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The Student Becomes the Artist

Martha Ferris first came to art as one who studies it rather than one who makes it.

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The State in ‘Little Stories’

As a rule, photo books have a few simple goals. Whether the focus is on nature, architecture or even a specific event, they can either provide deep and poignant reminders ...

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Marie Hull’s Artistic Mastery

Walking through the Mississippi Museum of Art's latest exhibit, "Bright Fields: The Mastery of Marie Hull," is like taking a trip through time.

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Marie Hull

Each room inside the Donna and Jim Barksdale Galleries for Changing Exhibitions represents the different subjects Marie Hull painted throughout her life.

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Spinning on the Same World

The Whirling Dervishes of Rumi, a Sufi Muslim order from Konya, Turkey, perform Wednesday, Sept. 23, at Thalia Mara Hall.

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Wonder Lives Here

After nearly $9,000 in renovations, Ron Chane used the Sept. 3 Fondren's First Thursday to unveil The Wonder Lab, a collection of studio spaces that he hopes will be a ...

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Chane Unveils The Wonder Lab at Fondren's First Thursday

After nearly $9,000 out of pocket in renovation, Ron Chane is today unveiling The Wonder Lab, a collection of studio spaces that he hopes will be a springboard for Jackson ...

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A Lesson in Pop Art

Pop artist Adrienne Domnick recently sat down with the Jackson Free Press at Offbeat in midtown, where she paints, lives and serves as president of the Business Association of Midtown.

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Konnichiwa from Japan

The Mississippi Children's Museum is now helping kids learn more about Japanese culture with the "Hello from Japan!" traveling exhibit.


Katrina: Words After the Storm

Here are a few great reads that remind us of the struggles and triumphs in the midst of one of America’s costliest storms, Hurricane Katrina.

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Ani-make a Connection

The second annual Anime Getaway Jackson may be a celebration of entertainment and culture coming to Mississippi by way of Japan, but the convention itself originated in Memphis, Tenn.

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Off the Beaten Path

The Mississippi Museum of Art partnered with Phillip Rollins, also known as DJ Young Venom, for Museum After Hours Offbeat Art.

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Unintentional Filmmaker

In 2005, filmmaker Keith Beauchamp directed and produced "The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till," which won Audience and Special Jury awards at the 2005 Miami Film Festival, as well ...

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A Time to Read

When political consultant and author Jere Nash met his friend Leila Salisbury, director of the University Press of Mississippi, for lunch at Hal & Mal's in the spring of 2013, ...

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Community and Camaraderie

Now in its 11th year, Bright Lights, Belhaven Nights is styled as a music and arts festival, but it's also a celebration of community and camaraderie between neighbors and friends ...