Archives for March 2017

People, Places, and Things! Kate Freeman Clark Family Activity Day

10:00 a.m. – Noon (DROP-IN)

The University of Mississippi Museum
Cost: FREE!

Bring the whole family to explore the Museum’s newest exhibit of art by Kate Freeman Clark, an impressionist painter from Holly Springs. We will have interactive projects inspired by nouns in art- people (portraits), places (Earth Day inspired landscapes), and things (still lifes). Adaptations for all ages will be available, and we will even have a baby play area for Buie Babies to unwind. All children must be accompanied by a grown-up.

Questions? Contact Emily Dean McCauley at or 662-915-7073

Sponsored by Baptist Memorial Hospital: North Mississippi and the Ignite Ole Miss campaign


2017 Master Gardeners Museum Series


The University of Mississippi Museum in association with
The Master Gardeners of Lafayette County present

Garden Survival

April 6, 13, 20, 27, 2017
Thursdays at 12:00 noon–1:00 p.m.

April 6
A Garden Legend

Susan Haltom, is a garden designer & preservations coordinator for Eudora Welty’s garden, having directed the restoration of the 20th century home garden since 1994. She is coauthor of “One Writers Garden:” Welty’s Home Place, and is current president of the Southern Garden History Society. She will talk on saving your own historical garden.

April 13
What’s Bugging You

Dr. Blake Layton, MSU professor entomology. His presentation will focus on insects both beneficial and bad and how to survive infestation of insects in your garden. He will devote some time discussing crepe myrtle bark scale an issue now plaguing our area.

April 20
Eating What You Grow

Dr. Jeff Wilson, Regional Horticulturist with MSU extension in Verona. He will address how to set up a vegetable garden, to grow your own food. If you are a newcomer or a veggie gardening veteran he has the answers.

April 27
Proven Winner Plants for Your Yard

Nathan Lazinksy, Assistant Superintendent, Ole Miss Landscape Services. He is a licensed landscape Gardener/Horticulturist in Mississippi and is a ISA Certified Arborist with over 20 years experience in landscaping as well as operating his own business. He will highlight proven winner plants that are tough and low maintenance for your yard.


Discrimination based upon race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or veteran’s status is a violation of federal and state law and MSU policy and will not be tolerated. Discrimination based upon sexual orientation or group affiliation is a violation of MSU policy and will not be tolerated.

Visualizing Dunhuang Buddhist Caves: Past and Present

Tuesday, March 21, 2017, 5–7:00 p.m.

Please join us for a lecture by Dr. Angela F. Howard. She will discuss how the photos of the Dunhuang caves’ architecture and paintings enable us to reconstruct the type of Buddhism practiced at Dunhuang, a Chinese transformation of Indian and Central Asian traditions. Reception to follow.

Angela HowardDr. Angela F. Howard, Professor Emerita of Asian art, Rutgers University and former special consultant in Chinese Buddhist Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY.

This lecture complements the University of Mississippi Museum’s current exhibition: Dunhuang through the Lens of James and Lucy Lo.