Moving Images in Mississippi Bicentennial Film Series | “This Property is Condemned”

Thursday, May 24, 2018

6:30 PM

Trustmark Grand Hall

For more than a century the landscapes and stories of Mississippi have inspired filmmakers. Beginning in Natchez in 1914, cinematic storytellers have used our backdrops to enhance and authenticate their vision.

Mini Matisse: Meet the Masters

Tuesday, May 29, 2018 to Thursday, May 31, 2018

9-11 AM

Entergy Classroom

Ages 3-4* Cost: $75 Class limit: 9 REGISTER HERE. From George Ohr to Sam Gilliam, Benny Andrews and more, this three-day camp will be an introduction to the art practices of the

Art in Mind I

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

10:30 AM-noon

BancorpSouth Classroom

Everyone wants to strengthen their memory. As we get older, it’s not just about strengthening it, but also about maintaining it. Art in Mind uses art exploration in the

Art in Mind II

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

1-2:30 PM

BancorpSouth Classroom

Everyone wants to strengthen their memory. As we get older, it’s not just about strengthening it, but also about maintaining it. Art in Mind uses art exploration in the

Stories

New Acquisitions


Works by Benny Andrews, McArthur Binion, Jeffrey Gibson, Titus Kaphar, Glenn Ligon, Deborah Luster, Toyin Ojih Odutola, Noah Saterstrom, and Hank Willis Thomas

The Mississippi Museum of Art is excited to announce a slate of important new acquisitions of contemporary art to the...

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Viking Portraits with Jason Bouldin (VIDEO)


Even on his days off, Mississippi artist Jason Bouldin is pulsing with creative energy. Get out there and make something!

See more of Jason at work: vimeo.com/129477674

Read about the emotional unveiling of his portraits of Civil Rights leaders Medgar and Myrlie Evers: http:/...

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Eye-to-Eye: Tammy Marion, Security


Artwork: Malcolm Norwood, Promise of Fulfillment, 1963. oil on canvas. Gift of Mississippi Power & Light. Collection of Mississippi Museum of Art, 1963.004.

“When you come in, the color grabs you. The blues, the blacks, the greens, the whites.

“I’ve asked this question a hundred thousand times of...

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