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          Exhibit Opening: William Dunlap presents The Saga of Red Eye the Rooster

          September 29, 2020, 9:00 amMarch 7, 2021, 5:00 pm CDT
          Thu 22

          Deliberately Distorted: The Pottery of George E. Ohr

          October 3, 2020, 9:00 amJanuary 10, 2021, 5:00 pm CDT
          Thu 22

          Premiere: The 2020 MAX Hall of Fame Induction Video

          October 10, 8:00 amDecember 31, 5:00 pm CDT
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Southbound Series: Titus Brooks Heagins

North Carolina photographer and Southbound participant Titus Heagins will speak about his quest to represent the true and complete realities of poverty and despair cast against resilience and hope in the South. Heagins’ photographs are in the collections of the Smithsonian Institution, North Carolina Museum of Art, and Casa de Africa in Havana, Cuba. You …

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Mini Maestros

Children 5 and under are invited to enjoy guided activities including music, crafts, dance, and games. Free for toddlers and their parents/caregivers. Free and open to the public. Limit two children per adult. Class size limited. Registration required. Register Here

Southbound Series: Tony Lewis

Dr. Richard Anthony Lewis, Curator of Education at The MAX, will speak about the relationship between photographers working in the South during the Great Depression and contemporary images in Southbound. The talk will explore the commonalities and differences between the government-sponsored program in the 1930s and independent photographers working today. You can join us live …

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First Saturday: The MAX Hall of Fame

Join us as we celebrate the 2020 MAX Hall of Fame inductees: Musicians Tammy Wynette, Bo Diddley, John Lee Hooker, Jerry Lee Lewis, and writer Margaret Walker! Take our Hall of Fame-themed scavenger hunt and learn about all 28 Mississippi legendary artists represented in the Hall. Kids can create a Hall of Fame-themed souvenir at …

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MAXStudio: Wheel Thrown Ceramics

Sign up now for our fall ceramics class, taught by Dillan Ladner. Experience creating one-of-a-kind pottery in this eight-week course every Tuesday, September 15–November 3. Students will learn and practice ceramics techniques of throwing and glazing. All materials and firing included in course fee. Class size limited to six students ages 16+. Registration required. $160 …

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Brown Bag Lunch Concert: Seth Power

Our September Brown Bag Lunch Concert features singer songwriter Seth Power from Jackson. His musical style combines modern pop and soft rock with an indelible blues influence. Bring your lunch and enjoy an hour of music outdoors in The MAX Courtyard. Attendance limited to 100. Reserve your seat here. Reservations More about Seth

NightMarket

The MAX and Earth’s Bounty invite you to an end-of-summer NightMarket. Stop by The MAX for beer and wine, artists, artisans, farm vendors, food vendors, music by Seth Power, and more. Sponsored by Go Green Meridian, City of Meridian, and the Meridian Council for the Arts. Masks required for entry. Free and open to the …

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NEW DATE Lunch + A Movie: The Lion King

The Lion King stars Arkabutla-native James Earl Jones (voice) in the animated version of this inspiring film. Retired director of the Mississippi Film Commission Ward Emling will preview the film at noon. Limited seating. Registration required.

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