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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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Rosa Parks Museum to commemorate Juneteenth with free admission, virtual presentations

Troy University's Rosa Parks Museum will commemorate Juneteenth on Friday with a combination of free admission and virtual social media presentations.

Troy University's Rosa Parks Museum will commemorate Juneteenth on Friday with a combination of free admission and virtual social media presentations.

Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum will offer free admission on Friday, June 19, and use its social media platforms to celebrate Juneteenth.

The oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States, Juneteenth is celebrated on June 19, in recognition of the date in 1865, when Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger and…

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Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum reopens to visitors

TROY's Rosa Parks Museum reopened to visitors on June 1 after being shut down since March 18 due to statewide health orders related to COVID-19.

TROY's Rosa Parks Museum reopened to visitors on June 1 after being shut down since March 18 due to statewide health orders related to COVID-19.

Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum, located on the University’s Montgomery Campus, is reopening to visitors today, June 1.

The museum closed its doors on March 18 in response to statewide health orders that closed entertainment venues and tourist attractions in an effort to curb the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Until further notice, the Museum…

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Exhibit celebrates work of African American artists, provides new experiences for Valiant Cross students

Dr. Felicia Bell, director of the Rosa Parks Museum, addresses crowd at the opening reception for the Junior Curator exhibit.

Dr. Felicia Bell, director of the Rosa Parks Museum, addresses crowd at the opening reception for the Junior Curator exhibit.

A project representing a collaborative effort between students at Montgomery’s Valiant Cross Academy and Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum has resulted in an exhibit featuring the work of African American artists from Alabama.

On display now through April 1 in the museum’s exhibit hall, “Down South: From the Souls of African American Artists of Alabama”…

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