Five graduating seniors from The W will mark the completion of their undergraduate art programs with their capstone thesis exhibition. The artists are Serenity Hardrick, Grant Garrison, Cedric Malone, Dylan Shows, and Diamond Spears. April 5 – May 5Reception: April 13, 5:30 -7:00 p.m. The Mississippi University for Women Galleries,…
March 30 – May 5 U.S. President William Howard Taft (center) stands with II&C president Henry Whitfield on the steps of the Music Hall. November 1909. Just after being elected, President William Howard Taft launched a whirlwind two-year tour of the United States. Invited by Columbus native Judge J. M.
We are proud to present “Walter Anderson: Works from the Permanent Collection”, a special exhibition showcasing the incredible artistic talent of Walter Inglis Anderson. Running from March 22 through the summer, this exhibition is held in The W Galleries and Summer Hall and features a selection of Anderson’s most stunning works from our permanent collection.
We are thrilled to present “Alumni Artwork from the Permanent Collection”, a special exhibition showcasing the exceptional work of alumni artists from our esteemed university. Held in The W Galleries and Summer Hall, this exhibition runs from February 22 through May 5 and celebrates the creative achievements of our alumni.
March 7 – March 31 Reception: March 30, 4:30 – 6:00…
We are pleased to present an exhibition of the works of Evonté Shepherd as part of The W’s celebration of Black History Month. Shepherd is a talented painter who specializes in portraiture. His works will be on display in The W Galleries and Summer Hall.
The work of Phillips will be on exhibition as part of The W’s celebration of Black History Month. Phillips’ ceramics will be on display Feb. 6 through March 17 in The W Galleries and Summer Hall.
We are thrilled to present the Juried Student Exhibition, a showcase of the incredible talent and creativity of Mississippi University for Women’s art students. Held in The W Galleries and Summer Hall from February 8 through March 2, this exhibition features a stunning array of works created by our most talented student artists.
“COLORED Paintings: Timothy Collins,” currently on display at The W Galleries, Summer Hall at Mississippi University for Women, takes the visitor through 30 years of the artist’s career. The artwork ranges from activist art to spiritual expressions, and from the appearance of outsider or folk art to a sophisticated interpretation of modern art, all with a singular voice.
The Prints from the Permanent Collection exhibit will feature of a wide variety of prints from artists ranging from the Nineteenth to the Twenty First Century. The university’s permanent collection was first established in 1948 by department chair Dr. Ralph Hudson to help educate art majors. As one of the…