Jackson State University Opens Commercial Art Gallery

Jackson State University in Mississippi recently opened a commercial art gallery near the university. In addition to showing art from the university’s permanent collection, Gallery 1 will display local and national artists. The gallery will also sell handmade items from artisans from Uganda. Lectures and cultural events will also be held at Gallery 1. The gallery is funded by a grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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  1. I am a printmaker and mixed media artist . I would like to send information about myself and examples of my work for considerations in future exhibitions to the curator of the art gallery. Looking forward to hearing from you.
    Yours truly Gilberto Wilson .

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