Join us on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, as we travel to Jackson, Mississippi to view "The Wolfe Family Legacy" exhibition at the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson Mississippi. The exhibition features 100 works by Dixie Art Colony artists Karl Ferdinand Wolfe, Mildred Nungester Wolfe, and their daughter Elizabeth "Bebe" Wolfe. Karl and Mildred met at the Dixie Art Colony and later married. Their daughter Bebe Wolfe will be our tour guide.
Karl and Mildred Wolfe were the patriarch and matriarch of one of Mississippi’s most influential artist-families. The Wolfe’s impact on the community was significant. They were teachers at Millsaps College and active participants in Allison’s Wells Art Colony, the Municipal Art Gallery, and the Mississippi Art Association. They were likewise well known for their Wolfe Studio, established in 1946. They worked in a wide range of media—painting, mosaic, printmaking, stained glass, and ceramics. The studio tradition, as well as creative excellence, is continued by their daughter, Elizabeth (Bebe) Wolfe, whose work is also included in the exhibition. | More about Karl Wolfe | More about Mildred Wolfe
Participants are invited to participate in the entire DAC Foundation itinerary or any portion. If you do not wish to participate in the full itinerary, please plan to meet us on Wednesday, September 20 at 10:00 am at the Mississippi Museum of Art located at 380 South Lamar Street in downtown Jackson, Mississippi. Our tour guild will be Elizabeth “Bebe” Wolfe the daughter of Karl and Mildred Wolfe. Admission is: $10 adults; $8 seniors; $6 students.
If you wish to participate in the full itinerary, please make your reservation by September 12. If you plan to join us for the museum tour only, please make your reservation by September 15. For more information contact Mark Harris at 334-513-1086.