Magic Hour at The Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs, MS Featuring Music by Abe Partridge & Emily Sholes Smith (Thur. July 22, 2021)

eeMagic Hour at The Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs, MS Featuring Music by Abe Partridge & Emily Sholes Smith (Thur. July 22, 2021) Photos by Stephen “Andy” Anderson. (designed & posted by J. Cole)

On Thursday, July 22, 2021, the Walter Anderson Museum of Art in historic Ocean Springs, Mississippi introduced an exciting, new, family-friendly series to the public. The series called “Magic Hour” is based on the comments made by the world-renowned and celebrated artist-philosopher, Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965)

“It is approaching the magic hour before sunset, when all things are related…” – Walter Inglis Anderson

The mission of the Walter Anderson Museum of Art is : “…..to empower lifelong curiosity and connection to the natural world through the art of Walter Anderson and kindred artists.”

Founded in 1991, the museum is a keystone in the state’s cultural life and has brought visitors from around the world to its doors.

The quarterly series will provide a variety of activities including live music and free admission to the museum.. On this particular evening, music was provided by two of the Gulf Coast most popular singer-songwriters Abe Partridge and Emily Sholes Smith, both of whom have been spotlighted in numerous articles and photo collections at The Southland Music Line.

Click Here to learn more about Walter Anderson and the Walter Anderson Museum of Art.
Click Here to learn more about Abe Partridge
Click Here to learn more about Emily Sholes Smith (of Della Memoria)

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Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs, MS

Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs, MS

Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs, MS

Emily Sholes Smith

Abe Partridge

Emily Sholes Smith

Abe Partridge

Emily Sholes Smith and Abe Partridge

Abe Partridge, Emily Sholes Smith and Josh Smith

The Little Room was a generous gift of the Family of Walter Anderson, moved to the museum from Shearwater Pottery in 1991. Discovered in 1965 after the artist’s death, The Little Room was Walter Anderson’s refuge on the mainland. 

Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs, MS

Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs, MS


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