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.
|Gallery 130||130 Meek Hall||University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS||Website: www.olemiss.edu/depts/art/facilities_gallery130.html
Phone: (662) 915-7193
|Oxford Treehouse Gallery||328 County Road 418||Oxford||Website: www.oxfordtreehousegallery.com
Phone: (662) 236-1667
|Lafayette County-Oxford Public Library||401 Bramlett Blvd.||Oxford, MS||Website: www.first.lib.ms.us/page10.html
Phone: (662) 234-5751
|Powerhouse Community Arts & Cultural Center||413 S. 14th St.||Oxford, MS||Website: www.oxfordarts.com/powerhouse
Phone: (662) 236-6429
|Southside Gallery||150 Courthouse Square||Oxford, MS||Website: www.southsideartgallery.com
Phone: (662) 234-9090
|Taylor Arts Gallery||736 CR 303||Taylor, MS||Website: www.bigtrucktheater.com/taylorarts.html
Phone: (662) 234-7958
|University of Mississippi Museum||University Ave and 5th St.||University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS||Website: museum.olemiss.edu
Phone: (662) 915-7073