fbpx

Art exhibit opening to kick off Troy University’s NEA Big Read events on March 5

Troy University selected the book

Troy University selected the book "Citizen: An American Lyric" by Claudia Rankine as the focus of its NEA Big Read events.

Troy University will kick off its National Endowment for the Arts Big Read activities with the opening of the art exhibit, “Dismiss the Divide – Citizen: An American Lyric,” at the University’s Rosa Parks Museum at 6 p.m. on March 5.

The exhibit, a collaboration between students from Montgomery’s Jefferson Davis High School and students…

Read More

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedIn

ARTrageous to perform Sunday at TROY

The all-arts show takes place Sunday at 3 p.m. in Claudia Crosby Theater.

The all-arts show takes place Sunday at 3 p.m. in Claudia Crosby Theater.

The traveling art troupe ARTrageous will perform Sunday, Jan. 12 at Troy University’s Claudia Crosby Theater from 3 to 5 p.m.

According to its website, ARTrageous is a traveling troupe of 11 artists, singers, dancers and musicians from New Mexico who produce a high-energy performance that is a combination of fine art, live music, singing,…

Read More

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedIn

Love of art supports passion for law enforcement in Alabama

SBI Special Agent Craig Shook, a 1981 graduate, is the state's forensic composite artist. (TROY photo/Joey Meredith)

SBI Special Agent Craig Shook, a 1981 graduate, is the state's forensic composite artist. (TROY photo/Joey Meredith)

Craig Shook has always loved art. Today, he’s blended his art with a passion for law enforcement as Alabama’s primary certified forensic composite artist at the State Bureau of Investigation.

“I loved Woody Ishmael. His art was all over the place – in the White House, even,” he said. “So, I studied art – and…

Read More

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedIn

Recent TROY grads paint mural on International Arts Center

Alumni Sara Ivey and Karvarus Moore have given back to their university by painting a mural on the outside wall of the International Arts Center.

Alumni Sara Ivey and Karvarus Moore have given back to their university by painting a mural on the outside wall of the International Arts Center.

Troy University’s International Arts Center is a hub for creativity, expression and learning, and two recent graduates are expressing that spirit through a new mural.

Sara Ivey and Karvarus Moore, who both graduated in May with degrees in fine arts, have spent the last few weeks painting a mural of the terracotta warriors, which are…

Read More

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedIn

More From

Exhibit of Mike Howard’s paintings coming to Troy University’s International Arts Center

Exhibit of Mike Howard’s paintings coming to Troy University’s International Arts Center

Read More
Students ‘amazed’ after working alongside Nall

Students ‘amazed’ after working alongside Nall

Read More
Trojan Art Day exposes variety of styles to middle, high school students

Trojan Art Day exposes variety of styles to middle, high school students

Read More
TROY dance presents ‘Art in Motion’ fall showcase

TROY dance presents ‘Art in Motion’ fall showcase

Read More