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The Multi-Faceted Art Of Edward Verner

All artists are like gems, but there are few who have as many facets as Edward Verner. If variety is the spice of life, then this multi-disciplinarian creator is like an entire spice rack. Though the material content and composition of his work ...

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“Unsung genius.” That phrase comes up a lot in reviews of Detroit saxophonist Skeeter Shelton, who plays a one-night gig at Barking Legs Jan. 24 alongside Spectrum 2 and bassist Joel Peterson. “Skeeter is probably the heaviest saxophonist in ... more

Jan 10, 2018 11:27 AM Features

Though Wayne White’s show at the Hunter Museum is over, and Wayne-O-Rama is gone, the effects of his tenure are still lingering. Perhaps the most profound result of Wayne’s time in Chattanooga is the inspiration he has given to the local arts ... more

Jan 3, 2018 11:52 AM Features 1 Comments

A new art institution called Stove Works is being developed for Chattanooga starting in 2018. The local arts community is extremely fortunate to have this massive project taking place—in addition to boosting the local art economy and providing ... more

Dec 27, 2017 11:32 AM Features 1 Comments

Unsure of what is more enticing, the vibrant colors and eclectic artwork showcased in the majestic Main Street brick building or the cause behind the not for profit workspace itself—no matter the reason, the HART Gallery will provide a heart ... more

Dec 20, 2017 11:52 AM Features

Brandon Carruth, owner and lead designer of Chatt Christmas, experienced a moment of bewilderment when he got the call. He’d applied for a dream job—to help decorate the White House for the holidays—and forgotten all about it. more

Dec 13, 2017 12:59 PM Features

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