AntiquiTEA @ the Carlos Museum

AntiquiTEA is A civilized learning experience. Enjoy afternoon tea and scones as museum curators and Emory faculty members and graduate students discuss works of art in the collections and exhibitions. These programs are free and open to the Emory community and the public.


Before painting and firing a vase, Athenian artists made sketches on the surface of the clay using wood or charcoal. Enjoy afternoon tea and scones as Julianne Cheng, graduate student in Emory’s Art History Department, discusses ways in which Reflectance Transmission Imaging (RTI) has helped to uncover elaborate preliminary sketches on works by the late archaic Athenian cup-painter, Onesimos, student of Euphronios, in the Carlos collection.