- Published: 22 October 2014
Be sure to check out this one night only pop up art show! It happens this Saturday, October 25th from 7 to 10 p.m. All of the artists are local, and they each take over a hotel room for the night to exhibit their work! Located at the Ole Miss Motel, just down the street from the Powerhouse. You can park at the Powerhouse and walk. See you there!
- Published: 22 October 2014
Join us for the Art Party 3 celebrating Mississippi artists on October 29th at the Oxford Treehouse Gallery. Come enjoy food, refreshments, local art and good company! Everyone is invited!
Click here for directions to the Oxford Treehouse Gallery.
- Published: 23 October 2014
Join us for the last Art Crawl of 2014!
Following the Art Crawl, join us for
A Night of Scary Movies!
OxFilm will present a night of scary movies for free at the Powerhouse Community Arts Center on Tuesday, October 28th immediately following the Art Crawl. Art Crawl, hosted by the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council runs from 6-8 p.m.
Donations are being accepted to add to the OxFilm equipment supply for local filmmakers. Popcorn and a cash bar will be available.
The Skin You’re In directed by Melanie Addington and filmed on location at the White House on Lamar in September.
PEAs directed by E. J. Carter. A woman goes to a meeting of Picky Eaters Anonymous looking for relationship advice.
Cupcake directed by E. J. Carter . Bob and Janet are in BIG trouble. Jimmy has already been taken and it seems they are next.
Revelations directed by Christopher Raines. A family is collapsing individually and eroding as a unit, and the reason why is the horror just outside their home.
A HORROR MOVIE directed by Glenn Payne. Friends hang out after the big football game only to find out that a haunted yearbook may be the death of them.
AS LONG AS YOU'RE HERE directed by Glenn Payne. A single mom tries to take care of her daughter with special needs that leave her very hungry.
Trick or Treat by Matthew Graves, a film by Kayleigh Graham and more bonus films!
To learn more about Oxfilm Society, visit www.oxfilmsociety.com or like us on Facebook.
- Published: 07 October 2014
Come see the Spirits of Yoknapatawpha County, a unique Oxford experience!
Buy your tickets here!
Cedar Oaks Guild will present its biennial production of "Spirits of Oxford" on October 30th and November 2nd at the Powerhouse.
This year's production will have a different slant in that the characters featured are taken from the fictional works of William Faulkner. Thus, the 2014 production will be known as "Spirits of Yoknapatawpha County."
Nine scenes will feature male and female characters from Faulkner's novels, short stories, and his one play. Local actors will bring each of these characters to life!
The opening night performance will be preceded and followed by an elegant reception hosted by Cedar Oaks Guild and the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council. Tickets are $25 for opening night and $15 for the Sunday matinee performance. Discounts are available for groups of 15 or more purchasing tickets at the same time.
The characters and material from the works of William Faulkner are used with the permission of the Faulkner Literary Estate, Lee Caplin, Executor.
Performance Dates and Times
Thursday, Oct. 30
7:00 - 8:00 - opening reception
Sunday, Nov. 2
2:00 - performance
Please note that this show contains mature themes and may not be appropriate for children ages 15 and under.
All proceeds from this event benefit the continued preservation of Cedar Oaks.
Want to win a pair of tickets to Sunday's show?
Share a photo of your Halloween costume here! The YAC office will pick a favorite on the 30th and that person will win two tickets!