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Here's what's happening at The MAX.
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Join us for a Drive Thru First Saturday! The MAX galleries will be open, with social distancing recommended. Don’t miss these events, all held outdoors in The MAX courtyard: Live music with Daniel Houze from noon–1pm and a Floral Arranging Demonstration with Jo Beth Bounds from 1:30–2:30pm. And you’ll receive a free goody bag. For those of you practicing safer-at-home measures, The MAX will operate a Drive Thru from 10am–noon; you can pick up a free to-go goody bag (while…Find out more »
Take the party on the road! The MAX and The Meridian Museum of Art are co-hosting this member's only event. Start the night at The MAX with hors d’oeuvres + beverages. End the party at The Meridian Museum of Art with desserts + coffee. Plus a cash bar + signature cocktails at both! Meridian Museum of Art Members must call The MAX to rsvp. Please rsvp by 6/8/20 to 601-581-1550 ext. 31. Hours: The MAX 5:30-7pm | The Meridian Museum…Find out more »
The MAX and The Meridian Museum of Art jointly present the exhibition, Southbound: Photographs of and about the New South. Surveying the history, culture, environment, and people through the lenses of 56 photographers, this important exhibition attempts to understand the journey we have been embarking on since Reconstruction—to find and maybe even reform ourselves. Free with museum admission at The MAX; Free and open to the public at The Meridian Museum of Art. Southbound: Photographs of and about…Find out more »
Every third Thursday of the month is The MAX Brown Bag Lunch Concert series, featuring artists from across Mississippi. Bring your lunch and join us for June's concert with Purvis-native Cole Hill—guitarist, songwriter, and smooth soulful singer. Free and open to the public.Find out more »
Welcome back to The MAX WineDown! For this special edition of the WineDown, your team can bring three identical bottles of any varietal. If your wine earns the “Best Bottle” title, you’ll stock your bar with a great selection of wine for your next party! Rules of the Game: Put together teams of 1–3 participants. Bring three identical bottles of wine per team—two are anonymously bagged, and the third placed in “the pot.” Teams are assigned numbers, provided score cards…Find out more »
This summer, The MAX film series will feature Mississippi actors and filmmakers. Each film will be previewed at noon by Ward Emling, retired director of the Mississippi Film Commission. The full-length films will be screened at 8pm, doors open at 7:30. First up, Glory (1989), starring Morgan Freeman as Sergeant Major John Rawlins. Glory is the story of the all-black 54th Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry that figured in one of the bloodiest actions of the American Civil War. Rated…Find out more »
In this four-day camp, participants ages 14–18 will receive a hands-on experience in the Governor’s Recording Studio working with a sound engineer. They will learn the fundamentals of sound recording techniques, tracking, recording software, recording hardware, signal routing, effects, plugins, and more! Class size limited to 8. Pre-registration required by June 19. $100 Members | $115 Non-members Register HereFind out more »
The second film in our Summer Film Series is Jim Henson's Dark Crystal (1982). Henson redefined fantasy filmmaking with this film—filled with puppet-animated creatures, it takes us on a quest to find a magical crystal that will restore order to his world. Join us for background on Dark Crystal as Ward Emling, retired director of the Mississippi Film Commission, previews the film at noon. The full-length film will be screened at 8pm, doors open at 7:30. Rated PG-13, film length…Find out more »
Join us as we welcome Sam Mooney back to The MAX for our July Brown Bag Lunch concert. Every third Thursday of the month is our Brown Bag Lunch concert—so, bring a friend and your lunch to the best lunch spot in town—The MAX Courtyard. Free and open to the public.Find out more »
Heartthrob Elvis Presley plays a penniless Hawaiian fisherman Ross Carpenter in this American musical comedy from 1962. Also starring in the film is Yazoo City-native Stella Stevens who plays a nightclub singer and one of Elvis’ romantic interests. At noon, Ward Emling, retired director of the Mississippi Film Commission, will give us some interesting background the film. The full-length screening starts at 8pm, doors open at 7:30. The last film in the series is the animated feature, The Lion King,…Find out more »