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While visiting the Magnolia State, you can include time for cultural enrichment and by touring museums like the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art in Biloxi, GumTree Museum of Art in Tupelo, and the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art in Laurel. Carve out some time to visit the Meridian Museum of Art located in the Located in the historic Old Carnegie Library building downtown Meridian. Visitors will about the area's art and its artists, through the museum collections, exhibits and art education programs.
Established in 1982, the GumTree Museum of Art is a public art gallery set in northern Mississippi in the city of Tupelo. Formerly the Tupelo Artist Guild, Inc., the GumTree is set in downtown Tupelo in the former Peoples Bank & Trust Company building – listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The GumTree Museum of Art hosts annual events like the Gumtree Festival, the Gumball, and the Blue Tie Affair: An Evening of the Finest – plus art camps and educational programs.
Founded in 1923, the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art is a fine art museum located in Laurel’s historic district. The southern MS museum features a host of regional and international fine art collections, including works from Europe, Asia, Native American cultures, and more.
During your visit, check out both the Museum Galleries and the Museum Library for unmatched literary and artistic displays. Even better, plan your visit around one of the museum’s many unique events, like the weekly Free Family Art celebration.
The largest museum in the state is the Mississippi Museum of Art. located the capital city of Jackson, the MMA features over 4,000 works of art by Mississippians. The Museum also plays a key role in the revitalization of the downtown area. Situated between Thalia Mara Hall and the Jackson Convention Complex, the Museum features a 1.2-acre public green space, a performance stage, and The Art Garden, that serve as the anchors of Jackson’s cultural district.
While visiting coastal Mississippi, include time for cultural enrichment. Visit the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art to view the exhibits and works of art by George E. Ohr.
Since 1989, the creations of this Biloxi native have been on display, along with craftsman Pleasant Reed. The museum's beautiful campus was designed by architect Frank Gehry.
Stroll through the museum for permanent exhibits like "George Edgar Ohr: Selections from Gulf Coast Collections," "My House: The Plesant Reed Story," and "The Native Guard: A Photographic History of Ship Island's African American Regiment." With year-round special events hosted by the museum, there's plenty to see and do, at this southern Mississipi attraction.
Located in the historic Old Carnegie Library building, the Meridian Museum of Art is set in downtown Meridian in central Mississippi. Museum visitors learn about the area's art and its artists, through the museum collections, exhibits and art education programs.
Attend one of the monthly art sessions or workshops for a hands-on art experience. Use of the Art Library and attending an art class or gallery talk are other fun ways to learn about art.