Picturing Women Inventors ExhibitionCatfish Row Museum 913 Washington St., Vicksburg
View the Smithsonian poster exhibition highlighting the history of women inventors in the United States for free through April 16 at the Catfish Row Museum in Vicksburg.
Southern Jewish Food CulturesCatfish Row Museum 913 Washington St., Vicksburg
A Conversation with Marcie Cohen Ferris, Professor Emeritus and Foodways author from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Lesley Silver, owner of the Attic Gallery
Mississippi’s Black Farming LegacyCatfish Row Museum 913 Washington St., Vicksburg
W. Ralph Eubanks, writer and essayist whose work focuses on race, identity, and the culture of the American South and Mississippi
Home Town Recipes: Race, Myth, and Cookbooks in 20th Century VicksburgCatfish Row Museum 913 Washington St., Vicksburg
Dr. Andrew Haley, Moorman Distinguished Professor in the Humanities 2019-21 and Associate Professor of American Cultural History from the University of Southern Mississippi visits the Catfish Row Museum April 23, 2022.
Documenting Delta WokCatfish Row Museum 913 Washington St., Vicksburg
A collaborative documentary project on Mississippi Delta Chinese with Talbot Easton Selby, associate dean in the Thomas W. and Robin W. Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts at Coastal Carolina University and professor of photography; Emily Jones, Delta State University archivist; and Gabriella Sang.
Why We Call It Soul FoodCatfish Row Museum 913 Washington St., Vicksburg
The story of why southerners, especially African American southerners, call the foods we eat “soul food.”
Food for Thought: Resetting the Table — Exploring Foodways in VicksburgCatfish Row Museum 913 Washington St., Vicksburg
Join us for a sneak peek of a new exhibit coming to the Catfish Row Museum — Resetting the Table: Exploring Foodways in Vicksburg.
Voices and Votes: Democracy in AmericaCatfish Row Museum 913 Washington St., Vicksburg
“Voices and Votes,” an exhibition from the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street (MoMS) division, takes a broad look at American democracy — from the American Revolution and expanding suffrage to civil rights and casting ballots. It explores who can vote, whose voices are heard, the responsibilities of American citizens, how we can encourage more people […]
Fashion Politics with designer Raymond BanksCatfish Row Museum 913 Washington St., Vicksburg
Learn from Vicksburg-native and designer Raymond Banks on how renowned fashion designer Patrick Kelly grew up in the civil rights movement and how he appropriated stereotypes to expose and confront America's past.
RESCHEDULED: Lunch & Learn with Donald “Field” Brown (new date coming soon!)Catfish Row Museum 913 Washington St., Vicksburg
Vicksburg native and Harvard scholar Donald "Field" Brown will provide the history of "The Vicksburg Citizens' Appeal" during critical civil rights years.
Democracy in MississippiCatfish Row Museum 913 Washington St., Vicksburg
Race, Violence and Power in the Struggle for the Vote with Dr. Rebecca Tuuri, USM professor
The Vicksburg Citizens’ Appeal: Lunch & Learn with Donald “Field” BrownCatfish Row Museum 913 Washington St., Vicksburg
A native of Vicksburg, Donald (Field) Brown is a PhDstudent at Harvard University. He graduated fromMississippi State (B.A., 2014) with degrees in Englishand Philosophy, and went to get a masters […]