380 South Lamar Street
Jackson, MS 39201
Tuesday - Saturday
10 AM - 5 PM
noon - 5 PM
Our mission to "engage Mississippians in the visual arts" extends beyond our collection and beyond our building. As an organization servicing our community through the visual arts, we know that art can build relationships, engage difficult subjects, and expand the potential of each Mississippian.
–daniel Johnson, Director of Engagement & Learning
Thursday, August 17, 20175:30 PM-until
The William B. and Isabel R. McCarty Foundation Gallery
In 1893, Kate Freeman Clark left her hometown of Holly Springs, Mississippi, and by the next year she had been accepted into the Art Students League of New York. There, she
Thursday, August 17, 20176:30-8 PM
Part of Third Thursday programming. An experiential workshop in which attendees will participate in exercises to explore community, engagement, and transformation. Activities will include applications of the Theater of the
Friday, August 18, 201710:30 AM-noon
Trustmark Grand Hall and BancorpSouth Classroom
Ages: 5 and under This educational opportunity for children up to five years of age with their parents emphasizes creative play and literacy through a hands-on art activity and story time.
Saturday, September 2, 201710 AM – 11:30 AM
Yates Community Room
Art and Coffee is an opportunity to slow down with fellow art lovers in a casual morning learning space. Join docents, volunteers, and Museum staff to look at and discuss
Sunday, September 10, 20172 - 3:30 PM
Ages: Families with children 6-10 Each second Sunday, families with children ages 6-10 are led by a Museum educator in an art project inspired by a different artist each month.