Are you looking for a unique and exciting experience? Look no further than the temporary exhibitions at the museums in Northeastern Mississippi. From the Mississippi Museum of Art to the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, there are plenty of opportunities to explore and learn about the state's history and culture. The Mississippi Museum of Art always has a free exhibition open to the public. The museum offers national and international exhibitions and loans that rotate throughout the year, giving visitors the chance to see works from great museums around the world.
These rotating exhibitions are on display at the Donna and Jim Barksdale galleries. The Mississippi Museum of Natural Science also has a variety of outdoor exhibits designed to provide visitors with an interactive experience. The museum's outdoor exhibits are designed to provide visitors with the opportunity to walk through nature, take pictures, study the living things in their environment, and interactively expose themselves to special topics through an open-air maze. The Two Mississippi Museums is proud to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the late Congressman Montgomery in this digital exhibition.
The museum also hosts a traveling exhibition called Game Changers, developed and produced by the Canadian Museum of Science and Technology and managed by Science North in partnership with the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and Electronic Arts. The Speaking of Mississippi podcast features interviews with authors and experts about the state's most important moments and overlooked stories. The From Here to There exhibition is sponsored by the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fish and Parks, the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science Foundation, the Feild Cooperative Association, the Walker Foundation, W. The Frank and Virginia Williams Lincolniana Collection is proud to exhibit at the Mitchell Memorial Library at Mississippi State University, Moody, Tearful Night, a group of painted bronze sculptures, by Richard Masloski, ca.
In May 1968, three years after Richard Holmes became the first black student to enroll at Mississippi State University, a group of African-American students from Mississippi State University founded MSU's first black student organization, Afro-American Plus. The group's goals were to “achieve greater recognition as Mississippi State University students”, promote peaceful coexistence with other students, and “educate everyone about black culture and inculcate black pride”. The Game Changers exhibition is sponsored locally by the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, the Massachusetts Natural Science Museum Foundation, the Field Cooperative Association, and Sanderson Farms, Inc. The exhibition will be open from Saturday, July 2 to Sunday, September 25 in the Medgar and Myrlie Evers exhibition hall of the Two Mississippi Museums.
If you're looking for an unforgettable experience that will give you insight into Mississippi's history and culture, then visiting one of Northeastern Mississippi's museums is a must! From art galleries to outdoor exhibits to digital exhibitions celebrating important figures in history - there's something for everyone! So plan your next visit around our next special exhibition and other attractions in the area!.