Museums and Galleries

Museums

Blues Archive

The Blues Archive is on the 3rd floor of the J.D. Williams Library at the University of Mississippi. The archive contains over 60,000 sound recordings; 20,000 photographs; 1,000 videos; and 34,000 books, periodicals, and newsletters.

J.D. Williams Library

The J.D. Williams Library has rotating exhibits on its third floor. Past exhibits have included William Faulkner’s Books, Highlights from Archives & Special Collections, Mississippi and the Civil Rights Movement.

L.Q.C. Lamar House Museum

The Lamar House Museum was built in 1869-70 and was turned into a museum to interpret the life and career of the distinguished 19th-century statesman, L.Q. C. Lamar. The house contains professionally designed exhibits.

Art Galleries

GalleryLocationCityContact Information
Gallery 130130 Meek HallUniversity of Mississippi, Oxford, MSWebsite: www.olemiss.edu/depts/art/facilities_gallery130.html
Phone: (662) 915-7193
Oxford Treehouse Gallery328 County Road 418OxfordWebsite: www.oxfordtreehousegallery.com
Phone: (662) 236-1667
Lafayette County-Oxford Public Library401 Bramlett Blvd.Oxford, MSWebsite: www.first.lib.ms.us/page10.html
Phone: (662) 234-5751
Powerhouse Community Arts & Cultural Center413 S. 14th St. Oxford, MSWebsite: www.oxfordarts.com/powerhouse
Phone: (662) 236-6429
Southside Gallery150 Courthouse Square Oxford, MSWebsite: www.southsideartgallery.com
Phone: (662) 234-9090
Taylor Arts Gallery736 CR 303 Taylor, MSWebsite: www.bigtrucktheater.com/taylorarts.html
Phone: (662) 234-7958
University of Mississippi MuseumUniversity Ave and 5th St. University of Mississippi, Oxford, MSWebsite: museum.olemiss.edu
Phone: (662) 915-7073