OXFORD TOWN – What do the public library, the Powerhouse, the University Museum, Southside Gallery and Bozarts Gallery have in common? Each venue is hosting an art exhibit – either now or in the very near future – and each is on Oxford Town’s arts columnist Andi Bedsworth’s (pictured here) radar screen. Turn to Page 3 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town and read what each gallery is featuring for the entire L-O-U community to enjoy. (February 16, 2012, Page 3)
OXFORD TOWN – Last week, the University Museum unveiled its latest art exhibit “One World, Two Artists; John Alexander and Walter Anderson” headlining a frenzied art explosion all around the L-O-U community. Other exhibits include the showing of Bozarts Art Gallery’s exhibit “12 Invite 12,” the Powerhouse’s ongoing exhibit “Costal Art Show” and a new exhibit at Southside Gallery (photos on Page 12). The 2010 painting on the Oxford Town cover this week is titled “Octopus” by Alexander and the photo seen here titled “Stormy Monday” is also by Alexander. Check out these and other great music and cultural event listings in Oxford Town’s Community Calendar on Page 4 of this week’s issue. (August 25, 2011, Page 4)
The second annual Studio Crawl, sponsored by the Water Valley Arts Council, and an art opening, will be start at Bozarts Art Gallery, 403 Main Street in Water Valley, at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10. An opening reception for “Southern Comforts,” an exhibit of the work of five artists, will be held at the gallery from 5:30 to 9 p.m. (September 1, 2010)
Bozarts Gallery at 403 Main Street in Water Valley hosts “Long Time Coming,” featuring the work of Cynthia Buob, Adrienne Brown-David and Katherine Strause, March 5-April 3.
The exhibit commemorates the Civil Rights Act of March 1964 which outlawed segregation. The show features many images and themes related to and inspired by civil rights struggles in the South and African-American life, past and present. Opening reception is Friday, March 5, from 6-9 p.m. Gallery hours are Friday and Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. (March 1, 2010)