TPCAC | P.O. Box 863 | Troy, AL 36081 | (334) 670-2287
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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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MAR. 08–APR 15:
Exhibition by Lisa Stokes
"Cowboy Contemporary"
| Western artist (digital prints)
(Upper Level Galleries)

MAR. 08–APR 15:
Exhibit by Virginia Fergus
"Journey through Daydreams" | (watercolors)
Best of Show TroyFest 2016
(Lower Level Chapman and Brantley Galleries)

MAR. 16: 6:30PM–8:30PM
Reception and Concert
Reception for exhibition artists Lisa Stokes
and Virginia Fergus
(Celtic Ensemble from Troy University, featuring Hun Har Heste, will be playing traditional selections to celebrate St. Patrick's Day!)

MAR. 17: 7PM
Perry Brown album release "Become My Blood".
Opening for Perry will be Early James. Guests will be able to purchase appetizers and drinks prepared by Sips on the Square.
(Entry fee is $10)

Local Music Artist— PERRY BROWN—to perform album release "Become My Blood".

Perry Brown is a musician/graphic designer from Troy, Alabama. He is the lead singer/songwriter and guitarist for the alt-country band—Fire Mountain. Fire Mountain has released 3 albums since its inception in 2009, with its most current release being the critically-acclaimed "All Dies Down" on the label, This is American Music (Hurray For The Riff Raff, Have Gun Will Travel, Great Peacock).

Perry recently wrote a 7-song album of solo material titled, "Become My Blood". This was recorded with his buddy, Lester Nuby III (Verbena, Vulture Whale) at his studio, Ol' Elegante, in Birmingham, Alabama.

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Troy Bank & Trust Make Large GIFT!

Troy Pike Cultural Arts Center Board Chairman Bill Hopper and Johnson Center for the Arts Executive Director Vicki Pritchett accept a $20,000 donation from Troy Bank and Trust.

The Johnson Center for the Arts has also applied for and received a $20,000 grant from the Chapman Foundation which will be used to initiate after school theater and drama classes in Center facilities.

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Exhibitions and News

"Arts in Alabama" 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.

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CURRENT EXHIBITS:

Continuing through April 15, two artists will be exhibiting in the various galleries of the Johnson Center. Featured in the Upper Galleries is digital artwork by Western artist—Lisa Stokes. Learn more of Lisa's work by clicking on the image below:

Also, featured in the Lower Level Galleries, Virginia Fergus—Best of Show winner at TroyFest 2016—will be exhibiting her watercolors. See more by clicking below:

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