TROY arts programs receive over $15K in grants

Programs in the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the International Arts Center received the grants.

Programs in the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the International Arts Center received the grants.

The Alabama State Council on the Arts awarded Troy University $15,800 in support for four arts programs in the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the International Arts Center.

Carrie Jaxon, IAC Director and Curator, was awarded $3,300 in support of the IAC’s Trojan Junior Warriors Children’s Art Program. The program, which began in 2017, has become a…

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‘Liminal’ exhibit featuring paintings by Sara Dismukes opens at International Arts Center

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The exhibit "Liminal," which features recent paintings by TROY Art & Design Associate Professor Sara Dismukes, will be on display through Aug. 22.

Artwork by Sara Dismukes, Associate Professor of Art and Design, is featured in a new exhibit at Troy University’s International Arts Center.

The exhibit, “Liminal,” is currently on display and will run through Aug. 22. A closing reception will be held at 5 p.m. on Aug. 22, and an artist talk with Dismukes and TROY…

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Will Jacks’ work featured in ‘Southland’ exhibit at Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans

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The "Southland" exhibit is a survey of landscapes depicting the American South. Jacks was asked to contribute work for this collection.

Troy University Assistant Professor of Photography, Art, and Design Will Jacks is featured in the current exhibition, “Southland,” at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans.

Curated from the museum’s permanent collection by Richard McCabe, the museum’s Curator of Photography, “Southland” is a survey of landscapes depicting the American South. This exhibition delves…

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TROY journalism students get field experience in simulated crime scene

The exercise was held to give student reporters a taste at what real-life reporting will look like.

The exercise was held to give student reporters a taste at what real-life reporting will look like.

Troy University journalism students had a chance to experience reporting at a crime scene in a simulation held Friday morning on the Troy Campus thanks to a partnership between the Hall School of Journalism and Communication and the Troy University Police Department.

Paige Ray, TV Production Coordinator for TrojanVision News, worked with TUPD officials to…

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