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5 days ago 4:46:00 pm    0 comments    News
Excerpt from the Daily Journal Our Artworks is expanding its base. The non-profit organization that offers arts programs for the disabled is working to convert an unused, overgrown lot on Chestnut Street into what will be the Mill Village Outpost. “The Mill Village neighbors have been very welcoming and helpful,” said artist William Heard, founder of Our...
2018-04-03 12:36 pm    0 comments    News
OurArtworks would like to congratulate the winners of the 2018 Annual Northeast MS Art Association Community Art Show. Thank you to those who entered the annual North East MS art association community art show held at the lee county library in the Helen Foster Room!! Oils/water color/acrylic/collage 1, (not present)Thomas dunaway with “Old Timer Automobile” 2, Angela Foster...
2017-08-09 5:43 pm    0 comments    News
William Heard was recently interviewed on SuperTalk Mississippi Radio. Good Things with Rebecca Turner talked with our very own William Heard about his car accident and what led him to become the artist he is today. We would like to thank Rebecca Turner and SuperTalk Mississippi Radio for the opportunity to spread the word about William Heard's Art and the OurArtworks Project. You can...
2017-07-20 4:10 pm    0 comments    News
Tupelo artist William Heard demonstrates the double drip paint method to a group of Tupelo boys enrolled in the Junior Auxiliary WAVE program on Wednesday night at the Tupelo Police Athletic League. They went on to create their own canvas that they dripped onto a larger one which will be saved by the Junior Auxiliary. Excerpt from The Daily Journal: TUPELO – The Junior Auxiliary...
2017-04-01 12:06 am    0 comments    News
William Heard has been featured in an article on Vice.com. The article entitled "A Quadriplegic Painter Created An Artist Paradise For Artists With Disabilities | #50StatesofArt", can be read in full @ https://creators.vice.com/en_us/article/mississippi-arts-center-for-artists-with-disabilities-50statesofart