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Telling Tales Of Conservation

In this age of climate change, we are facing the intersection of human progress and wildness. Chattanooga’s own storyteller, playwright, and actor Jim Pfitzer is addressing this issue with a monumental one-man production ...

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In an issue chock full of profiles on artists, we would be remiss in not sharing the latest news relating to one of the oldest art forms in the world: the art of the voice. Choral Arts of Chattanooga, one of the premier vocal ... more »

Aug 17, 2016 1:09 PM Features

The scene is reminiscent of an intimate, 1930s Chicago nightclub with the audience tightly packed around the performer. Small tables decorated with petite flower arrangements play host to VIPs. Heavy black curtains ... more »

Aug 10, 2016 11:53 AM Features

Art is there to make people happy—especially yourself if you’re the one making it. That’s the first and foremost thing that the Reverend Thomas Foote believes about his work. He sees art as a form of self ... more »

Aug 3, 2016 11:28 AM Features

An overlooked sleeping giant lies undisturbed in the heart of Chattanooga, and it is waiting for something to wake it up. Even though it has been around long enough to witness Chattanooga grow since the ... more »

Jul 28, 2016 10:54 AM Features 1 Comments

Big things (and paintings) are happening this year in the art department at Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences. Eric Keller’s progressive approach to art education has elevated the CSAS art program to a collegiate level ... more »

Jul 20, 2016 1:02 PM Features

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