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          Tue 04

          Southbound: Photographs of and about the New South

          June 13, 9:00 amSeptember 6, 5:00 pm CDT
          Tue 04

          POSTPONED: Murder Mystery at The MAX

          August 4, 5:00 pm8:00 pm CDT
          Thu 06

          Mini Maestros

          August 6, 10:30 am11:30 am CDT
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Wine Down to The MAX

The MAX invites you to “Wine Down” with us at The Venue in downtown Meridian.
The event is $10 a person or FREE for members. The number of teams will be limited, so to ensure you and your team have a spot, RSVP to Margo@msarts.org.

An Evening at The MAXGrand Opening Gala

Join us for The MAX Grand Opening Gala. The black tie festivities include cocktails, hors’doevres, and dancing under the stars to the music of Compozitionz. Open bar.
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Official Ribbon Cutting

Mayor Percy Bland and other local officials will be on hand for the official ribbon cutting at The MAX. Free and open to the public.

Member Preview Day

MAX members, those wishing to purchase memberships, as well as the general public will be among the first visitors to The MAX! Special events for members are planned throughout the day.

Sharon O'Connell Dickenson

“A Cast of Blues”Artist Demonstration + Lecture

Sharon McConnell-Dickerson is an artist, lecturer, teacher, and speaker whose exhibition “A Cast of Blues” will be the first show featured in The MAX changing-exhibition gallery. Free with admission.

"A Cast of Blues"

Como, Mississippi based artist Sharon McConnell-Dickerson’s exhibit features her one-of-a-kind creation of life-cast masks of Mississippi Delta blues musicians that were modeled by the musicians themselves. The artist is almost …

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Movie Night on the Lawn

Set in rural Mississippi during the Great Depression, O Brother Where Art Thou is a satire loosely based on Homer’s epic poem The Odyssey. Laugh with us as we present our first movie night on the lawn. Free and open to the public.

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