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A Beautiful, Brutal Reality

Gwendolyn Magee, who died in 2011, drew international acclaim for her striking quilts, which elevated an African and African American folk tradition to fine art.

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Teaching Across America

Remember Forever will host five fun and interactive photography workshops in April. Amazon and B & H Camera store are supporting the weekend event as part of Remember Forever's Photographing ...

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A Photographer’s Eye

James Patterson's studio, 119 Gallery, is simple, like his photography. The white walls are lined with his work.

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Steve Hendrix: Lost in the Art

Steve Hendrix's long, slender hands might indicate that he has psychic abilities, if you believe in that sort of thing.

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The Light of Activists

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer. In celebration of the gains the SNCC made and in recognition of those who lost their lives, the Mississippi Museum of ...

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Fondren’s New Shutterbug

Lately, Sharon Coker's home has felt a little crowded, with her family and photography business all under one roof.

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'Stick Fly': Hilarity and Dysfunction

The exposition for "Stick Fly" reads like an awkward death match between "Meet the Parents" and "Guess Who"—both competing for the same spotlight—and promises hilarity, dysfunction and catastrophe.

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A Bit of Manhattan in Midtown

The Purple Word Book Club brings a fabulous big-city art scene to midtown.

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Mississippi Children’s Museum Hosting Artist Rick Anderson

Renowned Mississippi artist Rick Anderson will teach "Spring into Arts with Acrylic," an interactive painting class, at the Mississippi Children's Museum March 2 and March 16.

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The Finer Things in Life

From woodworking and jewelry to sculpture and painting, the Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival offers visitors a look at high-quality, handmade crafts from some of the best artists across the U.S.

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Jackson's Grand Jeté

As a ballerina, Aynsley Taylor Inglis' body is her medium. She controls and manipulates every muscle, making graceful movements, jumping, turning and spinning.

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‘The Whipping Man’: Anatomy of Freedom

Matthew Lopez wanted to expound on the fact that while Jewish Americans celebrated Passover the day after the Confederacy's surrender, a new exodus was happening around them.

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Make it Work with Recycling

Project Rezway is an annual gala that showcases a fashion show with a twist: All the designs are made from at least 75 percent recyclable materials.

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Bucci’s Lifetime of Art

At 92, Mississippi-born artist Andrew Bucci still does what he loves.

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Mississippi Grows Wild in Chicago

Although the members of the Jubilee Theatre Collective in Chicago moved away from their Mississippi homes, their love for the state runs deep.

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