Ooltewah Art Exhibit Coming To Chattanooga Workspace

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Ooltewah High School students will present their senior art exhibition hosted by Chattanooga Workspace on Friday, March 2, from 5:30-8:30 pm. 

"Kathy Lennon, director of Chattanooga Workspace, has partnered with these students to provide the perfect stage to display their work at Open Studio Nights.  The senior students’ work will display along with local professional artists currently in residence at the facility," officials said.

The exhibition, under the direction of Andrea McGuirt, International Baccalaureate art instructor at Ooltewah High, will feature investigative studies in various media.  The student works of art explore varied themes including diagnosed conditions, whimsical nature, a commentary on the self, the seven deadly sins, fragments of an untold story and issues facing the LGBT community. 

Featured Ooltewah senior artists include Sean Biro, Emma Fisher, Makayla Harmon, Alexandra Pendon, Jade Pickering and Jordan Rahn.

Admission to the exhibit is free and open to the Chattanooga community.




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