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The Hart Boys Make Virtual Graduation Possible for Class of 2020

From May 8-19 for hours on end, brothers Thomas Hart and Clinton Hart sat listening to individual recognition ceremonies for 46 seniors who were able to attend. Seniors were invited to bringRead More…
By : Newsroom Staff | Jun 5, 2020

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…
By : Newsroom Staff | Aug 3, 2019

MSA Film Students Capture Top Awards at Tupelo Film Festival

Media Arts film students at Mississippi School of the Arts have accomplished a lot within the short time of the program’s opening. This year, the program will graduate its first class ofRead More…
By : Newsroom Staff | Apr 30, 2018

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 : Newsroom Staff | Oct 13, 2017

MPB and MSA Partner to Build Future Workforce

Mississippi Public Broadcasting (MPB) and the Mississippi School of the Arts (MSA) are partnering to provide educational opportunities to students in a new media arts program. The new initiative shares agency resources andRead More…
By : Newsroom Staff | May 4, 2017

Media Students Intern With Arizona-based Film Company

While the majority of students in the Brookhaven area were out for Spring Break, a few Media Arts students from Mississippi School of the Arts tagged along with a film crew, gettingRead More…
By : Newsroom Staff | Apr 21, 2017

Shelburne Leads Discussion Panel at “Film Haven” Film Festival

Students from Mississippi School of the Arts had the opportunity to be a part of the audience at Brookhaven’s first-ever film festival, “Film Haven”. The event, hosted by Running Wild Films andRead More…
By : Newsroom Staff | Sep 14, 2016

MSA Announces New Media Arts Discipline of Study

The Mississippi School of the Arts (MSA) will be adding Media Arts to its intensive programs of study beginning the 2016-2017 school year.  The new discipline will join the school’s prestigious programs inRead More…
By : Newsroom Staff | Sep 23, 2015