#JXNStands invites residents of and visitors to Mississippi’s capital city to assume the role of monument; to stand proudly for whatever value, belief, or idea they believe belongs in the public square.

 

The Center for Art & Public Exchange at the Mississippi Museum of Art and Ourglass Media partner with area photographers to produce a visual record of what individuals choose to stand for at this moment in the state’s and city’s history, giving voice and a platform to a diversity of Mississippi people and imagination. Presented in conversation with Birmingham Stands.

Participating photographers include:

Carolyne Cole

Mark Geil

Talamieka Brice

Melanie Thortis

Sky Miles

T.J. Legler

Imani Khayyam

Kalin Norman

Michael Ware

Daria Butorina

Davis Brandon

Dorothy Williams

Anika Ellis

Haley Thomas

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Be a living monument.

What do you stand for?

CENTER FOR ART & PUBLIC EXCHANGE

SUPPORTED BY

OUR FOUNDING PARTNERS:

W.K. KELLOGG FOUNDATION,

LUCE FOUNDATION,

SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER,

& BRADLEY

MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM OF ART

380 SOUTH LAMAR STREET

JACKSON, MS 39201

601.965.9907 

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cue the conversation.

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