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Senior curatorial assistant Lillian McClung poses for a portrait Nov. 10, 2020, outside of the David Owsley Museum of Art. McClung said one surprising challenge she's faced is answering visitors’ questions she never had thought about as she leads group presentations throughout the museum about the art she researched. Jaden Whiteman, DN
Senior curatorial assistant Lillian McClung poses for a portrait Nov. 10, 2020, outside of the David Owsley Museum of Art. McClung said one surprising challenge she's faced is answering visitors’ questions she never had thought about as she leads group presentations throughout the museum about the art she researched. Jaden Whiteman, DN

Campus 11/24/2020, 3:00pm

David Owsley Museum of Art celebrates women artists for 100th anniversary of 19th amendment

In the David Owsley Museum of Art’s (DOMA) galleries, Lillian McClung, a senior ceramics and art history major, and Robert LaFrance, director of the DOMA, set up Toshiko Takaezu’s ceramics, the pattern glaze matching the pattern of Perle Fine’s painting “Impact” hung on the wall.