The Art Gallery, described as the “Tiniest Art Gallery in Mississippi” is actually a renovated newspaper stand, residing in the Hattiesburg Pocket Museum’s downtown alleyway. The tiniest art gallery in Mississippi boasts small gallery patrons and easels that give full attention to each and every piece of art that is placed in the gallery by the public.
The rules of the gallery are simple: Add a piece or take a piece and scan the QR code to let the museum know what you are leaving or a photo of what you are taking home so the artist can see where it goes! Art can be abstract pieces, charcoal, water color, textile art, wire art, collages, clay or anything you can dream of! Milo, the gallery owner, asks that you “keep it small” (less than 4×6) so that the gallery patrons can enjoy them!