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Places to Elope in Chattanooga

Choosing to pass up on a traditional wedding and elope has become more popular over the years as couples are searching for more intimate ways to tie the knot. Chattanooga has an abundance of picturesque and adventurous spots to elope. If you're looking for some inspiration for your big day, check…

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Through Art and Food

Unidos, we create a stronger community. Join us in celebrating Hispanic/ Latinx Heritage Month. Here are a few amazing Hispanic/ Latinx businesses and talents within the Chattanooga area. Pupuseria Marelyn 3992 Ringgold Rd, Chattanooga, TN 37412 *Spinach pupusa with curtido If you’re searching…

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CHA Spotlight: Chattanooga Theatre Centre

Chattanooga Theatre Centre Who: Anyone who loves the theater and the performing arts. What: The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is one of the largest and oldest centers of its kind in the southeast. Surviving the Great Depression and two World Wars. When: Check out great theatrical productions…

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CHA Spotlight: Genesis The Greykid

Who: Anyone who loves creatives, and fine art from Chattanooga! What: Genesis the Greykid is a creator who calls Chattanooga home. Although he travels all around the world to showcase his fine art, he credits Chattanooga’s creative community for allowing his career to flourish. When: Genesis’…

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Intersection of Art and Nature: Area 61 Gallery

Keeli Crew | Area 61 Gallery Co-Owner Visitors to Chattanooga quickly discover why it’s called the Scenic City. From the rolling mountains to the river that winds between them, our city teems with stunning views. With so much natural beauty at every turn, we had to wonder: Does nature inspire the…

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CHA Spotlight: Area 61 Art Gallery

Who: Anyone who loves local Chattanooga art! What: Area 61 Art Gallery is an amazing location in downtown Chattanooga for creatives. The gallery hosts 20 professional artists and craftsmen. When: Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 12 – 6 p.m. Where: Located downtown on Broad Street next to…

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Dancing Through Art at the Hunter

Through September 6th, the Hunter presents the stunning exhibition Power, Passion & Pose: Photographs by Ken Browar and Deborah Ory, featuring nearly fifty photographs capturing the exquisite athleticism of ballet and modern dancers posed in mid-air wearing couture fashion. The exhibit is a joint…

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CHA Spotlight: Hunter Museum of American Art

CHA Spotlight: Hunter Musem of American Art Who: Anyone who loves art, dance, and fashion! What: The Hunter Museum’s new incredible exhibition Power, Passion, and Pose by Ken Browar and Deborah Ory focuses on the collaboration between dancers, photographers, and choreographers, and examines the…

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Discover the MLK Neighborhood Through Murals

The MLK community reflects over 100 years of Chattanooga and African American history and commerce in the city. Martin Luther King Boulevard is full of public art. Many of its murals in particular reference icons and history from the area. Here’s a guide to a few of them that shed light on the…

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Downtown Art for Everyone to Enjoy

With over 105 permanent outdoor artworks, Chattanooga has the most public art in the Southeast that you will love to explore. Kat Wright, City of Chattanooga’s Public Art Director invites you to take in 5 notable downtown public art projects. Be on the lookout for more downtown Public Art…

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