Art Galleries

Brown’s Fine Art
630 Fondren

Fischer Galleries
3100 North State Street

Fondren Art Gallery & Custom Framing
3030 N. State St.

Fredrick Douglas Hall Music Center
1400 John R. Lynch Street

Gaddis Group Studio
2900 N. State Street

Gallery 119
119 South President Street

Interiors Market
659 Duling Ave.

Mishka’s Art Gallery
2761 Old Canton Road

Mississippi Museum of Art
380 South Lamar Street
Mississippi's largest professional arts organization, the Mississippi Museum of Art, holds an extensive collection of more than 3,000 works including the world's largest collection by and relating to Mississippians and their culturally diverse heritage. Its collections are also notably strong in 19th- and 20th-century American landscape paintings, 18th-century British paintings and furniture, Japanese prints, Southern photography, folk art, pre-Columbian ceramics, and Oceanic art. Each year, various rotating and traveling exhibitions are complemented by lectures and special programs. Tour Contact: Education Department Motorcoach Parking Guided tours available by request. Hours of Operation during Between God and Man: Angels in Italian Art (effective June 9th) Tuesday - Saturday 10 am - 6 pm Sunday noon - 6 pm with extended hours on Thursday until 8 pm The Museum is closed on Mondays. Regular Hours of Operation (between major exhibitions) Tuesday- Saturday 10 am until 5 pm Sunday 12 - 5 pm The Museum is closed on Mondays. The Palette Cafe and the Museum Shop are open during all Museum hours. Sunday brunch is served from 11:00 until 2:00.

Municipal Art Gallery
839 N. State Street
This beautiful antebellum home was converted into a gallery to showcase the works of Mississippi artists. The Gallery presents month-long exhibitions of artists' works, on sale to the public. Hours: Tue - Sat 9:00am - 5:00pm, Sun 2:00 - 5:00pm. No admission.

Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience
3863 Morrison Road, Utica, MS
The Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience tells the story of the pioneering spirit of a people whose culture reflects their historical past from before the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement and beyond. Exhibits include religious artifacts, a photographic journey reflecting the spirit of the rural South through Jewish eyes by world-renowned photographer Bill Arron, and an orientation video heralding the remarkable journey of Jews from the 19th century Europe to the South of today. Forty minutes southwest of Jackson.

Nunnery’s Gallery
426 Meadowbrook Road

One Blu Wall
2906 N. State Street, Suite 107

Pearl River Glass Studio, Inc.
142 Millsaps Avenue

Royal Art Studio
1999 Hwy 80 West

Stedman Art
811 Foley Street

The International Museum of Muslim Cultures
Mississippi Arts Center
201 E. Pascagoula Street
As the first museum in the United States devoted to Islam and Muslims, the International Museum of Muslim Cultures seeks to educate the public about Mississippi's diverse cultural and religious heritage and to facilitate multicultural tolerance. In addition to a permanent collection of artifacts and documentary displays, the museum also organizes special exhibitions relating to the Muslim experience in history. The museum moves to an interim facility in the Mississippi Arts Center in late 2006 for the opening of its latest exhibition entitled The Legacy of Timbuktu: Wonders of the Written Word. Please call 601-960-0440 for rates, dates, and hours of operation. Tour contact: Okolo Rashid, Director Tour time: 1 + hours Hours: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Tuesday to Saturday Noon to 5:00 pm Sundays Admission: Rates vary according to special exhibits. Special group rates and comp policy available.

Wolfe Studio
4308 Old Canton Road