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Reimagining Peter Pan

This weekend, Covenant College’s theatre department is putting on a reimagined rendition of the story of Peter Pan. “Peter/Wendy”, written by Jeremy Bloom, moves through the classic story in a nonlinear fashion, emphasizing its complex themes.



Have you ever wondered where that spiraling, steel fence in front of the Hunter Museum of American Art came from? Well, it just so happens to be the masterful craftsmanship of sculptor Albert Paley. A metalsmith from New York, famous for crafting ... more

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Over the past few years, Chattanooga’s streets have transformed as beautiful, powerful murals have been painted onto many buildings. From simple patterns of colorful shapes to complex depictions of people and places, each of these works of public ... more

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SPOT Venue presents “Celebrations: A Community Collaboration” this Friday. Experience over 30 artists committed to sharing all the major art groups: music, dance, acting, and painting. Sponsored by ArtsBuild and Chattanooga Brewing Co., the event ... more

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This Thursday, the Hunter Museum invites you to “meet them at the crossroads” of blues music and painted stories as Deacon Bluz, Kofi Mawuko, and Ran Adams take their audience on a tour of 20th century art “through the stories and sounds of the ... more

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Back in 1990, “Dancing at Lughnasa”, a play by Irish dramatist Brian Friel, met the stage for the first time. Now it is coming to Barking Legs Theater this weekend, and has lost none of its impact or power over the past three decades. more

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