Get This Series On Your Wavelength

The art of radio drama isn’t lost—not yet, anyway. The engaging experience of visualizing a whole story and all the characters using only your mind and your ears can in fact be found right here in Chattanooga ...

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The Images Pop Into His Head

There is something truly delightful about the paintings of Michael Jenkins. His use of color is exciting, the forms tight and well rendered, and his subjects simultaneously whimsical and serious. more »

Sep 11, 2014 Features

Got to Get Back to the Garden…or Do We?

Some archetypes are powerful beyond our conscious mind’s ability to articulate the reason why. Such a one is Lilith, portrayed in medieval Jewish folklore and writings as Adam’s first wife ... more »

Sep 4, 2014 Features (1 Comments)

’Night, Mother

The failing heartbeat of a dying mother resonates as the saddest sound in human experience. The Faulkes Chronicle tells the story of an American family whose mother is dying, whose beloved life leaches away like the color fading... more »

Aug 28, 2014 Features

Even More Reasons to Save The Date

There’s so much going on in the local arts community that even our big State of the Arts issue last week couldn’t get it all in, so here’s another helping of events and info arts-lovers’ inquiring minds will want to know… more »

Aug 21, 2014 Features

Floor-to-Ceiling Expression

During the rest of August, Chattanoogans and visitors will probably have no better opportunity to explore the state of the arts here than to spend some time at AVA Gallery. more »

Aug 14, 2014 Features

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