The Chattery Seeking Artists To Participate In 2nd Annual Great Adult Egg Hunt

Thursday, March 14, 2019

The Chattery announces the second annual Great Adult Egg Hunt and Hoppy Hour, taking place on Saturday, April 20 from 2-6 p.m. at the Sculpture Fields at Montague Park. 

The Great Adult Egg Hunt will start at 2 p.m. at Sculpture Fields at Montague Park. This event combines the arts, community collaboration and, of course, education. Through a creative partnership, local artists will create one-of-a-kind works of art on an evergreen wooden egg, and adult participants will search for the eggs at Sculpture Fields. 

The schedule is as follows:
2-4 p.m.: Adult Egg Hunt at Sculpture Fields
4-6 p.m.: Hoppy Hour at various local restaurants

The Chattery is actively seeking artists to participate in the egg hunt and creating a wooden work of art.  Blank eggs can be picked up at The Chattery’s studio at Chattanooga WorkSpace, 302 W. 6th St., after coordinating a pick up time with The Chattery.

Notify The Chattery of your interest by emailing info@thechattery.org. 

All finished eggs must be returned to The Chattery by April 13. In exchange for participation, The Chattery will promote all artists and their tiny creations through social media, on flyers and on the day of the event. 

The Egg Hunt will conclude the event with a restaurant “hop” along Main Street to continue to build community and support local businesses.  The ultimate goal of the event is to create relationships among artists and adults and promote the Sculpture Fields as a free, interactive public space, while bringing the community together at a culminating event, officials said. 

Tickets are currently available for The Great Adult Egg Hunt and Hoppy Hour, and cost $7 in advance and $10 at the event.


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