Mississippi Folklife announces the new Fall 2021 Issue: Performances and the Pandemic.

Entries by Amanda Malloy

Amanda Malloy

Amanda Malloy is the Visual Arts Editor at Mississippi Folklife. She graduated with a B.A. in Liberal Studies from the University of Mississippi. She also received her M.A. from the University of Mississippi in Southern Studies, focusing on southern photography. Amanda has presented at various conferences and institutions, including the Southern
Studies Conference at Auburn at Montgomery as well as the Center for the Study of Southern Culture. She has also received the Special Achievement Award from the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters for her collaboration and performance in The Passions of Walter Anderson: A Dramatic Celebration of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Artist.

Recalling Shearwater Pottery: An Interview with Marjorie Ashley

Recalling Shearwater Pottery: An Interview with Marjorie Ashley

The Land of Rowan Oak

The Land of Rowan Oak

Craft in a Contemporary Mississippi

Craft in a Contemporary Mississippi

Formed at the Kiln: A Gulf Coast Ceramics Apprenticeship

Formed at the Kiln: A Gulf Coast Ceramics Apprenticeship

Art is Everything! A Portrait of Elayne Goodman

Art is Everything! A Portrait of Elayne Goodman