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King Arthur Really Revisited

Hopefully, you had the opportunity to see the Theatre Centre’s Camelot, set in the Kennedy “Camelot” era. But if for some reason you didn’t, you’ve got another chance to see another great production. This time, it’s the delightfully absurd ...

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If you’ve taken a shine to the textile arts, if you’re looking for a way to create unique and inexpensive gifts, or if you’re simply interested in learning an ancient creative practice, Danielle Shelton’s wet felting seminar has you covered. more »

Jul 13, 2016 10:07 AM News & Notes

On more than one occasion you’ve most likely found yourself subject to the delightfully awkward community ritual known as the family vacation. David Craig is all too familiar with the feeling: “The crazy misadventures, the sibling fights ... more »

Jul 6, 2016 11:39 AM News & Notes

If you’ve taken a stroll down Frazier Avenue, you’ve likely walked past the Association for Visual Arts. If that stroll was recent, you were probably greeted with boarded-up window frames, traffic cones on the sidewalk, and a request to ... more »

Jun 29, 2016 11:11 AM News & Notes

Previously at Chattanooga WorkSpace, Danielle Shelton taught us how to use plants to make natural clothing dyes. This week, the education continues. With the summer months producing an abundance of berries at our disposal, Shelton will show ... more »

Jun 22, 2016 11:49 AM News & Notes

The Lerner and Lower musical Camelot first premiered on Broadway in 1960, the same year John F. Kennedy was sworn in as President. The play saw 873 performances, four Tony awards, and a multitude of fans ... more »

Jun 15, 2016 11:55 AM News & Notes

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