The McClung Museum has dozens of videos and presentations, including museum lectures, behind-the-scenes tours, exhibition videos, and more. Check out highlights below and discover more on YouTube and Slideshare:
Featured videos from the McClung Museum. Find more by subscribing to our YouTube channel:
As part of programming for our exhibition, Zen Buddhism and the Arts of Japan, Megan Bryson of the UT Department of Religious Studies presented the lecture “From Zen Art to Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance,” a look at what is actually related to Zen Buddhism and what is really just part of popular culture.
The lecture “Civil War Military Action in East Tennessee, 1863″ was given by Joan Markel as part of the McClung Museum’s Civil War Lecture Series in 2012 to mark the Sesquicentennial of the Civil War. Markel, Civil War curator at the McClung Museum, presented a series of lectures in 2012 about East Tennessee’s experiences from 1861 to 1865.
Featured presentations from the McClung Museum. Find more on Slideshare:
This presentation, given by Gerald Dinkins, curator of malacology at the McClung Museum, and mussel expert Steven A. Ahlstedt provides an overview of the mussel fauna and shells occurring in the Cumberlandian Region of East Tennessee.
Educational videos featured on our YouTube Channel can be used in the classroom or for personal use: