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Born into a family of female artists, Lydia Field Emmet (1866–1952) was among the first professional female portraitists in the […]

One thing that was helpful about last year’s extended closure of the museum is that it gave our curators time […]

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

Terestia Naranjo (Apple Blossom – Bay-Po-Vi) was born in the Santa Clara Pueblo of New Mexico  in 1919 and died […]

During the closure of the McClung Museum due to Covid-19, our staff have been hard at work installing new objects […]

During this time of physical distancing and closed doors, we wanted to provide a way for people to connect with […]

This week, we highlight some more material culture from the Kuba culture of today’s Democratic Republic of the Congo, Africa […]

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

                    The Victorian dining table was loaded with flatware and china––a […]

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