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The 8th annual Renaissance Fest will be presiding at the Hattiesburg Zoo on Feb. 24-25. The royal festival is exciting as it marks the beginning of the Spring season for the Hattiesburg Zoo and the Hub City. The weekend will be filled with events, harkening back to the Renaissance era, with something for everyone in the family to enjoy.
Spirit of Southern, The University of Southern Mississippi’s (USM) premier pop a cappella ensemble will be a featured performing group on the opening concert session of the American Choral Directors Association Southern Region Bi-Annual Conference in Louisville, KY on Feb. 21.
With a keen eye for detail and authentic passion for her subjects, artist Lee Collier Harper, a University of Southern Mississippi (USM) alumna (B.A., ’92), shares that sense of place and commitment to preserving the memory of the icons dotting her home state’s landscape through her work as a miniaturist.
Meet Roxie and Mary Alice, the two newest residents of Hattiesburg’s Pocket Alley.
Three faculty members and a student from The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) School of Music will perform a chamber music program in the Weill Recital Hall at renowned Carnegie Hall on Jan.11 at 8 p.m.
Known as the Hillbilly Cat to the King of Rock and Roll, there is without a doubt that our home state boy, Elvis Presley, will forever be an iconic figure.
The Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson has officially unveiled the state’s first Picasso solo exhibition, “Picasso Landscapes: Out of…
A holiday tradition is making its way back to the historic Hattiesburg Saenger Theater as “The Nutcracker” will be performed…
The Hattiesburg Convention Commission Unveiled the Final Installations to its Generations Strong–Inspiring African Americans of Hattiesburg Commemorative Wall
On Saturday, December 9th the Hattiesburg Convention Commission unveiled the final installations to its Generations Strong: Inspiring African Americans of Hattiesburg Commemorative Wall, located at the Historic Eureka School in Hattiesburg’s Sixth Street Museum District.
JJ Grey & Mofro: Olustee Tour is coming to Hattiesburg’s Historic Saenger Theater on May 4th, 2024. Ticket prices for this show range from $39.50 to $65.50 plus fees.
All are invited to Ocean Springs for the 45th annual Peter Anderson Arts & Crafts Festival, set for Saturday, November…
Be a part of the largest community volunteer team on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and make an impact at the largest fine arts festival in the state.
Local, National Talent to Sing the Blues at Annual Festival : Panel at UM Blues Archive to highlight history, importance of music to the South
The 12th annual Oxford Blues Festival will kick off three days of blues music with a free-to-the-public event at the University of Mississippi Blues Archive.
Theresa Bush, assistant professor of costume design at The University of Southern Mississippi’s (USM) Theatre program, housed in the School of Performing and Visual Arts, serves as associate designer for “A Wonderful World,” a new Broadway musical about the life and loves of jazz legend Louis Armstrong, beginning its pre-Broadway performances this week in New Orleans.
Meet Brandi Perry and Dori Lowe— writers and founders of “Backroads and Burgers.” In addition to this, they are educators.
The Laurel School District is leading the charge in bringing together all the students and faculty in the district as well as the community to celebrate National Heritage Month in a fabulous fashion.