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An American Christmas

It’s a chilly Christmas Eve in Washington D.C. circa 1864. The Civil War rages on, and there’s a deep unrest in what has become a very divided nation. It seems as if there’s almost nothing that can bring the country together. However, Christmas ...

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Local painter/illustrator LaDarrell Ransom is bringing a post-apocalyptic world from the fringe to Chattanooga, with a series of installations and immersive Wasteland experiences. Like many artists, Ransom started drawing comics in elementary ... more

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When you first meet Ryan Cooper Carl, you know you’re in for an interesting conversation. “I painted that mural,” he gestures. He is referring to the massive, trippy, pork-themed work that greets you on the main wall of Moe’s Original Barbecue on ... more

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An incredible worldwide resource for artists is located in downtown Chattanooga, on the ground floor of the Arts Building at the corner of King St. and 11th St. In just over a decade, the Townsend Atelier has built a reputation for being a ... more

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“For some to think that we have dominance over the planet,” abstract artist Anna Carll says as she describes the inspiration for her “Erosion Series”, “Mother Nature will push her way back in if civilizations aren’t maintained.” Anna interlaces ... more

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If you look around the corner from the Choo Choo on Market Street, you can find the Chattanooga Woodworking Academy. In just a decade, this institution has become one of the best craft schools in the region, and probably the country. more

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