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Museums are not Neutral

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

In Buddhist traditions, bodhisattvas are enlightened beings who have achieved nirvana or enlightenment, but have delayed entering paradise in order […]

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

Henriette Wachman, was part of a group of female artists who lived and worked in Europe in the late 1800s, […]

On June 3, 2020, the McClung Museum acknowledged that we, like all museums, are not neutral members of society. We […]

In early 2021, the McClung Museum will debut a temporary exhibition called Women’s Work, guest curated by Emma Grace Thompson. […]

During our extended closure we approached UT faculty and staff with a question. We asked them to tell us which object […]

The McClung Museum is lucky enough to have three works by Nashville artist, William Edmondson (1874–1951) all of which are […]

During our extended closure we approached UT faculty and staff, and asked them to tell us which object in our […]

  The McClung Museum and its staff are mourning alongside our African American colleagues, students, and community members, and we […]