Exhibit featuring art of Takeisha Jefferson opens Thursday at TROY’s Rosa Parks Museum

The exhibit, which will run through April 20, encourages viewers to reflect on historical memory and its implications for justice and equality.

The exhibit, which will run through April 20, encourages viewers to reflect on historical memory and its implications for justice and equality.

A new exhibit examining the theme of historical erasure, particularly its effects on African American communities in America, will open at the Rosa Parks Museum on Thursday.

The exhibit, “Erace,” features the art of Takeisha Jefferson, a Michigan native who was first introduced to photography when she received her first camera at age 9. As…

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Troy University design professor’s photography featured in solo art show in China

Chris Stagl's exhibit will be featured from now through March.

Chris Stagl's exhibit will be featured from now through March.

Last summer, Associate Design Professor Chris Stagl took his first teaching abroad trip to the Changzhou Institute of Technology in Changzhou, China. Six months later, 30 of the thousands of photos he captured during his visit are on display in China in a solo exhibit titled, “Facades: Changzhou.”

The relationship was established by Art and…

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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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New IAC exhibit opens Friday featuring photography of Selma native Jerry Siegel; artist’s reception set for Jan. 26

Barrettes is one of the photos that will appear in the exhibit

Barrettes is one of the photos that will appear in the exhibit "The Promise of Living/The Tender Land" by Jerry Siegel, opening Jan. 20 at the IAC.

A photography exhibit by Selma native Jerry Siegel, will open at Troy University’s International Arts Center on Friday, Jan. 20.

The exhibit, “The Promise of Living/The Tender Land,” combines portraiture of Southern artists and residents of Alabama’s Black Belt with Siegel’s street and landscape photography. An artist’s reception will be held from 5 to 7…

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