Mississippi Arts Hour
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Adam Estes
Larry Morrisey visits with Adam Estes, a professor of music at the University of Mississippi. They talk about his work with his group, The Assembly Quartet (current MAC Roster Artists) and the upcoming saxophone conference at the university.
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Treya Brown
Leslie Barker talks with one of this year’s Performing Arts Fellowship recipients, Treya Dionne Brown. Treya is a writer and professionally trained film, stage, and voice over actor. Join us as she talks about how her Hattiesburg roots have grown into a life in the arts.
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Ming Ying Hong
Sarah Story talks with Ming Ying Hong, an interdisciplinary artist based in Starkville. She has exhibited throughout the U.S. and was recently named the South Arts Mississippi State Fellow. A professor of drawing at Mississippi State University, her work explores bodies at the margins, questioning the way we define, categorize, and assign power to them.
The Mississippi Arts Hour | Bruce Watson
Larry Morrisey talks with Bruce Watson from Oxford-based Fat Possum Records about “Memphis ’69,” their newly released documentary film. The film documents the final Memphis Country Blues Festival, held in the summer of 1969 that featured performances by several Mississippi blues greats, including Son Thomas, Bukka White and Mississippi Fred McDowell.