AVA Gallery Hop Is Sept. 6

Thursday, August 28, 2014

The Association For Visual Arts is organizing the annual, free Gallery Hop in partnership with local galleries. Gallery Hop encourages the public to visit, view and purchase from the local galleries and local artists who make Chattanooga an art city.  

The Gallery Hop will be held on Saturday, Sept. 6, from 2-8 p.m. 

Visit the Gallery Hop webpage to view and download and print the map of all of the locations for 2014.

These are the galleries participating: 

Apothecary
AVA
Area 61
Art at the INCubator
Artifact
Brent Sanders Studio
Chambliss' Art Connection
Charlie Newton Studio
Chattanooga Workspace
Fennel Blythe & Brent Weston Studio
Gallery 1401
Garuda Screenprinting
Northshore Gallery of Contemporary Art
H*ART Gallery
Ignis Glass Studio
In-Town Gallery
Island Avenue Studio
Miki Boni Studio
The Open Press
Plum Nelly
Reflections Gallery
River Gallery
Shane Darwent & Raymond Padron - Studios and Fine Art Frame Shop
UTC Cress Gallery
Winder Binder Gallery & Bookstore

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