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When I applied for the exhibitions and curation internship, I was drawn to the description that the intern would be […]

Cheryl L. Morrison, Nathan A. Johnson, Jess W. Jones, Michael S. Eackles, Aaron W. Aunins, Daniel B. Fitzgerald, Eric M. […]

The McClung’s annual celebration of International Archaeology Day, Can You Dig it? (CYDI), has been a programming staple for over […]

As a part of the McClung Museum’s Museum in Progress initiative and new Collections Management Policy, we have been taking efforts address […]

Earlier this year, we posted about updates we were making to our Decorative Arts gallery. We have been continuing that […]

A few days ago Gerry Dinkins, our Curator of Malacology & Natural History, welcomed two researchers from East Tennessee State […]

Our Curator of Malacology, Gerry Dinkins, is back with more notes from the field. Here is how a malacologist spends […]

  Before COVID-19, the museum would regularly work with assisted living homes, senior centers, and other similar residencies to welcome […]

While most of his time is spent studying freshwater mussels, the McClung’s Curator of Malacology, Gerry Dinkins, can also be […]

When the McClung Museum was forced to close in March 2020 due to Covid-19, staff quickly identified two major opportunities: […]