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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Students learn ‘the art of photographic storytelling’ during M. Stanton Evans Symposium

A pair of former presidential photographers provided the focus of this year's M. Stanton Evans Symposium on Money, Politics and the Media.

A pair of former presidential photographers provided the focus of this year's M. Stanton Evans Symposium on Money, Politics and the Media.

Former White House photographers Paul Morse and Ralph Alswang spoke to journalism faculty and students, along with Art and Design students and staff, at the M. Stanton Evans Journalism Symposium on Thursday.

After the morning presentation and Q&A session, afternoon workshops were available to students. Both photographers recounted their experiences and stories from working at…

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School of Music hosting first ever Music Education Major for a Day for high school students on March 24

High school students interested in music or music education will have the opportunity to see what life is like as a college music major.

High school students interested in music or music education will have the opportunity to see what life is like as a college music major.

Troy University’s John M. Long School of Music invites high school students interested in pursuing a career in music or music education to attend Music Education Major for a Day on March 24. 

This event allows attendees to experience what it’s like to be a college music major while still in high school and is open to vocalists and instrumentalists interested…

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White House photographers to headline M. Stanton Evans Journalism Symposium

This year's event is part of a two-week Career Development series.

This year's event is part of a two-week Career Development series.

White House photographers Ralph Alswang and Paul Morse are set to headline this year’s annual, but expanded, M. Stanton Evans Journalism Symposium on March 23.

Partnering with the Department of Art and Design, the M. Stanton Evans Journalism Symposium is just one of many events planned as a career development series that culminates in an…

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