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Exploring the Art Frontiers

Interestingly, Rasmussen has two sculptures named for important writers: “Cohen” and “Beckett.” These nuanced works suggest ways in which different kinds of art may inspire new art works. more »

Feb 20, 2014 by in Arts

Fantastic and Future

Those who like depth in their hangings may want to check into Chattanooga artist Star Roberts. Her constructions combine elements into stimulating, unique integrations. Like a “poetry of things.” Her works suggest thoughts brought together. more »

Feb 14, 2014 by in Arts

Why Anime Matters

Anime fan Lazarus Hellgate, of Chattanooga's Subterranean Cirqus performance troupe, agrees with Miller. "Anime writing is full of strange and interesting details that are really absorbing." more »

Dec 5, 2013 by in Arts

Women Seen By Women Seers

To be sure, throughout art history, men have dominated the representation of women, from deities and Madonnas to the ecstatic and sometimes lurid exploitation of the female nude, leading to the aesthetic theory of “the male gaze.” more »

Sep 12, 2013 by in Arts