Saturday, October 6, 2012
The Art Garden at the Mississippi Museum of Art
10 AM until; Town Creek Art Remix concert begins at 7 PM
10 AM; Evening Concert begins at 7 PM
The Second Annual Town Creek Arts Festival will be held in The Art Garden at the Mississippi Museum of Art in Downtown Jackson (380 South Lamar Street). Beginning at 10 AM, the festival will feature Mississippi artists, craftsmen, food from local vendors, and live performances on the C Spire Stage. This family-friendly event includes hands-on educational opportunities for children and encounters with art in a variety of forms in the garden rooms and on the BankPlus Green. The festival segues into the evening with a headline concert. The Town Creek Arts Festival celebrates the Downtown Cultural District and the continued revitalization of Downtown Jackson. Cost: FREE ADMISSION
Mr. John E. Catlette, Carl M. Carbonell, Dell Clark, Charles R. Crossley, Marek and Shelagh Dlouhy, Laurilyn McDonald Fortner, Carisa Galloway, JoyceAnn Gardner, Mr. Greg Harkins, Bill and Carol Heytens, Pam Holmes, Jackson State University’s Gallery 1, Nell Knox, Jude Landry, Ellen Langford, Eric Lantrip, Louis LaRose, Salongo Lee, Robert Lofton, Ross Lunz, Zan Martin, Kirke McNeel, Tracy A. Brewster Pilgrim, Heidi Pitre, Elizabeth Robinson, St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral, Joy Stewart, Kate Thomas, Dierdre Uncapher, and Andy Young.
Town Creek Art Remix - 7PM
The Fall 2012 Art Remix concert features an opening act by Jackson’s own “Good Times Band” the Southern Komfort Brass Band, and is headlined by Uncle Lucius, an Austin-based indie rock band. Uncle Lucius takes rock and roll from its deep roots and adds in elements of R&B and blues, and their latest album “And You Are Me” is reminiscent of The Doors to early Black Crowes. The Fall 2012 Art Remix celebrates the end of the 2nd Annual Town Creek Arts Festival. COST: FREE ADMISSION, FOOD OPTIONS STARTING AT $5, CASH BAR. NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGE. BLANKETS AND CHAIRS WELCOME