Chattanooga High School Center For Creative Arts Presents Dinner And The Arts

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts will hold its Tenth Annual “Dinner and the Arts” Gala on Friday, Jan. 25. This artful event will feature a silent and live auction, a gourmet meal by Beast & Barrel restaurant and a live dinner performance. Auction items include Dollywood tickets, local restaurant gift cards, original artwork and much more.

CCA students major in eight areas of the arts including: acting, communications, dance,
instrumental music, musical theatre, technical theatre, visual art and vocal music. Students
from each art department will showcase their work during this evening event.

Principal Debbie Smith says, “Dinner and the Arts creates an evening where our students share their skills as artists with members of the community. Our performance will highlight the evening as our students take you on a journey through our arts program. This event features community partners, friends, families, staff, and students joining in the celebration of art. The entire night will leave you mesmerized by the talent found at CCA.”

The silent auction will be held from 5-7 p.m., with the dinner, show, and live auction from 7-9 p.m. at Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts, 1301 Dallas Road in Chattanooga.

Admission tickets are $35 per person. Tables and corporate sponsorship are also available. Tickets can be purchased online at www.centerforcreativearts.net or by calling CCA at 423-498-7365. 

Proceeds from this annual event are used to support CCA students and faculty in their academic and artistic programs. CCA is a public school; all donations are tax deductible.


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