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Frank H. McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture

1327 Circle Park, Knoxville, TN 37996

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Exhibition: Between the Hand and Sky: The Art of Elizabeth Gould

Elizabeth Gould (1804–1840) is best known as the lifelong assistant of her husband John Gould. Together the couple published a series of ornithological texts...

10/16 9am
Exhibition: Between the Hand and Sky: The Art of Elizabeth Gould

Elizabeth Gould (1804–1840) is best known as the lifelong assistant of her husband John Gould. Together the couple published a series of ornithological texts...

10/19 9am
Exhibition: Between the Hand and Sky: The Art of Elizabeth Gould

Elizabeth Gould (1804–1840) is best known as the lifelong assistant of her husband John Gould. Together the couple published a series of ornithological texts...

10/20 9am
A social pair of sharp-tailed tyrant. Sexual dichromatism is low so it is hard to tell apart the male and female.

Join us for a presentation from UT Fulbright Scholar, Gabriel Macedo. Studies of animal communication signals have traditionally focused on males. In...

10/20 6:30pm
Exhibition: Between the Hand and Sky: The Art of Elizabeth Gould

Elizabeth Gould (1804–1840) is best known as the lifelong assistant of her husband John Gould. Together the couple published a series of ornithological texts...

10/21 9am

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Green, Sara M

Green, Sara M left a review 11/9/2019

didn't go

Shore, Jeremy Robert

Shore, Jeremy Robert left a positive review 9/23/2019

This was a very interesting meeting. I enjoyed hearing how the artists perceived sight and motion versus the physicists' perceptions. I would not say that I absolutely loved it, for this is not my area of primary interest, but the event was good, and so were the people who hosted and served as panelists for it.

Shteynberg, Catherine Roberts

Shteynberg, Catherine Roberts left a positive review 9/23/2019

This was great! Thank you so much to Katy for organizing an awesome roundtable with unique and unexpected perspectives.