TPCAC | P.O. Box 863 | Troy, AL 36081

News Articles
by Wiley White

Read up on the latest news in local art and artists. With articles written by Wiley White, a news editor and publisher for twenty years, you will stay interested and informed on the lastest tidbits in art news.

How To Find Us:

Link to Map and Directions

Troy-Pike Cultural Arts Center is a cultural complex located in Downtown Troy, Alabama. The Johnson Center for the Arts, "The Annex" and "The Studio" are located on the 300 block of East Walnut Street.

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Hours and Admission

Entrance to Johnson Center for the Arts

The Johnson Center for the Arts is open Wednesday through Friday from 10:00 until 5:00 and on Saturday from 10:00 until 3:00. Admission to the Johnson Center for the Arts is always free of charge for individuals and groups.


Membership

State your commitment to the Troy-Pike Cultural Arts Center by placing membership today! Membership in the TPCAC shows your dedication to the cultural enrichment of the community through education in and exposure to the arts.


ArtBridges

Follow the link to learn more about The Tony Scott "Art Bridges" Educational Program. Stay updated on all of the program's recent achievements and activities.



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Exhibitions and News

humorFACE MUGS!
Dr. Gilliam will be giving a history and discussion of Face Jugs in the main gallery of the Johnson Center for the Arts October 29 from 11am to 12 pm. You are invited to this fun display and discussion of Face Jugs. Collection of jugs will be on display through November 5.

The Visual Humor of Don Stewart!
August 1through October 26, 2014. Never have you seen so much detail and symbolism through the drawings from a ball-point pen. Stellar illustrative work by the once medical doctor—Don Stewart.


Masters Collection
November 1 - December 31

This exhibition will represent masters' works that range from the 17th to 21st centuries. It will include artists such as Salvador Dali, Henri Matisse, Michelangelo, Raphael, Andy Warhol, Marc Chagall, Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, and more.

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Acknowledgements

New throughout the Johnson Center are bronze and marble gallery plaques that have been generously donated by Tom and Franki Brantley of Dothan, Alabama.

In addition, a gallery named in honor of John and Eloise Kirk has been donated by Mack and Mary Gibson of Troy, Alabama