Ezekiel Andrew McCall Gives Back to the MSA Community

Ezekiel Andrew McCall Gives Back to the MSA Community

Mississippi School of the Arts welcomed back MSA alum, Ezekiel Andrew McCall. A 2006 graduate of the vocal music program, McCall is now a performing artist who travels the country as anRead More…
Morgan Love Wins First in Mississippi’s Poetry Out Loud State Competition

Morgan Love Wins First in Mississippi’s Poetry Out Loud State Competition

A junior literary art student at Mississippi School of the Arts is the state champion for Poetry Out Loud, a competition where students recite selected poems in front of a panel ofRead More…
Student Work Juried in 2019-2020 Scholastic Art Competition

Student Work Juried in 2019-2020 Scholastic Art Competition

Juniors and seniors in the Visual Arts department received accolades in the Scholastic Art Regional Competition. Juried pieces receiving Gold and Silver are on display at the Mississippi Museum of Art throughoutRead More…
Literary Students Excel in Mississippi Scholastic Writing Competition

Literary Students Excel in Mississippi Scholastic Writing Competition

Each year, students at Mississippi School of the Arts, as well as other schools across the state and nation, participate in the Scholastic Art and Writing competition. Thousands of submissions are juriedRead More…
Emily Leggett Presents Artwork to State Representatives

Emily Leggett Presents Artwork to State Representatives

Mississippi’s 2020 legislative bodies are currently in session on the house and senate floors. On the opening day of the 2020 session, Emily Leggett, a junior visual arts student at the MississippiRead More…
Theatre and Literary Students Shine in South Dramafest Competition

Theatre and Literary Students Shine in South Dramafest Competition

Students in Mississippi School of the Arts’ theatre department, as well as literary, received awards at the Mississippi Theatre Association South Dramafest. The event was held at the University of Southern Mississippi.Read More…
Video Conferencing Technology Eliminates Distance at MSA

Video Conferencing Technology Eliminates Distance at MSA

The experiences of a Vietnam veteran came to life at Mississippi School of the Arts via online video conferencing. Students in Mrs. Vickie Malone’s fall semester US History class had the opportunityRead More…
Tobie Lambert Honored as a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction

Tobie Lambert Honored as a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction

Tobie Lambert, an English and Literature instructor at the Mississippi School of the Arts, has been recognized as a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction, a special recognition program of the National SocietyRead More…
Two Students Invited to Attend Eudora Welty Writers’ Symposium

Two Students Invited to Attend Eudora Welty Writers’ Symposium

Imani Skipwith, a senior Literary Arts major, as well as Azya Lyons, a junior, were both invited to attend the Eudora Welty Writers’ Symposium on October 11th, 2019, at the Mississippi UniversityRead More…
MSA History Instructor Selected as a 2019 NEH Summer Scholar

MSA History Instructor Selected as a 2019 NEH Summer Scholar

Vickie Garland Malone, a teacher at Mississippi School of the Arts, was selected as an NEH Summer Scholar from a national applicant pool to attend one of 15 Landmarks of American HistoryRead More…
The Gloster Arts Project: Providing Children a Quality Arts Education

The Gloster Arts Project: Providing Children a Quality Arts Education

Jamira Jackson, a senior vocal music student at Mississippi School of the Arts (c/o 2020), was invited to perform at the culmination activity of the Gloster Arts Project, a non-profit, 3-week artist-residencyRead More…
Candlelight Dinner Brings In 2019 School Year

Candlelight Dinner Brings In 2019 School Year

Move-in days, orientation days, first day of school. It’s quite busy around the campus during the first week on campus. However, it settles down a bit after the first day of schoolRead More…
Lancaster Places Second in High School Film Competition

Lancaster Places Second in High School Film Competition

In April 2019, the Media Arts junior and senior classes participated in the Tupelo Film Festival’s High School Film Competition, held at the Bolton Campus of Itawamba Community College. Students were ableRead More…
Mississippi School of the Arts Receives Grant from Georgia Pacific

Mississippi School of the Arts Receives Grant from Georgia Pacific

The Mississippi School of the Arts (MSA) recently received a $10,000.00 grant from Georgia Pacific to help better prepare its students from across Mississippi to be productive citizens in society through JuniorRead More…
MSA Visual and Literary Students Receive National Awards for 2019

MSA Visual and Literary Students Receive National Awards for 2019

Mississippi School of the Arts celebrates national achievements throughout the course of the school year. During the spring, students in Visual and Literary received national recognition for their recent work in theRead More…
Visual Students Capture Awards in 2019 Congressional Art Competition

Visual Students Capture Awards in 2019 Congressional Art Competition

The Mississippi School of the Arts (MSA) congratulates students in the Visual Arts department for receiving awards in the Congressional Art Competition for Mississippi’s Third Congressional District. Congressman Michael Guest presented theRead More…
Vocal Students Receive Seven Awards at 2019 NATS Conference

Vocal Students Receive Seven Awards at 2019 NATS Conference

Vocal Music students returned to Mississippi School of the Arts as award-winning for the National Association of Teachers of Singing 2019 state conference. The event, held in Oxford, Mississippi, attracts hundreds ofRead More…
MSA Dance Department in Dance Gala Concert – University of Southern Miss

MSA Dance Department in Dance Gala Concert – University of Southern Miss

The Mississippi School of the Arts (MSA) Dance Department performed in the first annual Dance Gala Concert as part of the Dance Revelry series at The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) onRead More…
Alysia Burton Steele Visits MSA as Artist-In-Residence

Alysia Burton Steele Visits MSA as Artist-In-Residence

Recently, Mississippi School of the Arts welcomed author Alysia Burton Steele to campus for a three-day artist residency. Alysia is the assistant professor of journalism in the School of Journalism at theRead More…
Jackson Palmer Named 2018-2019 STAR Student

Jackson Palmer Named 2018-2019 STAR Student

Jackson Palmer of Brandon has been named Mississippi School of the Arts’ STAR Student for the 2018-2019 school year by the Mississippi Economic Council (MEC) M. B. Swayze Foundation, sponsor of theRead More…
MSA Educators Receive 2019 AIM Award by the Arts Institute of Mississippi

MSA Educators Receive 2019 AIM Award by the Arts Institute of Mississippi

The Mississippi School of the Arts congratulates two educators for receiving the 2019 AIM Award by the Arts Institute of Mississippi. According to the institute’s web site, “The Arts Institute of MississippiRead More…

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