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Mississippi Department of Education Spotlights Fine Arts School

We’re thankful to the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) for spotlighting Mississippi School of the Arts, the state’s public residential high school for fine arts. The Spotlight was recognized and shown atRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Dec 14, 2017
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“Today, all I see is the sun.” The Mississippi Bicentennial

December 10, 1817, Mississippi joined the Union which would soon become the United States of America as we see today. The struggle was real and wasn’t without hardships such as the AmericanRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Dec 6, 2017
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Dartmouth College Glee Club Performs in Lampton Auditorium

The prestigious, Dartmouth College Glee Club recently performed an open concert on November 28th in Lampton Auditorium. The Dartmouth Glee Club is an exciting and accomplished ensemble with a 138-year history ofRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Dec 4, 2017
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We Grow Artists and Green Salads, Too.

The arts can be defined as many different types of things, ideas, and cultivations. Students at Mississippi School of the Arts have cultivated a new idea of the arts by growing green.Read More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Nov 16, 2017
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‘Taste of the Trust’ Proceeds to Benefit Restoration Project

A restoration project will soon be underway inside Enochs Hall, the art gallery and black box theater building on the campus of Mississippi School of the Arts. Originally as part of theRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Nov 13, 2017
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MSA Hosts 2017 Portfolio Review and Audition Day

Students at Mississippi School of the Arts had the opportunity to showcase their talent when several colleges and universities attended the school’s Portfolio Review and Audition Day. Students in Visual, Vocal, Media.Read More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Nov 1, 2017
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Lincoln County Library, the Scene of a Comedic Short Film

For Zachary Rast of Wesson and Nicolas Pace of Waveland, visiting the public library in Brookhaven is nothing new, since both are students at Mississippi School of the Arts. However, filming thereRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Oct 13, 2017
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MSA Students Kept Busy This Summer

This summer, The Mississippi School of the Arts’ (MSA) class of 2018 was busy traveling, perfecting their skills, and volunteering across the globe in places like New York City and Peru asRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Oct 4, 2017
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MSA Foundation and Brookhaven Trust Hosts Michael Roy

The Mississippi School of the Arts Foundation (MSAF) and the Brookhaven Trust are sponsoring a guest artist residency at the Mississippi School of the Arts (MSA) with internationally commissioned visual artist andRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Sep 20, 2017
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SGA Holds First Electronic Election

The Student Government Association recently conducted a school-wide election utilizing technology and preserving time and resources. How? By conducting the election online. MSA Technology Department set up the avenue for electronic ballotingRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Sep 12, 2017
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MSA Foundation Hosts Director and Actor, John Maxwell

The Mississippi School of the Arts Foundation (MSAF) is sponsoring a guest artist residency at the Mississippi School of the Arts (MSA) with Mississippi actor, writer, and director, John Maxwell in aRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Sep 12, 2017
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MSA Dance Represented at 2017 Mississippi Dance Festival

Students from the Department of Dance at Mississippi School of the Arts recently performed at the Mississippi Dance Festival at the University of Southern Mississippi’s Hattiesburg campus. The choreographic works of MSARead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Sep 11, 2017
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Speaker of the House and Education Chair Visits Campus

Last week, we welcomed to the campus Mississippi Speaker of the House Philip Gunn and Education Committee Chairman Representative John Moore. Our guests were accompanied by MSA’s Foundation Chairman Bill Sones, District 93 Representative BeckyRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Sep 5, 2017
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Literary Instructor Joins Artists in Creative Community Cohort

Clinnesha Sibley, MSA’s newest Literary Arts Instructor, recently returned from a week-long workshop, Creative Community Fellows Cohort, in rural Vermont. According to a press release by National Arts Strategies, “Fellows will workRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Aug 28, 2017
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Doctoral Candidate Gives Science Presentation

On Monday, August 14th, Anatomy & Physiology classes at Mississippi School of the Arts welcomed a special guest from the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC). Doctoral Candidate Edgar Meyer presented to students his work on Histology. “EdgarRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Aug 21, 2017
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Candlelight Marks Beginning of School Year

Mississippi School of the Arts is in full swing as students from every region of our state join their class as juniors and seniors to complete an advanced arts education. Candlelight Dinner, aRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Aug 17, 2017
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Phoenix Quarterly Newsletter Wins International Award

Mississippi School of the Arts Alumni Association recently garnered a gold award in the international Hermes Creative Awards competition. Shelby Hamilton, an MSA visual arts alumna, spearheaded the idea of submitting a copy ofRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Jul 24, 2017
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Stephanie Storey and Mike Gandolfi Gives Hollywood Advice

For the entire school year, students at Mississippi School of the Arts became indulged within their arts discipline. Whether it was theatre, dance, media arts, literary, visual or vocal music, dreams and aspirationsRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Jul 7, 2017
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MSA Chorale Sings Piece Written by Student from LSMSA

The Mississippi School of the Arts Chorale, an award-winning choir, performed a piece of music written by Hannah Rice, a student at Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA). TheRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Jun 20, 2017
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MSA Earns Arts Schools Network Exemplary School Designation

The Arts Schools Network Board of Directors has designated Mississippi School of the Arts in Brookhaven, Mississippi as a 2017-2019 Exemplary School in recognition of its commitment to excellence. The Exemplary SchoolRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Jun 19, 2017
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Art Student Puts Computer Programming Skills to the Test

Hailey Randolph, a Visual Arts class of 2018 student at Mississippi School of the Arts, surfaced her computer and got down to the grit with computer programming in her visual arts class. “I’m designingRead More…
By : MSA Newsroom | Jun 12, 2017
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