The staff at the Frank H. McClung Museum has come up with a way for caregivers to enjoy the museum’s offerings without the worry of their children disrupting other visitors. They’ve created the Stroller Tour. Parents, caregivers, squirming babies, and toddlers are invited to the first one on Monday, October 22. It will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the museum’s Decorative Arts Gallery.
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Parents, caregivers, squirming babies, and toddlers are invited to the Frank H. McClung Museum’s first ever Stroller Tour on Monday, October 22. It is the first in a monthly series of free stroller tours that will allow parents and caregivers to interact with one another and museum staff without the worry of disrupting other visitors.
A new exhibit, Zen Buddhism and the Arts of Japan, has opened at the Frank H. McClung Museum. The exhibition, which will run through December 31, is free and open to the public. It features more than forty hanging scrolls bearing paintings and calligraphy that were produced by Zen Buddhist monks between the Edo period (1600-1868) and the twentieth century.
As spring approaches, it’s time to consider summer plans and summer camps for kids. UT has many educational, active and interesting camps to offer. All camps are on the UT campus unless otherwise noted.
Science and art have collided at the Frank H. McClung Museum. A new exhibit called “Continents Collide: The Appalachians and the Himalayas” turns the research of Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences and Distinguished Scientist Robert Hatcher and Assistant Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences Micah Jessup into a thing of beauty.
With funding from Ready for the World, the campus’s international and intercultural initiative, the McClung Museum at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will showcase three exhibits. “Exhibition of Sudan: The Land and the People” opened on June 4. “Windows to Heaven: Treasures from the Museum of Russian Icons” and “The Decorative Experience” will open in September.
Thanks to a new website, you can explore the Frank H. McClung Museum at UT Knoxville even before you walk through its doors. A new website, http://www.dolunchonline.com, has been created for McClung Museum to give visitors a chance to learn about the museum’s exhibits or enjoy them virtually.