Live Survives In An Age Of Programmed

For many years now, the performing arts community has been doing a lot of hand-wringing. What will “save” live theatre, opera, classical music and dance in an iEra? Are they doomed to dwindle ...

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Far From The Maddening Art Lecture

Belly up to the…art gallery? Thursday, Nov. 19 at 6 p.m., the Hunter Museum offers an event titled “Cocktails in Color” that curator Adera Causey promises to be a thought-provoking and entertaining ... more »

Nov 18, 2015 12:12 PM Features

Stop Trying To Be Meaningful

The art and personality of Chattanooga-born artist Wayne White embrace the South while being piercingly critical, in an ongoing conflict that often guides his work, magnified by a unflinching sense of humor. more »

Nov 11, 2015 1:42 PM Features

In-Town Sheds Its Skin Again

This week marks the beginning of an exciting season for one of Chattanooga’s most prestigious galleries. On Friday, Nov. 6, the In-Town Gallery presents its biannual “Renewal” show to kick off the holidays. more »

Nov 4, 2015 2:49 PM Features

Burnt Cork And Burnt Friendship

Humans have acted violently toward members of other tribes since time immemorial. “A Free State,” the passionate new novel by Tom Piazza about a fugitive slave, orchestrates themes of violence, entrapment ... more »

Oct 28, 2015 4:05 PM Features

The Bard Busts A Rhyme

If Shakespeare were alive and writing today, he’d be a rapper. Both Q Brothers, JQ and GQ, are convinced that the Bard, lyric poet but savvy man of his times, would use his gifts for melodic verse in a form that suits with the 21st century. more »

Oct 21, 2015 12:38 PM Features

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