The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience added six members to its board of directors, enhancing the board’s diversity in race, ethnicity, gender, age, religious beliefs, professional skills and geographic reach, according to a news release by The MAX .

The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience named Coleman Warner, a veteran administrator at The National WWII Museum in New Orleans, as its director of development to strengthen its financial support.

Music fans were treated to something unique on Thursday when Courtney Grant (on viola) and Kris Grant (on marimba) livestreamed a performance from the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience in Meridian. 

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The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience is planning several upgrades to its property, Meridian leaders announced at a city council meeting Tuesday night. 

A crowd gathered on Saturday at the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience in Meridian to hear photojournalist  Alysia Burton Steele present “The Power of Oral Histories: Unearthing Mississippi’s Forgotten."  Steele and photographer Betty Press have presented their work for a combined …

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Inspired by a long-distance act of generosity, the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience has launched a new community partnership to share the joy and wonder of The MAX with people who might not otherwise be able to visit due to financial or other issues.

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A formal induction ceremony for the third group of honorees for The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience (The MAX) Hall of Fame will take place Thursday, Sept. 3 in downtown Meridian.

The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience named Coleman Warner, a veteran administrator at The National WWII Museum in New Orleans, as its director of development to strengthen its financial support.

Music fans were treated to something unique on Thursday when Courtney Grant (on viola) and Kris Grant (on marimba) livestreamed a performance from the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience in Meridian. 

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Kate Cherry, Ellie Massey, Sidney Covington and Ida Tomlin all come from different backgrounds, but they all share one common goal: connecting the community through the arts. 

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The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience is planning several upgrades to its property, Meridian leaders announced at a city council meeting Tuesday night. 

A crowd gathered on Saturday at the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience in Meridian to hear photojournalist  Alysia Burton Steele present “The Power of Oral Histories: Unearthing Mississippi’s Forgotten."  Steele and photographer Betty Press have presented their work for a combined …

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About 20 years ago, when Greg Snowden became a representative in the Mississippi House, the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience seemed like a fantasy.

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The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience will close its Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited Sunday after four months in the Queen City. 

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The $50 million Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience passed a milestone Sunday, the first year anniversary of opening its doors with great fanfare and expectant crowds.

Most widely known for his work with The Muppet Show and Sesame Street, some might be surprised to learn that the Mississippi-born Jim Henson frequently played with television as a medium, creating new techniques and shows that cemented his place in cultural history.

The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience named Jerome Trahan, a native of Biloxi and long-time resident of Meridian, as its new marketing director.

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After adding five more stars to the Hall of Fame on Saturday, the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience will work this week on next year's stars. 

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Country musician Charley Pride, one of five artists to be inducted this year into the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience Hall of Fame, will be present Saturday to collect his award.

The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience had its best attendance day since its opening in April on Saturday, with more than 1,300 visitors attending Meridian Day.

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After three months with The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience, parking hasn't been as scarce as expected nor has business boomed in downtown Meridian. 

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