Temporary Exhibits: 2012
Junior Duck Stamp Exhibit
Becky Rosamond of the US Fish and Wildlife Service will display Mississippi's Junior Duck Stamp Winners. Visitors will be impressed by these young artists. This exhibit arrives at the Education Center May 25th and will remain on dispay throughout June and July. This is a great opportunity for local teachers to learn more about this program.
For more information visit their website at http://www.fws.gov/juniorduck/
Native American Artifacts
The Visitor Education Center will feature many special exhibits throughout 2012, including local treasures. Visitors will see Chickasaw and Choctaw artifacts donated for temporary display by local Native American expert, Conner Vick. Artifacts include arrowheads, knives, grinding stones, hoes, and much more. This exhibit will begin in April and continue through June.
Outdoor Imagination Art Exhibit
Maybe the woods were made for the hunters of dreams, but Outdoor Imagination was made for hunters of some amazing art. Students from the Imagination Station in Water Valley present the 2012 Outdoor Imagination Art Show, capturing the outdoors in their own unique way. From beautiful butterfies and sneaking snakes to multi-colored fish and blazing campfire scenes, this is a show visitors do not want to miss. Work will be display beginning in April and continuing through May.
For more information visit their website at http://www.imagination-stationwv.com/