Chair-ries Jubilee 2014, themed “Do-over Dynasty” and held in April, profited a little over $28,000, according to committee co-chairman Nancy Casson. “Our goal each year is to raise money to support arts in education and arts activities in our community,” Ms. Casson explained. “Most of this year’s money has now been committed for the 2014-15 school year.” At present, $20,000 was appropriated to the Arts in Education Committee ... (click for more)
Christian Rose experienced what could best be described as a terrifying freak accident just over a year ago that could have ended her young life. In her remembrance of the event and appreciation of life, on the year anniversary of her accident, Christian wanted to go and spend some time with ... (click for more)
Students at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville from Chattanooga and elsewhere have been saving their breath by using the new pedestrian bridge across Phillip Fulmer Way to get to the top of the Hill. Alumni and Volunteer supporters who come for a football game this fall, meanwhile, ... (click for more)
August 22, 2014
During an AVA Gallery Hop planning meeting, it was suggested that all galleries in Chattanooga collaborate and do what so many other cities do nationwide – hold a First Friday art event. The ... (click for more)
The Museum Center at 5ive Points is opening their newest exhibition, Learning the Curve: The Artistry of Matt Moulthrop next Thursday at 6 p.m. for a members-only opening reception. Matt Moulthrop ... (click for more)
The Hunter Museum of American Art will host Spectrum, the black-tie fundraising gala featuring dinner, silent and live auctions, on Saturday, Nov. 8. The gala, presented by the First Tennessee ... (click for more)
Should Tennessee grocery stores be allowed to sell wine?