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3 of 11 Types of Mississippi Recreational Facilities--Art Museums
IVAN E GILLIS
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Mississippi Art Museums

Mississippi Museum of Art

Alice Moseley Folk Art and Antique Museum

Bay St. Louis

Hancock

Southeast

Art

Home and art of folk artist Alice Moseley

Delta State UniversitySculpture Garden

Cleveland

Bolivar

Delta

Art

website, showcases the work of regional and national sculptors

E.E. Bass Cultural Arts Center

Greenville

Washington

Delta

Art

Operated by the Greenville Arts Council, features Roger D. Malkin Gallery that hosts six to eight exhibitions per year featuring local, regional, and national artists, and the Delta Children's Museum Pavilion with an Armitage Herschell carousel[10]

Ethel Wright Mohamed Stitchery Museum

Belzoni

Humphreys

Delta

Art

website, stitched memory pictures representative of Mississippi Delta family life. Some of her pieces are in the collection of the Smithsonian Institution

Gallery 130

Oxford

Lafayette

North

Art

website, located in Meek Hall, operated by the Art Department of the University of Mississippi, exhibitions by undergraduate and graduate students

Kate Freeman Clark Art Gallery

Holly Springs

Marshall

North

Art

website, works by local artist Kate Freeman Clark

Lauren Rogers Museum of Art

Laurel

Jones

Southeast

Art

Collection includes 19th and 20th century American art, 19th century European art, English Georgian silver, Native American basketry and Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints

Lucille Parker Art Gallery

Hattiesburg

Forrest

Southeast

Art

Website, part of William Carey University

Marie Hull Gallery

Raymond

Hinds

Southwest

Art

website, part of Hinds Community College, regional and local exhibitions in a variety of media

Meridian Museum of Art

Meridian

Lauderdale

East Central

Art

Mississippi Museum of Art

Jackson

Hinds

Southwest

Art

Features over 4,000 works by Mississippi artists, includes paintings by American, Mississippi and British painters as well as photographs, collage artworks and sculptures

Mississippi State University Galleries

Starkville

Oktibbeha

East Central

Art

website, exhibits of art, architecture, design and decorative arts in several gallery locations

Municipal Art Gallery of Jackson

Jackson

Hinds

Southwest

Art

website, contemporary art gallery

Ohr-O'Keefe Museum Of Art

Biloxi

Harrison

Southeast

Art

Features pottery of George Ohr, dedicated to the ceramics of George E. Ohr

Walter Anderson Museum of Art

Ocean Springs

Jackson

Southeast

Art

Works of Walter Inglis Anderson, adjoins the community center where Anderson painted in the 1950s

Wright Art Center

Cleveland

Bolivar

Delta

Art

website, part of Delta State University, contains two galleries for contemporary art exhibitions and the permanent collection of the University Art Department

                     

 

 

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