Mississippi Museum of Art: 2016 Mississippi Invitational Now Open

The 2016 Mississippi Invitational at the Mississippi Museum of Art opened Dec. 17, 2016. The 2016 exhibition is on view from December 17, 2016 – March 11, 2017

Artists whose work is featured in the 2016 Invitational are as follows:

  • Gregory Martin, Starkville
  • George Lee Miles, Jr., Jackson
  • Rod Moorhead, Oxford
  • Jerrod Partridge, Ocean Springs
  • Jaime Erin Johnson, Oxford
  • Mathew Grant Puckett, Jackson
  • Jennifer Torres, Hattiesburg
  • Michael Richardson, Gulfport
  • Gerard Howard, Jackson
  • Bill Jackson, Drew
  • Critz Campbell, West Point
  • Charles W. Carraway, Terry
  • Nate Theisen, Jackson
  • Joey Rice, Ocean Springs
  • Megan Hitt, Ridgeland
  • Myra Meade, Hattiesburg
  • Obie Earl Clark, Taylor
  • Philip R. Jackson, Oxford
Presenting sponsors for the exhibition include the Hiatt-Ingram Fund of the Community Foundation of Greater Jackson/Jane Hiatt.

Admission to the 2016 Mississippi Invitational is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and $3 for students. Free admission for children under the age of five and Museum members. To learn more, visit www.msmuseumart.org and click on exhibitions.The Mississippi Museum of Art and its programs are sponsored in part by the city of Jackson and Visit Jackson. Support is also provided in part by funding from the Mississippi Arts Commission, a state agency, and in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

 

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Born and bred on the state line of Mississippi, Chloe Clutter calls both New Orleans and Picayune, Mississippi home sweet home. In 2014, she enrolled at Southern Miss with aspirations of being a buyer or a fashion journalist. Somehow in the last two years, she has become a Leadership Scholar, member of the Fashion Merchandising Organization, Manager of Sakura Japanese Restaurant, member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, and a DIME intern. All the while maintaining a less than ideal sleeping schedule and sweet disposition.

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