Still Crazy and Pagan After All These Years

The uproar from the audience was so loud the dancers couldn’t hear the music. A few dozen people were ejected, police may or may not have been called, and enough order was restored for the performance to finish.

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Free the Art, Man!

On April 19, at noon a production party will take place at Artifact, 1080B Duncan Avenue. Create art to share with the community and participate in workshops featuring techniques like stencil-making and hot branding. more »

Apr 17, 2014 by in News & Notes

The List: Arts and Entertainment picks April 17-19

String Theory: Johannes String Quartet, Downtown Jazz at the Waterhouse Pavilion, and Waking up with the Birds!! Check it out. more »

Apr 17, 2014 in Pulse Picks

A New Face on McCallie

Phase One of the project will feature local artists Hollie Berry, Miki Boni, Anna Carll, Jarred Green and Ali Kay to paint creative murals along the McCallie Avenue Corridor. more »

Apr 10, 2014 by in News & Notes

Art, Automatic and Manual

Look out, America…Art Cars are crossing the nation, heading for Chattanooga and the 3rd annual Scenic City Art Car Weekend. more »

Apr 3, 2014 by , in News & Notes

The Art of Building Community

Visiting the exhibit as a visual art lover, but not an expert, I was struck by the quality of the work on view. To my eye, any of the pieces would be right at home in galleries in New York and Los Angeles. more »

Mar 27, 2014 by in Arts

Possibilities from Impending Failure

She’s become known for layered 2-D abstractions on large canvases, mostly in a dark color palette, with layers of overlapping and obscured shapes and words, but she wanted to push herself far outside her artistic comfort zone. more »

Mar 20, 2014 by in Arts

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