From The Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — The Trussville Photography Club is being featured in an exhibit at the Comer Museum & Arts Center in Sylacauga.
The featured exhibit runs through July 30. The exhibit includes 28 photographs of people, landscapes, seascapes, animals and more.
There will be an artist reception on Thursday, July 16, at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free and donations are welcome.
The Trussville Photography Club is a local club that was organized as a way to bring all interested photographers together to learn, share, encourage, practice, and enhance their photography skills through organized meetings and field trips.
The Comer Museum was opened in 1982 and is named for its founder, Mrs. Isabel Anderson Comer, who conceived the idea in 1977. The mission of the museum and arts center is to promote the social, cultural, and historical arts in the community; to provide access to the arts and humanities by providing artistic expositions, displays, lectures, and cultural events through the involvement of civic, community, educational, and social organizations. These activities shall encourage the preservation of artifacts important to the region, provide a forum for artistic expression in our service area and promote and provide educational experiences for schools, churches, clubs, and individuals. It is located at 711 N Broadway Ave., Sylacauga, Ala.