Art + Issues Pockets Of Chattanooga At Hunter Museum Thursday

Friday, January 04, 2013
Art + Issues, the Hunter Museum's in-gallery community dialog series, will discuss Pockets of Chattanooga with Times Free Press Columnist David Cook on Thursday at 6 p.m. 

Mr. Cook, known for showcasing the stories of Chattanooga's often overlooked citizens, will use Francis Luis Moria's work, An Out of Town Trolley,  as inspiration for a discussion of some of the issues in the community that can be found in these pockets of Chattanooga.

Admission for this program is free for everyone.   

The Art + Issues program series uses works of art as the catalyst to spark discussions about community issues of concern. The discussions are led by community leaders. To learn more, visit huntermuseum.org or call 267-0968.


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