College student art exhibit with East Chattanooga Academy is this Friday
The East Chattanooga Academy of Art and Social Justice is devoted to revitalizing and rebuilding East Chattanooga’s community through art. They are a small knit school set on promoting local artists and aspiring students to bring a higher level of creativity and wholesomeness to the community.
They are a tuition free school with a two-year graduation plan and only ten instructors. When they say it is all about art and creativity, they mean it. The ideas of a financially burden-free education and creativity without boundaries have become a reality through this academy.
One example of this is the exhibit they are having on April 1st at 5 p.m. called Just Fooling Around. This exhibit is a college student art show showcasing art which has been curated and created by local college students. The art can range from anything such as mixed media, painting, sculpting, projection art, and media design. Each artist created a piece and self-submitted in order to share a part of themselves with the community.
ECAASJ believes each artist has a distinct, important voice which needs to be heard, and wants to give them that voice through the beauty of artistic expression. To get an inside look at the different expressions of the vital voices around you, go to The East Chattanooga Academy of Art and Social Justice this Friday and see what it’s all about.
For more information about the academy or the exhibit, visit ecaasj.com.