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Here's what's happening at The MAX.
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Lindsay Carraway is a self-taught painter and mixed media artist diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. The shapes, colors, and themes of women, family, and empowerment appear throughout her work. On exhibit January 25–May 3, 2020, Heal the Knife that Cuts the Wound offers a look into Carraway̓s world. Free with museum admission. Photo caption: Wear Your Ovaries on Your Sleeve, 2019, Lindsay Carraway. Collage of cut magazine on paper.Find out more »
Every Tuesday and Thursday, 11am–2pm! For three hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays, the ceramic studio will be open for our members. All skill levels and abilities are welcome. Available space in the studio is first come, first serve. Includes materials and firing. $40 per month. Registration required by the first of each month. Register HereFind out more »
Come ready to learn and play! Every Thursday, children 5 and under are invited to enjoy different guided activities, including music, crafts, games, and dance. And you're invited to bring a lunch and stay for our Brown Bag Lunch Concert! Free for toddlers and their parents/caregivers. Museum admission not included. Limit two children per adult. Registration recommended. Register HereFind out more »
You’re in for a treat at February’s Brown Bag Lunch Concert! Purvis Elementary’s 4th Grade Chorus will perform a concert of songs written or inspired by Mississippi musicians. A performance by Crestwood Elementary School will follow. Bring your lunch and a friend or two and enjoy an hour of live music by these young Mississippi musicians. Free and open to the public.Find out more »
Join us as we celebrate Richard Wright, one of America’s (and Mississippi’s) greatest writers! Wright challenged our thinking with his books, Native Son and Black Boy. In honor of the 80th anniversary of the publication of Native Son, The MAX is screening HBO’s 2019 film adaptation. The first 70 guests will receive free bookmarks and an anniversary edition of Black Boy. Copies of Native Son can be purchased in The MAX Store. Free and open to the public. TV-MA.Find out more »
Join us for a Mardi Gras party on the Rooftop Terrace at The MAX! We’ll have light refreshments, a cash bar, Mardi Gras music, games and giveaways. Costumes encouraged. Includes museum admission. $5 Adults | $1 Kids | Free for members. Purchase TicketsFind out more »
Come ready to learn and play! Every Thursday, children 5 and under are invited to enjoy different guided activities, including music, crafts, games, and dance. Free for toddlers and their parents/caregivers. Museum admission not included. Limit two children per adult. Registration recommended. Register HereFind out more »
Mississippi Children’s Museum–Meridian and The MAX invite you to a fun-filled birthday bash complete with cake, Green Eggs and Ham, face painting, storytelling, and much more. Free and open to the public. Museum admission $5.Find out more »
March First Saturday focuses on all things food. Here’s the schedule for the day’s events: 10am–1pm Make + Take Workshop; Noon–1pm Music by Daniel Houze; 1–2pm Art Heals! with Lacey Wilson; 3pm Cooking Demo by Mark Coblentz. Enjoy reduced admission, free refreshments all day, and a culinary-themed scavenger hunt. Hillbilly Dots and Shuck-a-Bug Crawfish food trucks will be on site. Discount admission: $5 Adults | $1 Youth 6–17 | Kids 5 and under + Members free. All First Saturday events…Find out more »