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Sam Gore honored with lifetime achievement award

The Mississippi Institute for Arts and Letters will honor Mississippi artist Sam Gore with a lifetime achievement award on June 9. Gore, 85, has been sculpting and teaching art at Mississippi College for more than 60 years. “I’m like a turtle on a fence post. I didn’t get there by myself. I have been blessed to become acquainted with the ...

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Keeping Our Eye On Carrie Reeves

BY STEPHEN MCDILL Carrie Reeves has racked up more frequent flyer miles than James Bond. “When I was four, we moved to Costa Rica so my missionary parents could go to language school and then from there we moved to Colombia and then Ecuador,” Reeves says. While she never acquired a taste for the coffee, Reeves credits South America with ...

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Sixty Years of Sculpting

CLINTON- Samuel Gore sold his first piece of art, a third-grade Crayola drawing, to his mother. Half a century later, the renowned sculptor and Mississippi College art professor tells MBJ-TV about his latest work.

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