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Mississippi’s largest art museum, the Mississippi Museum of Art holds an extensive collection of more than 4,000 works including the world’s largest collection by and relating to Mississippians and their culturally diverse heritage.
Meeting facility for Corporate events, Private events, weddings, reunions and motorcoach.
Each spring and fall, the Montgomery County Arts Council presents "Hill Fire." This folk life play is written, produced, and performed by local citizens. The wit and human stories portrayed in "Hill Fire" have universal appeal.
c. 1889. The center includes a fully restored historic 1889 Grand Opera House theater. Throughout the year musical performances and theater presentations offer world-class entertainment. This famous structure seats approximately 950, offers a 200-seat studio theater, and consists of 30,000 square feet of meeting space, including a large exhibit hall, break out rooms and board rooms, all equipped with teleconferencing capabilities and built-in technical features to create the optimal meeting environment. Be sure to visit the MSU Riley Center website to see a list of year round performances and top name entertainment.
"Muddy Waters" Blues Trail Marker was placed in Clarksdale, MS designating the site of Muddy Waters' cabin to commemorate his importance to the music industry, especially the blues. His birth name was McKinley Morganfield. He was a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and bandleader. He received six Grammy awards, five Blues Music Awards, and was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, and in 1994 the U. S. Postal Service put his photo on the 29 cent stamp.
Natchez Fine Framing & Art Gallery is located in the heart of downtown and ready to complete the look of any artwork you need framed. They carry a wide selection of moulding and can precision cut your matte choice to finish your artwork with style. They also carry a great selection of works by local artisans, so if you prefer to get your hands on some original works and support a local artist, stop in and take a look at all that Natchez Fine Framing & Art Gallery has to offer.
Off the Tracks Gallery is one of the newest additions to the art community in Stone County. Displaying visual arts in several media by local artists.
Old Town is the home of 200 resident artists. The streets of Old Town are lined with enough shops and restaurants to please all. Shops are open until 8p.m. every second Saturday with live ent
The nation’s largest shipper of King Cakes is located – not in Louisiana – but in Mississippi! Paul’s Pastry Shop was featured in the 2006 documentary entitled, King Cake and can make a celebratory cake for you with “traditional” fillings like cinnamon, apple, blueberry, peach – all of which can be over cream cheese.
Learn step-by-step how to paint beautiful ceramic art.
Pottery capturing the rich earth tones of the Mississippi Delta, hand-crafted by the talented Woods Brothers of Mound Bayou, Mississippi.
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