The mission of the Mississippi Museum of Art Affiliate Network, which consists of approximately 30 not-for-profit organizations in Mississippi, is to increase the engagement of the state’s many communities in the visual arts by utilizing the Museum’s most significant resource—artworks from the Mississippi Museum of Art’s Permanent Collection. The Affiliate Network Program is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
Charleston Arts Revitalization Effort (CARE), Charleston
Coahoma County Courthouse, Clarksdale
Museum of the Mississippi Delta, Greenwood
Crossroads Museum, Corinth
Delta Blues Museum, Clarksdale
Dollye M. E. Robinson College of Liberal Arts Gallery, Jackson State University, Jackson
Eula Bass Lewis Gallery at Jones County Junior College, Ellisville
Fielding Wright Art Center, Delta State University, Cleveland
The Gallery at Colbert Commons, Forest
Greenville Arts Council, Greenville
Gumtree Museum of Art, Tupelo
Historic Jefferson College, Washington
Meridian Museum of Art, Meridian
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Fine Art Gallery, Jefferson Davis Campus, Gulfport
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Fine Art Gallery, Jackson County Campus, Gautier
Mississippi Cultural Crossroads, Port Gibson
Mississippi State University, Starkville
Mississippi University for Women Fine Art Gallery, Columbus
Northwest Mississippi Community College, Senatobia
Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art, Biloxi
Pike County Arts Council, McComb
Southern Cultural Heritage Foundation, Vicksburg
Union County Heritage Museum, New Albany
United States District Court, Oxford
The University of Mississippi Museums, Oxford
The University of Southern Mississippi Museum of Art, Hattiesburg
Walter Anderson Museum of Art, Ocean Springs
Art in Mind
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
REGISTRATION REQUIRED, ZOOM
Art in Mind is offered to individuals experiencing memory loss or mild cognitive impairment. Participants can stimulate observation, recall, and recognition
at home with basic supplies. The program is facilitated by Licensed Art Therapist Susan Anand and an MMA Educator. In response to COVID-19, the
group is meeting on Zoom, which allows participants to attend via camera and audio.
To register, contact Jennifer Knight at 601.496.MIND (option 2) or email@example.com by Friday, September 25.
Presented in partnership with The MIND Center at UMMC and generously sponsored by Alzheimer’s Mississippi and Celia Aguzzi Manley with Turn Key
Creative Healing Studio is a weekly art therapy gathering for adults being treated for cancer or those with a cancer diagnosis in their past led by licensed
art therapist Susan Anand. In response to COVID-19, the group is meeting on Zoom every Wednesday of the month. To register for this digital group,
contact Susan Anand at firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, September 29, at noon.
*This Zoom invitation will allow participants to attend via camera and audio.
Generously sponsored by The UMMC Cancer Center and Research Institute and Mississippi Baptist Medical Center
Coffee is served! John David Lewis, the Deputy Director of the Department of Human and Cultural Services for the City of Jackson, joins us at the October edition of CAPE Art & Coffee. Lewis will share his unique perspective about the intersection of art, architecture, and how public art contributes to the vitality of Downtown Jackson.
Lewis currently serves as the Deputy Director of the Department of Human and Cultural Services, overseeing the Cultural Division. He works with the Arts Center of Mississippi, the Russell C. Davis Planetarium, the Smith Robertson Museum, the Municipal Art Gallery, and serves as Manager of Thalia Mara Hall, where he helped usher in a 35% increase in revenue during the 2018-2019 fiscal year. Lewis received the AIA “Friend of Architecture” award in 2018 and Visit Jackson’s SUMMIT “Friend of Tourism” award in 2020.
This program will be held in The Art Garden with our newest exhibition Leonardo Drew: City in the Grass.
Art on Film | Water Lilies of Monet: The Magic of Water and Light -- The Art Garden
Friday, October 9, 2020
The Art Garden
Our second film in our fall film series is The Water Lilies of Monet: The Magic of Water and Light. This film features the masterpieces and obsessions of Claude Monet, the “Genius of Impressionism,” and takes a journey down the River Seine from Le Harve to Paris and gives a tour of Monet’s masterpieces, house, and gardens at Giverny.
This film will be screened from The Art Garden, so bring your own lawn chair or picnic blanket and join in this evening event! The film will begin at sunset, following a brief introductory conversation and Q+A. Food trucks and a cash bar will be available.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED To register for a socially distant grass or table area, please use this link: https://10432.blackbaudhosting.com/10432/BankPlus-Green-reservation-09Oct2020
Please contact McKenzie Drake at email@example.com or 601-965-9912 with questions.
Art on Film is generously sponsored by The Ergon Foundation and is presented in partnership with The Crossroads Film Society.