Here is a look back at some of the wonderful exhibits that have been on display at the Museum of the Mississippi Delta.
(Please check our Past Events page for additional dates.)
July 12- August 27, 2010 - Wild Art: Ducks and the Outdoors
An exhibition of paintings by Charles Chapin =This exhibition of landscapes, waterfowl, and working dogs were from local artist Charles Chapin. It corresponded with the Mississippi Ducks Unlimited State Convention that was held in Greenwood. Waterfowl hunting and preservation has become a rich tradition and was celebrated in this exhibit.
September 6- November 18, 2010 - A View of Life
An exhibition of paintings by Helen Harris Smith - Helen Harris Smith is a naturalist painter from Jackson, MS. Her work on exhibition included still-life paintings, landscapes, and portraits.
December 1- January 9, 2011 - Christmas & Holiday Traditions
In coordination with Greenwood Community Organizations and the Astra Girls Club - This exhibition covers the historical and fanciful development of Christmas and other holidays like Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Las Posadas. Greenwood community clubs and organizations are featured in this exhibit with Christmas trees that have been uniquely decorated by each club. Another segment of the exhibit is the time line of people and events that have shaped the holidays including the first lighting of a menorah in the White House, the publication of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, and the first written mention of a Christmas tree in the United States.