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Art students draw human physique

Taylor Walding Variety Editor In life drawing class, one of the required courses for a bachelor of fine arts degree, students learn to draw the human physique by sketching undressed models during class. According to Pam Allen, the chair of the art department, this is the most important class for art students, as they learn to Read More

Showcase marries dance and art

Olivia Nobles Staff Writer Troy’s Department of Theater and Dance and Department of Art and Design are busy preparing their art and dance showcase “Art in Motion,” which will open Thursday, Nov. 8. The production will marry the creations of dance students with those of art students. “Normally, the fall show is all student choreography,” said Read More

Nall art exhibit ‘Alabama Art: Inside Out’ sheds new light on Alabama

Andrea Hammack Staff Writer The International Arts Center will be hosting a reception and art talk for its new exhibit, “Alabama Art: Inside Out,” on Friday, Sept. 7, from 5 to 7 p.m. The exhibit was originally just an artistic endeavor for the Troy native and artist Fred Nall Hollis. Nall said he set out to Read More

Showcase to display student artistic talent in competition

Lauren Post Staff Writer Troy University’s Pendulum Art Society will be hosting its first performing artist showcase on Saturday, April 14, from 7-10 p.m. in the Trojan Center Ballrooms. “I expect Saturday to really become the landmark spring event of the organization,” said Jermaine Van Buren Jr., a sophomore theater major from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, and the Read More

Student artwork inspired by dreams, illuminated by light

Lizz Robb Copy Editor Malone Gallery is currently housing two student projects, designed to capitalize on the participating students’ strengths, while also pushing them past their comfort level. From now until Tuesday, Feb. 14, Malone Hall will be exhibiting student artwork from classes taught by Larry Percy, associate professor of art and design. Currently housed are Read More

Enterprise professor’s art inspired by life and loss

Draven Jackson Staff Writer “The Last Picture Show” exhibit will be held in Malone Hall’s gallery, from now until Sep. 23. “The Last Picture Show” is an exhibit created by Lynn Ledbetter, a photography instructor at Enterprise State Community College from Birmingham. In the exhibit, Ledbetter has featured art from various projects of hers, such as Read More

Art professor’s work selected for exposition

Mynecia Steele Staff Writer Larry Percy, associate professor of art, was recently selected to feature his work in the fourth annual Joshua Tree National Park Art Exposition. Percy’s Arch 1-Saggar Fired Earthenware piece, along with works from 48 other artists, was selected from 236 submissions for the monthlong display His piece is from a series entitled Read More