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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APR. 19–MAY 06:
Exhibition and competition of artwork by Troy City Schools in conjunction with the annual Charles Henderson High School Senior Art Exhibition.
(Upper Level Galleries)

APR. 19–MAY 06:
A Variety of Media and Art Explorations
"TROY University 2017 Student Showcase"
(Lower Level Chapman and Brantley Galleries)



The Art of Being Southern: Fourteen by Fourteen
Hosted by the Johnson Center for the Arts, Troy, Alabama

Open to artists in Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee. Exhibition Dates: October 11 through December 30, 2017

Total of more than $3500 in Awards

Artists are invited to digitally submit up to three works of art (2-D and/or 3-D), each fitting within a size no larger than 14” x 14” x 14” (size of 2-D work must include frame. Actual artwork may be smaller.) The broad theme is “The Art of Being Southern.” All accepted works must be for sale. A suggested price of $250 should be listed for each artwork, however the JCA does not want to discourage any artist from setting a slightly higher price (if necessary).  We hope to sell every piece in this Christmas season exhibit, thereby benefitting the artist, the purchaser, and the Johnson Center for the Arts. Commission on sales is 33%.  Purchased art may be removed from the exhibit by the purchaser beginning December 15, 2017 to allow time for gift-giving.

Additional details are coming very soon but mark your calendars now!

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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:

Through May 6, the Johnson Center for the Arts will be showcasing a variety of visual arts from Troy city schools as well as the Troy University Department of Art and Design. Come see the wide range of emerging, homegrown talent!

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