Changing Exhibits

Mississippi: Lost and Found featuring Adam Trest

July 26-November 5, 2022

The natural world around us has inspired the newest exhibition at the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience. Mississippi: Lost and Found, created by Adam Trest of Laurel, is a visual journal of his adventures while traveling across the state.

The World on Paper: The Expressions and Realisms of Cathy Hegman and Laurin McCracken

May 7, 2022-August 13, 2022

The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience invites you into the worlds of renowned watercolor artists Cathy Hegman and Laurin McCracken. In the newest exhibition at The MAX, we invite you to explore the ideas of representation and what constitutes reality.

Family Legacy: Frank Estrada

March 29-July 9, 2022

Frank Estrada, a Memphis native and transplant to Oxford, Mississippi, created the Family Legacy exhibition as a tribute to his father, whom he credits with pushing him to be the best person and artist he can be. Linocut portraits feature family members, capturing their emotions, telling their stories with their faces.

Past Exhibits

Drawn Inside the Margins: The Story of Ezra Jack Keats & The Snowy Day

Adventures in the Imagination by Chuck Galey

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

Choctaw Expressions – Savages and Princesses: The Persistence of Native American Stereotypes

Bloodlines: Matt Stebly

Tennessee Williams: The Playwright & The Painter

Folk Art: ‘The Saga of Red Eye the Rooster’

Deliberately Distorted: The Pottery of George E. Ohr

Southbound: Photographs of and About the New South

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