Archives for September 2015

A Night of Whimzy at the Museum

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Thursday, January 19, 2017
5:30–7:30 p.m.

The University of Mississippi Museum

Cost: $35 per participant

cotton boll paintingCotton field paintingThe UM Museum and Studio Whimzy are collaborating to bring our third Night of Whimzy inspired by Theora Hamblett. Join us for refreshments, mingling, and painting. All materials are provided and pre-registration is required.

Email Studio Whimzy at
to register for this event.

Space is limited, so reserve your spot today!

Outside food and beverages are not permitted at this event.

Swamp Flower

Swamp Flower

Artist: Mia Kaplan

Harvest Supper on the Grounds of Rowan Oak

Presented By Friends of the University Museum

Harvest Supper 2015 is sold out!

Thursday, October 22nd, 2015, 7:00 p.m.

Last year’s Harvest Supper was a magical experience. So mark your calendars now to join us for another enchanted evening at Rowan Oak.

$150 Per Guest

Proceeds to Benefit the University Museum and Historic Houses

RSVP to this special event by calling 662.915.7073 or email

Art For Auction

Maude Schuyler Clay
Tom Corbin, Corbin Bronze
Bill Dunlap
Philip Jackson
Terry Lynn
Robert Malone
Glennray Tutor from the collection of Louis and Lucia Brandt
Carlyle Wolfe

Auction to take place during Harvest Supper.

Board Members 2015:

Lynn Wilkins

Jimmy Thomas
Vice President

Mary Ann Frugé

Mary Thompson

Roy Percy

Amy Lowe Lewis
Past President

Jason Bouldin
John Dunbar
Gayle Henry
Donna Gottshall
Dorothy Howorth
Joy Clark
Terry Lynn
Lane McCluer
Ron Nurnberg
Zach Tutor
Franklin Williams
Carlyle Wolfe

Mia Kaplan Artist’s Lecture


Thursday, September 24, 2015
3:00 p.m.

Mia Kaplan is a painter, sculptor, and textile designer from Southeast Louisiana. She holds a degree in Drawing and Printmaking from the Memphis College of Art, and has held residencies at the New Orleans Botanical Gardens, Louisiana Artworks in New Orleans, and Big Cat Press in Chicago. The University of Mississippi Museum is pleased to exhibit her sculpture, Swamp Flower.