In spring 2020, the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture featured a special Marco-sponsored exhibition of rare artworks demonstrating how the Book of Revelation and other prophetic visions transformed medieval and Renaissance society. The following institutions loaned enamels, metalwork, woodcuts, illuminated manuscripts, stained glass, stone relief sculptures, and more:
- The Glencairn Museum
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- The Morgan Library and Museum
- The National Gallery of Art in Washington
- The Philadelphia Free Library
- The Walters Art Museum
Former and current Marco directors Jay Rubenstein and Gregor Kalas curated the show.
A number of special programs accompanied the exhibition, including UT class tours, school group visits, and public lectures. Family Medieval Day, which combined the Marco Institute’s annual middle- and high-school outreach program with the museum’s Family Day, attracted over 200 visitors to the museum for an afternoon of medieval-themed crafts, exhibition tours, and other activities.