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University, City to honor artist with ‘Nall Day’ on May 7

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Fred "Nall" Hollis will be honored May 7 by the City of Troy and Troy University with "Nall Day." (TROY photo/Mark Moseley)

Troy University and the City of Troy will celebrate a native son on May 7, and recognize him for his accomplishments in the world of art.

“Nall Day” recognizes world-renowned mixed-media artist and Pike County native Fred “Nall” Hollis and his artistic contributions. City officials will proclaim Nall Day at a luncheon in his honor…

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Statue dedicated to former College of Education Dean Dr. James Kimbrough

Retired Dean of the College of Education Dr. James Kimbrough (center) and his wife Carolyn center stand with a statue dedicated in his honor.

Retired Dean of the College of Education Dr. James Kimbrough (center) and his wife Carolyn center stand with a statue dedicated in his honor.

Dr. James Kimbrough, the retired Dean of the College of Education, was honored on Tuesday, Feb. 26, with the dedication of a statue at the Troy Campus.

“A Parent’s Love,” the statue by artist Huo Bhao Zhu, greets visitors to Hawkins Hall, home of the College of Education. It depicts a father holding his child…

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International Arts Center a great choice for summer fun

The International Arts Center is open this summer from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

The International Arts Center is open this summer from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

If you’re looking for a recreational destination this summer, look no further than Troy University’s International Arts Center and the Janice Hawkins Cultural Arts Park.

The International Arts Center is open from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and features several collections of beautiful art.

The Huo Bao Zhu Gallery, home to revolving…

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Troy University rings in Chinese New Year with celebration of international education efforts

Students from Troy University’s Confucius Classroom at LAMP perform the Chinese Lion Dance to begin the Chinese New Year Appreciation Banquet.

Students from Troy University’s Confucius Classroom at LAMP perform the Chinese Lion Dance to begin the Chinese New Year Appreciation Banquet.

Troy University celebrated the impact of its international education efforts on Thursday night, highlighting the work of its Confucius Institute during a Chinese New Year Appreciation Banquet at the Montgomery Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center.

In addition, the University presented two replica terracotta warriors to the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts in honor of Montgomery…

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