TPCAC | P.O. Box 863 | Troy, AL 36081 | (334) 670-2287

Current and
Upcoming Exhibits

Michael Vaughn Sims: CONSTRUCTIONS

P. Hope Brannon: No Boundaries: Paintings

Select Past Exhibits

David Braly: Imaginal Histories
Barbara Davis: Light Source
Lisa Stokes: Cowboy ContemporaryVirginia Fergus: Journey Through Daydreams
Elana Hagler: The Ephemeral and The Concrete
The Ecclectic World of Doug Hawkins
Nancy Murphree Davis, Natural Focus
Lindy Bruggink: Faces and Spaces

Chris Beck: Ransomed Rust: A Philosophy in Steel
Mike Howard: A Journey Homeward
Jerry Siegel: Responding to Home: In the Heart of Alabama
Darius Hill: Afro, Exposed, Exploited: The Black Experience
Scott Meyer: Crucibles & Icons of High Heat
Celebrating Contemporary Art in Alabama: The Biennial 2015
Art of Collaboration:
A Joyous Exchange

(by Johnson/Orlofsky/Allen)
Craig Wedderspoon
Kelly Olszyk, 2014 TroyFest Winner
Ted and Robin Metz: Together Again For the First Time
Randy Gachet: Subterranea
Masters Collection
Christmas Tree Open House
The Visual Humor of Don Stewart
Looking Through the Lens
(by Holman Johnson)
Recurring Patterns
(by Push Crank Press)
Susan Berry
Mary Ann Casey -TroyFest 2013
"Best of Show" Winner
Greg Skaggs
Jerry R Johnson
WASH (by Jamey Grimes)
Celebrating African American Art: from Paul R. Jones Collection
Walter Black - TroyFest 2012
Best of Show Winner
Nicola Ginzel: Language, Symbol, Artifact
As MoseT Would See It
Artists of Pike County [3D]
Darkness into Life: Alabama Holcaust Survivors through Photography and Art
Tin Man: Charlie Lucas
Cautionary Tales of the End Times


Johnson Center for the Arts

The Johnson Center for the Arts
300 East Walnut Street

The Johnson Center for the Arts is housed in one of Troy, Alabama's, historic treasures, a classical-revival style post office, circa 1910, located just off the square in downtown Troy.

The government facility remained in service until 1980, but it sat empty until 2000. That same year, the Troy-Pike Cultural Arts Center Board of Directors was formed. Fearing the structure's impending demolition, the Board purchased the handsome structure in order to preserve it and create the only cultural arts center in Pike County.

Founded as a 501 3(c) corporation to advance the growth and knowledge of art and to provide county wide art education opportunities such as art exhibits that would benefit the citizens of Troy, Pike county and the surrounding counties, the Johnson Center for the Arts accommodates an audience of over 400 and is, also, home to seven galleries including the 1400 square foot, two-story main gallery.

Admission is free to the general public; however, the Troy-Pike Cultural Arts Center is dependent on contributions and sponsorships in order to maintain a state-of-the-art cultural arts facility and provide quality educational programming. 


Visit the Center

GROUP TOURS

The Johnson Center for the Arts will be glad to provide a tour for you and your family, social club, church group or civic club. Guided tours will be provided free of charge for groups with more than 10 members. Please reserve your tour time as early as possible to ensure we will have a docent available for your tour. Tours must be arranged at least one week in advance. Self-guided tours are welcome during any normal museum hours and do not have to be scheduled in advance; however, prior notice would be appreciated.
To schedule a tour, please email vicki@tpcac.org or call 334-670-2287 with the following information:

  1. Preferred date and time of your tour
  2. A contact person’s name, email and cell phone number
  3. The number of people in your group
  4. The approximate age range of your group members

SCHOOL TOURS

The Johnson Center for the Arts believes school tours are a vital part of the cultural enrichment of school children. School tours will be provided free of charge. Please schedule school group tours at least two weeks in advance. Many times we will have multiple docents and staff members to help guide children through the exhibits; therefore, we would greatly appreciate ample notice for the tour. Information on the exhibit may be requested before the tour if you would like to discuss the exhibit with your class prior to the tour.
To schedule a tour, please email vicki@tpcac.org or call 334-670-2287 with the following information:

  1. Preferred date and time of your tour
  2. A contact person’s name, email and cell phone number
  3. The number of children in your group
  4. The number of chaperones in your group
  5. The grade level of your students