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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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TROY dance presents ‘Art in Motion’ fall showcase

"Art in Motion" is a collaborative effort between dancers and artists, taking place this week.

Troy University’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents its fall dance showcase “Art in Motion” Nov. 8-10 at the Trojan Center Theater.

The production features 70 dancers and 26 technicians and artists.

“’Art in Motion’ is a collaborative effort which stems from the inspiration of both artists and dancers as they work alongside one another…

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Renowned artist Bacon to discuss exhibit at TROY

Dr. Art Bacon will discuss his new exhibit at the International Arts Center on Feb. 27.

Dr. Art Bacon will discuss his new exhibit at the International Arts Center on Feb. 27.

Renowned painter, scientist, educator and civil rights activist Dr. Art Bacon will discuss his new exhibit at Troy University’s International Arts Center on Feb. 27.

Bacon’s Gallery Talk takes place from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. in the center, which will display his work through April 23.

Bacon will discuss his art and inspiration, followed…

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‘Artifacts’ by sculptor Bruce Larsen premieres at IAC

Larsen, a renowned sculptor, premiered the exhibit at a reception Monday, Nov. 13.

Larsen, a renowned sculptor, premiered the exhibit at a reception Monday, Nov. 13.

Bruce Larsen’s sculptures have sat in the homes of people like Robert Plant and former President Bill Clinton, and now his work can be seen at Troy University.

The renowned Alabama sculptor premiered “Artifacts” at the University’s International Arts Center on Monday, beginning a three-month exhibition of the work, which includes various sculptures made from…

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