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Find unique McNay stories here. Staff, interns, volunteers, and others share insights and stories that provide a closer look at the McNay's Collections.

​Calling Art Lovers, Museum Nerds, and Curious Questioners

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McNay docents are now accepting applications for the 2020–2021 class.

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Collection Connection: Maurice Sand

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Rad more about Maurice Sand’s 1860 book Masques et Bouffons: Comedie Italienne.

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Collection Connection: Vincent Valdez

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Vincent Valdez’ Strangest Fruit 9 is the final from a series of 9 paintings. Look closely and you will notice the figures are actually suspended by an invisible rope. Intense, no?

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Collection Connection: Vaslav Nijinsky

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One breathtaking object in the Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts is an iconic photograph of Nijinsky by Eugene Druet (1868–1917).

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Collection Connection: Leticia Huckaby

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​Leticia Huckaby was born in Augsburg, Germany but her memories and heritage are in the American South where she and her family grew up.

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Museum From Home: The Imitation Game

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Some say imitation is the most sincere form of flattery. This art imitation game gave me a chance to introduce my daughters to an art shero— Gabriele Münter.

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Collection Connection: Goya

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Curator of Prints and Drawings Lyle W. Williams tells us more about ‘Goya’s Caprichos and the Human Condition.’

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#MuseumFromHome: Pose Off

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Reckless game transitions to fifteen minutes of art fun. Perfect for living room or back yard and requires no messy supplies

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Picasso to Hockney | The Making of an Exhibition

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Curator, Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts R. Scott Blackshire describes what it means to “put on a show” at the Museum.

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Conversations with a Curator: R. Scott Blackshire

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Scott joined the McNay family in January 2019. Learn more about where the Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts is headed in our latest blog.

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