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McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture Events

October 2 - November 1, 2023

Tuesday, October 3

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Children working on a craft

The McClung Museum offers Enhanced Learning Homeschool Programs. These 90 minute sessions cost $5.00 per student and give students a chance to experience...

Wednesday, October 4

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Thursday, October 5

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Friday, October 6

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Saturday, October 7

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Sunday, October 8

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Tuesday, October 10

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Mother and child engaged in a craft activity

Join this free 30 minute educator-led program for parents/caregivers with infants through four-year-olds. Museum Sprouts includes a short tour and family...

Wednesday, October 11

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Thursday, October 12

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Friday, October 13

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Sunday, October 15

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Tuesday, October 17

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Wednesday, October 18

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Woman in orange

Join the Department of Africana Studies and the McClung Museum for a lecture by DeLisa Hawkes. The program will be presented in conjuction with the...

Thursday, October 19

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Friday, October 20

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Saturday, October 21

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Sunday, October 22

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Tuesday, October 24

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Wednesday, October 25

A white background underlays a title headline for One Health & Humanities Days: Arts & Humanities Interventions. In the upper right corner is a blue and yellow butterfly. Through the center of the image, three blocks in purple, multi-color, and blue span the design, and at the bottom are the logos for the Humanities Center and One Health Initiative

SAVE THE DATE! One Health and Humanities Days: Arts and Humanities Interventions is a three-day series of events, including interdisciplinary lectures,...

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Woman in overalls

Join the McClung Student Advisory Board for an evening that explores early photographic processes. Local artist, Kelsey Dillow, will be onsite to demo...

Thursday, October 26

A white background underlays a title headline for One Health & Humanities Days: Arts & Humanities Interventions. In the upper right corner is a blue and yellow butterfly. Through the center of the image, three blocks in purple, multi-color, and blue span the design, and at the bottom are the logos for the Humanities Center and One Health Initiative

SAVE THE DATE! One Health and Humanities Days: Arts and Humanities Interventions is a three-day series of events, including interdisciplinary lectures,...

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Friday, October 27

A white background underlays a title headline for One Health & Humanities Days: Arts & Humanities Interventions. In the upper right corner is a blue and yellow butterfly. Through the center of the image, three blocks in purple, multi-color, and blue span the design, and at the bottom are the logos for the Humanities Center and One Health Initiative

SAVE THE DATE! One Health and Humanities Days: Arts and Humanities Interventions is a three-day series of events, including interdisciplinary lectures,...

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Saturday, October 28

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Sunday, October 29

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Monday, October 30

Lecture with Emilia Oddo

Join the AIA/East Tennessee Society and the McClung Museum for a lecture by Emilia Oddo, Associate Professor from the Department of Classics at Tulane...

Tuesday, October 31

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...

Wednesday, November 1

Man staring into camera

Diné (Navajo) photographer Will Wilson’s ongoing Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project is dedicated to creating a contemporary vision of Native...