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c. 1856. A Mississippi Landmark. Dogtrot house, built by the founder of nearby Arm, MS, of hand-hewn boards and peg construction. On the National Register of Historic Places, and has been designated a Mississippi Landmark.
This gallery, on the campus of Jackson State University, houses exhibits by well-known artists in both contemporary and traditional art forms.
Arts Under The Dome is a performing arts series that sponsor five concerts a year with entertainers from all over the world.
ArtsNatchez is the broker for a number of works by a variety of Natchez artists and craftsmen. The gallery is situated in the heart of downtown on Main Street and if you spend a few minutes browsing through the local artwork, you'll know why each artist has a deep love for Natchez. Be sure to add it to your shopping itinerary!
Artwistic Revolution is a unique cooperative art gallery in downtown Columbia. Some of the artwork that is showcased in the gallery includes: sculpture, pottery, paintings, photography, digital media, pen & ink drawings, and more. New artwork is frequently added to the selection in the gallery to keep it fresh. Stop by the Artwistic Revolution Gallery to find the perfect gift, to shop for original art, or just to soak up some culture in Columbia and support our local artists.
As a national historic landmark, Auburn has quite a story to tell. It was the first major building in Natchez to follow an actual architectural plan. In the years leading to the Civil War several Natchez homes emulated the style of Auburn's facade. The home's spiral staircase stands entirely unsupported, a feat unmatched even in modern buildings. These points introduce you to the dramatic story of Auburn itself.
Beautifully restored B'nai B'rith Club in historic downtown Vicksburg; showers, parties, reception, luncheon, banquet.
The B. B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center is a fascinating tribute to the "King of the Blues" and Indianola's most famous son. House in what was once a cotton gin where King worked as a youngster, the interactive exhibits interpret the life of King, as well as the cultural heritage of the region.
The rich cultural heritage of the Mississippi Delta and the life of bluesman B.B. King are told in this state of the art museum through film, interactive exhibits, artifacts, and activities.
Built in 1900 and given to the Yazoo Library Association by Mrs. Fanie Ricks in memory of her husband, this example of Beaux Arts Classicism continues to serve Yazoo City and County as a public library. This was the first property in Yazoo County and the first public library in Mississippi entered on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the oldest public library building in the state still in use, and has also been designated a Mississippi Literary Landmark in recognition of its association with author Willie Morris.
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