The full return to campus has resulted in a resurgence of events, both virtual and in person. Here is a sample of free things you can enjoy in October.
1. Spend time at the Carlos Museum
The museum is renovated Asian gallery was unveiled at the end of August, with a reconfigured space that allows a better display of many objects. The “Resonance: Recent acquisitions in photographyThe exhibition explores the act of interpretation through the seemingly opposing themes of isolation and oneness, loss and shared joy, fear and courage, among others. Although the works were from several photographers between 1963 and 2015, the exhibition is meant to resonate with the unprecedented realities and deep emotions experienced by many in 2020. “Resonance” is on display until October 24.
“Each / Other” celebrates the work of Marie Watt and Cannupa Hanska Luger, two prominent contemporary Indigenous artists whose processes focus on collaborative artistic creation. Members of the Emory community contributed to some of the works on display.
Admission to Carlos Museum is always free to museum members and Emory University faculty, staff and students.
2. Develop your thinking with engaging speakers
Discussions on several thought-provoking topics are scheduled for October, with some offering both in-person and virtual registration options. Learn from weekly speakers during the Series of symposia on race and difference hosted by the James Weldon Johnson Institute for the Study of Race and Difference Mondays at 12 p.m.
Candler School of Theology explores Martin Luther’s views on various topics and how they relate to today. To listen “Luther’s Calls to Ethnic Identity and Implications for Social Justice“Wednesday October 6 at 12 noon and”Luther and Islam»Wednesday October 20 at 12 noon
3. Hear an artist talk about restitution and redemption
On Thursday, October 7 at 6 p.m., artist and Emory Arts scholar Masud Olufani will discuss how the history of racial trauma and the creative ways marginalized populations practiced constructive resilience in the face of sustained brutalization served as a catalyst. at his work. His lecture, “Excavation: Undermining memory for restitution and redemption“, will be held at the Carlos Museum.
4. Brush up on your security skills
Emory’s Annual Campus Security Fair returns Thursday, October 7 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Cox Hall Bridge. Learn about available security resources, play games, and get free gifts. The event is hosted by the Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response, Emory Fire Safety, Emory Police Department, Emory EMS and the Office of Environmental Health and Safety.
5. Listen to a few songs, including those from student performers.
Musical performances are back on campus, including one Cooke’s Noon Concert at the Carlos Museum on Friday October 15 and Jazz on the Green concerts with Emory jazz ensembles Thursday October 7, and Thursday October 21, at 18 hours
The Schwartz Center for Performing Arts will host several programs: the Emory University Symphony Orchestra Saturday October 23 at 8 p.m. Emory Wind Ensemble Sunday October 24 at 4 p.m. Emory Concert Choir and University Choir Friday October 29 at 8 p.m. and Beethoven and a Big Band Saturday, October 30 at 8 p.m. with the Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta.
6. Celebrate Emory’s Return and Look to the Future
Relive the moments and reimagine the future for Reunion weekend, October 21-23. Events are back on campus this year, with live concerts, special exhibits, reunions and more. The entire Emory community – including faculty, staff, and students – are invited.
Plus, don’t miss the opportunity to participate in the launch of 2O36, Emory’s movement to rethink and reshape the future. With an eye on Emory’s bicentennial, 2O36 inspires investment in people for the good of people, bringing the Emory community together to build on our mission to serve humanity through knowledge. Join the 2O36 celebration on Friday, October 22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Quad will be open for an immersive experience like no other with interactive domes, food, freebies and more.
7. Sit back and relax with virtual meditation programs
8. Well done for the Emory Eagles
On the Oxford campus, catch one of the last tennis matches of the fall season or watch the cross-country and football teams compete against each other. Atlanta campus teams also compete in fall tennis, soccer and cross-country, as well as women’s volleyball. Find the latest schedules and results (as well as spectator guidelines) on the Oxford College Athletics website and Emory Eagles website.
9. Sample samples while learning about sustainable food
Emory led by students Sustainable Food Fair returns on October 26 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. after having been rained on October 5. Head to Asbury Circle to sample sustainable food, learn about sustainable food systems, and more. The fair takes place alongside the Emory Farmer’s Market, which takes place Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., where you can buy ready meals, fresh produce and more from local vendors.