Exhibition—From Couture to da’ Streets: The Fashions of Patrick Kelly + Cross Colours

2155 Front Street, Meridian, MS

From Couture to da' Streets celebrates Patrick Kelly and TJ Walker, two men who used their adversities to channel their creativity into something greater than themselves. Walker and Kelly are both native Mississippians (Kelly from Vicksburg and Walker from Toomsuba) who became successful fashion designers in spite of the adversity they faced as African Americans. …

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Beginner’s Watercolor with Rosemary Kahlmus

2155 Front Street, Meridian, MS

In this eight-week beginner-level progressive course, students will learn and practice the basic techniques of watercolor. No prior experience required. All materials and instruction included in the course fee. Class size limited to 10 students, ages 16+. Registration required. $155 Members  |  $180 Non-members  |  $165 Seniors 65+ Register Here

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Wheel Thrown Ceramics with Rosa Salas

2155 Front Street, Meridian, MS

Artist Rosa Salas teaches this eight-week progressive ceramics course. Learn the basic techniques behind throwing on the potters wheel and create one-of-a-kind pieces all on your own. All materials, instruction, and firing included in the course fee. Class size limited to six students, ages 16+. Registration required. $155 Members  |  $180 Non-members  |  $165 Seniors …

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MAXStudio: Members Only Open Studio

2155 Front Street, Meridian, MS

Join us on Thursdays from 11 am -2 pm when we open our ceramic studio to MAX Members. Whether you're a beginner or a pro, take advantage of our space, state of the art pottery wheels, and other equipment. All skill levels and abilities welcome to participate. Limited seating in studio, no instruction provided. Please …

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$70.00
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Dance at The MAX: Hip-Hop Choreography

2155 Front Street, Meridian, MS

Hip-Hop is a versatile dance that encourages freestyle moves and is fun for all ages. In this four-week class you will learn choreography and perform at the Walk dat Walk: Fashion Show at The MAX on November 6, 2021. Registration required. Limited capacity. $15 Members | $20 Non-members Register Here

Family Fall Fest

2155 Front Street, Meridian, MS

Celebrate the autumn season with us at The MAX at our Family Fall Fest! We will have activities for all ages, including food trucks, bounce houses, sack races, fall crafts, lawn games, and more. Free with museum admission. 

WineDown at The MAX

2155 Front Street, Meridian, MS

It’s October, and time for one of our favorite MAX events, a Halloween-themed WineDown! It’s okay if you’re just here for the “BOO’s” – but you should grab a few things before heading over – a couple of friends, three identical bottles of your favorite wine (two to taste, and one for the “pot”), and …

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MAXEats: Dinner with Chef Enrika Williams

Enjoy a curated sit-down dinner with Chef Enrika Williams inspired by the Cross Colours clothing line. Born in West Point, Williams is the owner/chef of Fauna Foodworks which offers an international street-style menu in Jackson's Cultivation Food Hall. Registration required. (If seats are still available on 11/5, diners can purchase tickets at the door.) $35 …

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Swine & Dine

2155 Front Street, Meridian, MS

This fall, as a fundraiser for our Success Programs, The MAX will host Swine & Dine, an upscale whole hog barbecue featuring award-winning chef Cole Ellis of the Delta Meat Market in Cleveland, Mississippi. Enjoy an evening of Southern tradition with great food, great drink, and great music. Reservations required. For more information, visit msarts.org/swine …

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Brown Bag Lunch Concert: Holley Rumbarger

2155 Front Street, Meridian, MS

Join us as we welcome Holley Rumbarger to The MAX for our November Brown Bag Lunch concert. Currently residing in Hattiesburg, Holley is a mandolin player, singer/songwriter, and "your favorite 8-stringed freak, fire breather, and flow artist." Free and open to the public.

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