1st Saturday: Fish Tales

Yes, we’re celebrating the popular pastime of fishing! 1st Saturday: Fish Tales, in conjunction with the opening of the Jugline exhibition, includes The Walking Catfish, written and Illustrated by Ke Francis, large woodcut prints, and ephemera related to print and book making. Schedule of Events: All Day   Fishing for Artists 10am–Noon   Make + Take Workshops …

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An Afternoon with Ke Francis + Tom Kimmel

2155 Front Street, Meridian

Join international narrative artist Ke Francis and special guest Tom Kimmel for an afternoon of wood carving, printmaking, storytelling, and music. Ke Francis defines narrative art as pure visual storytelling—memories from his travels become stories, poems, and images. During his forty-year career he has worked with some of the most influential artists of this century …

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Brown Bag Lunch Concert: David Dunavent

David Dunavent is a hard-hitting blues rock musician hailing from the heart of the Mississippi Delta. He has played alongside blues legends like Bill "Howl'n Madd" Perry, James "Super Chickan" Johnson, current blues sensation Jarekus Singleton,  and many more before striking out on his own. Influenced by these greats, and incorporating a mixture of Delta, …

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Blues Series: Lonn’e George

2155 Front Street, Meridian

Next up in the Blues Series is McComb native Lonn’e George. After leaving the Air Force (where he met and played with Duke Ellington), Lonn’e moved to Los Angeles and formed The Promotia Band, opening for James Brown. He returned to Mississippi in 2003 and has since performed with his own band, Lonn’e George and …

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