Tuesday, September 27, 20166:30 - 7:45 PM
Trustmark Grand Hall
This program features lecturer Lisa Messinger, a long-time member of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Department of Modern and Contemporary Art and current faculty member at John Hopkins University.
Tuesday, September 27, 201611:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Mississippi Museum of Art
Join Mississippi Arts Commission Director Malcolm White for a casual, conversational gallery experience. White shares personal reflections and connections with selections of artwork on view in When Modern Was Contemporary:
Saturday, October 1, 201610 AM – 11:30 AM
Yates Community Room
Art and Coffee is an opportunity to slow down with fellow art lovers in a casual morning learning space. Join docents, volunteers, and Museum staff to look at and discuss
Tuesday, October 4, 201611:30 AM – 12:15PM
The Donna and Jim Barksdale Galleries for Changing Exhibitions
Experience our current exhibitions through the eyes of a curator! Tour When Modern Was Contemporary: Selections from the Roy R. Neuberger Collection with Deputy Director and Chief Curator Roger Ward
The Mississippi Museum of Art is pleased to announce the eighteen artists selected for inclusion in the 2016 Mississippi Invitational exhibition, on View December 17, 2016 – February 18, 2017. The artists, all residents of Mississippi, are Gregory Martin, Starkville; George Lee Miles, Jr., Jackson; Rod Moorehead, Oxford; Jerrod Partridge, Ocean Springs; Jamie Erin Johnson,...
On view through October 30 at the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson, When Modern Was Contemporary: Selections from the Roy R. Neuberger Collection features artwork by more than 50 of the 20th century’s most influential artists. This presentation, the fifteenth in The Annie Laurie Swaim Hearin Memorial Exhibition Series,...
Culinary Curator Nick Wallace has a special relationship with dirt. “One Saturday morning at the Mississippi Farmer’s Market, the first thing I saw was a humid trailer full of living worm soil,” he said. “I touched the dirt; played in it. I smelled it. A worm was popping...