council charters over fifty student-run arts organizations ranging from comedy improv and musical theater to world dance and a cappella groups.
Theater Emory is Emory's resident professional theater company. Presenting four to five productions each season, Theater Emory casts both professional and student actors providing a unique laboratory for faculty and students.
The Emory Libraries house more than 3.4 million volumes and are also home to several collections and exhibition spaces. These include the Schatten Gallery in the Robert W. Woodruff Library and Emory's Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL).