Exhibit of artist Stephen Mangum’s work to open at TROY’s Rosa Parks Museum on May 4

Based on a photo by the late Bill Hudson, this painting captures the image of African American students in a peaceful protest against segregation.

Based on a photo by the late Bill Hudson, this painting captures the image of African American students in a peaceful protest against segregation.

A new exhibit exploring racial injustice through the lens of white privilege through the paintings of Mississippi native and current San Francisco artist Stephen Mangum will open on May 4 at Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum.

A reception and an artist meet-and-greet will be held at 6 p.m. on May 4 in the museum’s gallery….

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Active Makers art exhibit features work from TROY alums

The exhibit will be on display until April 16.

The exhibit will be on display until April 16.

The Active Makers exhibit currently on display at the International Arts Center features art of various mediums from different Troy University art graduates. 

The co-curators of the exhibit, Brandon Rice and Paul Wolfe, sought to shine a spotlight on art from TROY graduates to showcase that TROY has an art program that has fostered successful…

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Art students get unique perspective about what goes on behind the scenes prepping an art show

Troy University art students had the unique opportunity to learn about coordinating an art exhibit from two professionals in the industry.

Troy University art students had the unique opportunity to learn about coordinating an art exhibit from two professionals in the industry.

Troy University art students had the unique opportunity to learn about coordinating an art exhibit from two professionals in the industry. 

Students from the exhibition techniques class picked the brains of photographer, Jerry Siegel, and exhibition curator, Paul Barrett. IAC Director Carrie Jaxon explained that meeting the individuals responsible for the International Art Center’s next…

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‘Portraits of Alabama’ photography exhibit on display at Troy University’s International Arts Center

This photo by Charles Moore captures scenes of Civil Rights protestors in Birmingham being hit with high-pressure water hoses.

This photo by Charles Moore captures scenes of Civil Rights protestors in Birmingham being hit with high-pressure water hoses.

An exhibit of photographs of scenes and people of Alabama, on loan from The Do Good Fund collection in Columbus, Ga., is on display at Troy University’s International Arts Center through Nov. 18.

Lauren Henkin’s photograph “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness” is also a part of the exhibit.

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