Meridian Museum of Art
Housed in the historic former Carnegie Library, the Meridian Museum of Art promotes Mississippi and regional art through its numerous public and education programs, exhibitions, and permanent collections. Artwork displayed in its exhibitions include Native American art, paintings, photography, decorative arts, and crafts. It is operated by the Meridian Art Association. The building itself was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
Backstory and Context
Homepage. Meridian Museum of Art. Accessed September 8, 2017. http://www.meridianmuseum.org/index.html.
McKee, Anne. "The Little Museum that could, and did, thrives into the Twenty-First century." The Meridian Star. April 26, 2007. https://archive.is/20120904125211/http://www.meridianstar.com/columnns/local_story_117004817.html.
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