JACKSON — The Jackson Assembly Antiques and Art Show and Sale will celebrate its 50th anniversary March 27-29 at the Charter Street Studios in Jackson.
The event raises funds for Jackson Assembly’s historic preservation projects.
Charter Street Studio artists Linda Broderick, Alice Kent, Donna Bateman Kilbourne, Roger Persons and Carolyn Ory Thornton will anchor the show.
In addition, guest artists will also have their work on display. Feliciana potter Craig Roth will have many hand-thrown, glazed and fired pieces for sale as will jewelry artist Catherine Rouchon, of Clinton, and Cleo Scott with wood carvings, duck decoys and bird carvings.
Sandra and Wayne Maltese will return with their handcrafted pine straw baskets and painted gourds.
Other artists on display will include Keith Morris, Della Storm and nationally recognized watercolorists Judi Betts and Roberta Loflin.
Displaying oils on canvas will be Stephany Causey, Ronnie Collins and Jenny Mills. Folk art will be presented by Judith Braggs, Peggy Carbo and Dotti Radcliff.
Antique dealers from across the South will also take part in the show. Doors open at 10 a.m. the first two day and will remain open until 5 p.m. On the last day of the event, the art show will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission to the art galleries and numerous Jackson-area historical properties is $10 and tickets are good for all three days.