JACKSON, Miss. - MPB’s long-running series “Mississippi Roads” resumes with a new episode on Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. Walt Grayson hits the road once again this fall to showcase Mississippi’s unique landmarks, attractions, art, history, culture, and of course, people.
The first new episode of 2015 explores art as transformation, as Walt and the “Roads” crew visit the Art Garden at the Mississippi Museum of Art and talk with Jackson watercolor artist Darryl Anderson. They’ll also revisit Berry Creek Bowls in Amite County before heading north to Mid South Ornamental Concrete, where artists and craftsmen turn ordinary concrete into decorative yard ornaments.
MPB TV will air three new episodes of “Mississippi Roads” in November, including:
More new “Roads” episodes will air in January 2016. Catch up on previous episoes of the show at www.mpbonline.org/mississippiroads.
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