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  • Yoknapatawpha Arts Council

    Yoknapatawpha Arts Council Oxford

    Each year, YAC creates and delivers an exciting package of projects, programs and good works in the spirit of its mission to the community. This past year the two member staff, the board and volunteers presented 320 days of art… Read more.

  • Museum of the Mississippi Delta

    Museum of the Mississippi Delta Greenwood

    The Museum of the Mississippi Delta was founded as Cottonlandia Museum in 1969 as an institution dedicated to preserving the history of the cotton business and Greenwood. Over the past four decades, the mission has expanded to… Read more.

  • Lauren Rogers Museum of Art

    Lauren Rogers Museum of Art Laurel

    Opened in 1923, the Museum draws approximately 32,000 visitors each year from across the nation with its outstanding collections of European and American art, Native American baskets, British Georgian silver, and Japanese woodblock… Read more.

  • Chung-Fan Chang

    Chung-Fan Chang Jackson

    Born in Taipei, Taiwan, Chung-Fan Chang received her BFA from the Taipei National University of the Arts and an MFA from Savannah College of art and Design. Chang explores and investigates in painting, works on paper and installation… Read more.

  • Rebekah Potter

    Rebekah Potter Brandon

    Creates textile based constructions which explore material, space and construction. Read more.

  • Bonnie (Thompson) Vallery

    Bonnie (Thompson) Vallery Kiln

    Third generation artist and Granddaughter of well known Maine seacoast watercolor artist Susie Wass Thompson/mentored by mother and grandmother/self-taught/painting in oils since 12 yrs of age. 3 pieces selected by jury for show… Read more.

  • Erin Hayne, Nuno Gon

    Erin Hayne, Nuno Gon Jackson

    The Touch Wall Panels are a thermosensitive wall installation that shifts color in response to body heat. A simple touch activates the color-changing properties of this piece and leaves behind a temporary print of the hand or… Read more.