The Arts Hancock County Mississippi

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We promote, enhance and support the arts in Hancock County.  As a non-profit corporation that is inclusive of all artists: visual artists, performing artists, writers, artisans and art supporters, we support art education in the schools and for the general public and work to foster a deeper appreciation of all the diverse forms of art within the community.

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This is a rendering of our new home at 405 Blaize Ave, the historic home of legendary Mardi Gras Designer Carter Church.  Hancock County's new community art center.

May 21, 2022,  from 10:00am - 5:00pm, in The Depot Arts District on Blaize Avenue, Bay St. Louis

Click here to register for the Artists  & Artisan Showcase

Click here to register for MakerSpace

Click here to register for the Culinary Dessert Competition

The former studio of Carter Church Designs is being recognized with

the placement of a historical marker.  The Arts, Hancock County has

worked in conjunction with the Mississippi Department of Archives &

History to honor Carter Church and Yancy Pogue for their prominent

roles in the Mardi Gras production industry from Mobile to New

Orleans.  The historical marker dedication ceremony is scheduled for

March 26, 2022, at 4:00pm.  Carter Church Designs, located at 405

Blaize Avenue,  is now the home of  The Arts, Hancock County. 

More information will be forthcoming in early 2022.


Mailing Address:
PO Box 3498
Bay St Louis, MS 39520

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