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New book celebrates TROY’s relationship with Nall

The book Nall at TROY focuses on the renowned artist's work as well as his time at Troy University.

The book Nall at TROY focuses on the renowned artist's work as well as his time at Troy University.

NewSouth Books is publishing a new book by Troy University exploring and celebrating the long and fruitful relationship between world-renowned artist Fred “Nall” Hollis and Troy University.

“Nall at TROY: An Internationally Regarded Alabama Artist Comes Home” highlights the Troy native’s decades of artwork, much of which is located in the Fred Nall Hollis Museum…

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TROY alum paints historic Lewis portrait

Karvarus Moore is a 2019 Troy University graduate currently enrolled at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago.

Karvarus Moore is a 2019 Troy University graduate currently enrolled at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago.

At the newly named John Roberts Lewis Hall, a portrait of the civil rights leader gazes upon Troy University students as they enter the academic building.

TROY graduate Karvarus Moore had the honor of painting the portrait that will be ingrained in Troy University’s history.

Moore is a Montgomery, Alabama native who graduated from Booker…

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Nall’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ exhibit to premiere at IAC Oct. 8

The exhibit will be located inside the Fred Nall Hollis Museum.

The exhibit will be located inside the Fred Nall Hollis Museum.

World-renowned artist Fred “Nall” Hollis is bringing what is considered his most valuable and important series of art to Troy University’s International Arts Center. 

“Alice in Wonderland,” an art series created by the Troy, Alabama-born artist from 1977 through 1979, will open to the public on Oct. 8 at the IAC.

The series, inspired…

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Exhibit featuring work of Masud Olufani to open June 25 at Rosa Parks Museum

“Down Yonder, I Heard Somebody Calling My Name,” featuring the work of artist Masud Olufani, will open at the Rosa Parks Museum on June 25.

“Down Yonder, I Heard Somebody Calling My Name,” featuring the work of artist Masud Olufani, will open at the Rosa Parks Museum on June 25.

A new exhibit by Atlanta-based, multidisciplinary artist Masud Olufani will open on June 25 at Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum.

The exhibit, “Down Yonder, I Heard Somebody Calling My Name,” will be on display in the museum’s gallery and is available for viewing during the museum’s operating hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,…

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