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47th Annual Bi-State Art Competition and Exhibition Juried art event currently housed at downtown Meridian museum | Lifestyles

 

The oldest juried art competition in the region, Meridian Museum of Art’s Bi-State, has returned for its 47th year.

The Bi-State is the downtown Meridian museum’s prestigious annual exhibit recognizing and celebrating outstanding artistic achievements by artists. Open to current and past residents of Mississippi and Alabama, the competition offers more than $3,000 in awards and prizes, including the $1,000 Alliance Health Center Best of Show Award.

Recognized as the cornerstone exhibit for Meridian Museum of Art, this year’s Bi-State features drew 261 entries, with 84 works selected by 59 artists. All images and the exhibition can be viewed on

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Cedar Valley Fashion, Art and Culture Expo is big event with an even bigger impact | Local News

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Art Center to have Van Gogh event – The Advocate-Messenger

Welcome to Go Van Gogh!…an afternoon of games, challenges and fun in support of the Art Center of the Bluegrass, Saturday, Sept. 25, 1-5 p.m. This imaginary narrative will have teams of four follow Vincent Van Gogh from Constitution Square to Centre College and back again with many stops and adventures along the way. Teams earn points by participating in activities, searching for public art installations and locating the great man himself.

This is the premier event conceived of by the Board of the Art Center of the Bluegrass to engage the community in the Art Center’s mission — connecting

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Meet Hill Street Country Club and Club Boutika: Oceanside gallery and art collective host High Tea event

Alofa Gould walks in and almost immediately bursts into tears.

Gould is an artist and musician who also happens to be in the service industry. Working on Father’s Day after a global pandemic has been a bit much. Just as quick as the U.S. celebrated “essential workers” during the pandemic, many of those same workers are on the frontline again, this time having to deal with crowded restaurants filled with often anxious and sometimes abusive customers.

But just as soon as Gould walks into Hill Street Country Club (HSCC), she is surrounded by her colleagues and friends, who offer her

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