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Sipp & Savor—Mississippi’s First Food + Drink Experience

2155 Front Street, Meridian

Join us at The MAX next spring for the Sipp & Savor Experience! Cat Cora, celebrity chef and Mississippi native, will headline a group of award-winning chefs who will prepare a variety of foods with Mississippi-sourced ingredients. Savor these irresistible bites and sip on cocktails, beers, and wines from some of Mississippi's most popular brewers …

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Exhibitions: Choctaw Expressions in conjunction with Savages and Princesses: The Persistence of Native American Stereotypes

Today, Native American contributions are often overlooked or forgotten. But what remains are the negative stereotypes. In this joint exhibition, Choctaw Expressions highlights the culture of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and brings awareness to the stereotypes Native Americans face every day. The Savages and Princesses: The Persistence of Native American Stereotypes exhibition represents …

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First Saturday: Make + Take Workshop

As part of The MAX experience, youth and families engage with the themes of the museum's exhibits through creative workshops, designed and led by a licensed educator. Drop-in style between 10am–Noon as part of The MAX First Saturday Event. Free with museum admission. Registration required. Register Here

1st Saturday: Sneaky Tree

2155 Front Street, Meridian

Mixing Native American themes with rock ‘n’ roll, Sneaky Tree is about lifitng up the human spirit and telling stories of the human condition. A mixed Native American, spACEy (Billy Lyons) has been a singer/songwriter/guitarist for Sneaky Tree since its inception. spACEy struggled with his identity and after moving to the Bok Cito community on …

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Make + Take Workshops

2155 Front Street, Meridian

As part of The MAX experience, youth and families engage with the themes of the museum's exhibits through creative workshops, designed and led by a licensed educator. Drop-in style between 10am–Noon every first and third Saturday of the month. Free with museum admission. Registration required. Register Here  

Illustrated Talk: Art is in the Blood with Mattie Codling

2155 Front Street, Meridian

In this illustrated talk, Art is in the Blood: Tattoos as Conduits of Identity, Mattie Codling, Walter Anderson Museum of Art Director of Collections and Exhibitions, delves into the ancient art of the tattoo and its modern iterations. The work of Matt Stebly, Walter Anderson's great-grandson and world-renowned tattoo artist, will be specifically addressed in …

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The Art of Bloodlines Demo with Matt Stebly

In conjunction with the Bloodlines exhibition Matt Stebly, tattoo artist and the great-grandson of Walter Inglis Anderson, will demonstrate the art of tattooing. Come and watch as he inks a first-timer live! There will be live music and a cash bar. Bloodlines includes paintings, drawings, preparatory materials, and photography celebrating Stebly's unique body of work …

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Film Screening: Bruce Almighty

How often do we complain about life? Join us as we finish this summer's film series with the official voice of God, Morgan Freeman. After complaining to God about doing a terrible job, Bruce Nolan, played by Jim Carey, is given the chance to be God. Nolan is given almighty powers for a week and …

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