Mississippi River Photo Exhibit

Sponsored by the Osceola Center for Arts & Heritage

Mark Your Calendars

Photographs from Osceola artists are featured in a national exhibit that debuted at the U.S. Capitol and is touring cities along the Mississippi River. The Mississippi River Photo Exhibit visits Osceola’s Mississippi County Museum September 27 through October 11, 2013. The exhibit is a project of the Mississippi River Cities & Towns Initiative’s (MRCTI) and is presented by the Osceola Center for Arts and Heritage in partnership the Mississippi County Museum.

An opening night reception is September 27, 2013 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Mississippi County Museum. Dickie Kennemore, Mayor of Osceola, who is on the board of the MRCTI, will honor Osceola artists Sandra Brand, Jennifer Weaver and John Warriner, whose work is featured in the exhibit. The public is invited to attend.

Mississippi River Photo Exhibit

Friday, Sep. 27th, 10am to Friday, Oct. 11th, 4pm

209 W. Hale, Osceola, AR 72370 Mississippi County Museum Event Center

Exhibit hours are Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and Saturdays 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. The exhibit is available outside of regular hours by contacting Debra Felske, Director of Osceola Center for Arts and Heritage, at director@ocah.org or (870) 563-0006.

We are the Osceola Center for Arts & Heritage

Osceola Center for Arts & Heritage (OCAH) is a non-profit, 501c(3) arts center located in Osceola, AR. The organization has a gallery in the historic downtown district where regional artists can display and sell their works. OCAH receives a small commission on these sales, so a portion of purchases is tax deductible. OCAH’s goal is to renovate a historic church into a state-of-the-art creative center where residents and visitors can learn and create unique pieces of art, both visual and performance.