The McClung Museum is partnering with the University of Tennessee’s planned giving office to present “An Evening With Lark Mason.” The event is open to those individuals who have already designated or are interested in learning more about designating the university and/or museum as a beneficiary of their estate. Lark Mason and planned giving staff will share important information about making an estate gift that includes gifts of artwork or other such objects. In addition guests will have the opportunity to ask questions as well as enjoy a reception after the presentation. About Lark Mason Lark E. Mason is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and has been active in the field of Art and Antiques for over forty years as a generalist and authority in Chinese works of art. He is known by millions of viewers for his appearances on PBS Antiques Roadshow where he holds the record for the most valuable find yet discovered, a set of Chinese carved ceremonial vessels valued at $1.5 million. He founded Lark Mason Associates and iGavel Auctions, and is the author and translator of numerous articles works, including, Classic Chinese Furniture of the Qing Dynasty, Connoisseurship of Chinese Furniture; and Asian Art, a guide to the arts of Asia. Mason is a Professor at New York University, and has been an adviser for institutions ranging from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.