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Even the most artistic souls need fresh inspiration from time to time. Five local artists share their go-to sources to kick-start creative thinking.
Mobilian Andrew LaMar Hopkins brings Gulf Coast Creole culture to the wide world with his colorful paintings rich with historical detail.
Mobile artist Marian Acker Macpherson, known for her fanciful maps and ornate etchings of historic structures, was a fixture of her city’s social and creative circles for over half a century.
An airtight coffin is the ominous symbol of a city paralyzed by a fearsome disease.
A fragment of pottery breaks open the pivotal role the Mobile area played in ancient cultures.
This month’s artifact from the History Museum of Mobile — the typewriter of civil rights activist John LeFlore — is the symbol of a quiet revolution.
This month’s artifact from the History Museum of Mobile — a blockade runner’s speaking trumpet — played a fascinating role in the Civil War.
Dig into Mobile’s connection to “The Queen’s Gambit” through the story of legendary player Paul Morphy.
As part of our series highlighting the History Museum of Mobile’s exhibit “A History of Mobile in 22 Objects,” take a closer look this month at the story of Mardi Gras, told through Chief Slac’s Joe Cain Day costume from the 1970s.
As part of the History Museum’s exhibit “A History of Mobile in 22 Objects,” one object, a coffee urn from the Creole Fire Company, enlivens the social aspects of a community with a long and layered history.