Walk the rooms of one of the many art galleries in Starkville where you’ll find stunning works of art from national artists, students, professors, and local artists. The exhibits rotate seasonally so there is always something new to explore.
Department of Art Gallery
McComas Hall, Mississippi State University Campus, (662) 325-2954
The MSU Department of Art Gallery features rotating exhibits by faculty and student artists as well as exhibitions of regional and national scope.
Giles Hall Gallery
Giles Hall, Mississippi State University Campus, (662) 325-2970 or (662) 325-2202
Operated by the MSU College of Architecure, Art, and Design, the Giles Hall Gallery features works of art in a variety of media by faculty and students.
T.K. Martin Center, Mississippi State University Campus, (662) 325-1028
The Martha Lipsey Gallery showcases the efforts of Mississippians with the most severe disabilities to feel the power of self expression through art. Many works are available for sale, with proceeds going to support the EXPRESS Yourself program.
Colvard Student Union Gallery
Colvard Student Union, Mississippi State University Campus, (662) 325-2513
A gallery in the Colvard Student Union features shows by national artists as well as students and faculty members.
GSDP Art Gallery
Greater Starkville Development Partnership, 200 East Main Street, (662) 323-3322,
This art gallery in the GSDP building includes works by artists in Starkville and surrounding communities. The exhibits, which rotate often, are managed by the Starkville Area Arts Council through their Art in Public Places Program.
Cullis Wade Depot, 2nd floor, Mississippi State University Campus, (662) 325-5198,
The Depot Gallery features paintings, drawings, sculptures, and other works by students, faculty, and visiting artists. Managed by MSU’s Department of Art, the exhibits rotate each semester to provide a new experience with each visit.
Visual Arts Center
808 University Drive
Operated by the MSU College of Architecure, Art, and Design, the Visual Arts Center gallery features works of art in a variety of media by faculty and students.