Spend a night out with Gulfport Little Theatre as they present the fairytale classic Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, but don't worry, you'll be home before midnight.
Mississippi Arts Commission invests in our state’s makers through a variety of grant programs supporting nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and individual artists. Are you an organization or a professional artist looking to fund your project?
The Governor’s Arts Awards is an annual ceremony that recognizes individuals and organizations that have made noteworthy contributions to the arts in the state of Mississippi. The awards are presented in partnership with the Governor’s Office and signify the important relationship between government and the arts. The 2018 recipients and awards are as follows: Steve Azar – Governor’s Choice Award David Keary – Leadership in Performing Arts Joe Overstreet – Excellence in Visual Art V. A. Patterson – Community Arts Leader Yoknapatawpha Arts Council – Arts in Community The 2018 recipients will be recognized at the 30th annual Governor’s Arts Awards ceremony at the Old Capitol Museum in downtown Jackson on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, at 6 p.m. A public reception at 4:30 p.m. will precede the ceremony.
Put your work in the spotlight at the Hattiesburg Cultural Center at this open exhibition of photographers of any age or ability!
A unique artistic and literary adventure, storytellers Robert Brooks, Sarah Campbell, Chuck Galey, and Althea Jerome illustrate the many forms of storytelling at this year's Storytelling Festival at the Mississippi Children's Musuem.
For the second year in a row, MAC’s regional partner South Arts is accepting entries for the Southern Prize and State Fellowships, offering nine individual artists cash awards of up to $30,000; the contest is open to visual artists living across the southern states. Last year, Mississippi fiber artist Coulter Fussell was named finalist for […]
JACKSON, MISS. – December 7, 2017 – The Mississippi Arts Commission will host a series of “Meet the MAC” presentations on the agency’s grant programs at locations around the state. The program is targeted to Mississippi-based artists, arts organizations and other nonprofit organizations. Events are free and open to the public. Registration is not required. […]
On November 9, 2017, Dr. Mark Malone, professor of music at William Carey University, and Limeul Eubanks, Staff Officer at the Office of Secondary Education at the Mississippi Department of Education, presented MAC’s Mississippi History Through the Arts: A Bicentennial Curriculum to educators at the Mississippi Art Education Association’s 2017 Fall Conference. This curriculum is […]
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