Arts

The Creative Discovery Museum’s annual AmuseUm adults-only fundraising event will return on Saturday, March 2.
Time-hop back to the 1970s with the Soddy-Daisy Community Library’s Funk Bookmark Art Contest.
Introducing The Jewel Awards, a high school musical theater awards program that will aim to support theater in regional schools.
To celebrate her 28th birthday, City Editor Kristen wanted to share her 28 favorite things about Chattanooga.
Read about the six members of River City Co.'s inaugural Emerging Producers Program.
We’re commemorating 2023 the best way we know how — highlighting local photos through our NOOGAtoday Picture of the Year contest.
With the hopes of creating an inclusive space in the studio, SCCA is accepting applications for its latest cohort for clay artists in the area from various backgrounds.
Join the St. Elmo neighborhood for the St. Elmo Stroll Luminaria Festival where folks will gather together for a walk around a lantern-lit path — see what else is in store.
The Scenic City will welcome local and regional artists and their designs during the third edition of this fashion exposé. Learn more about the celebration and its weekend of events.
The fiber arts community will soon be getting a new space to share their creativity in the Red Bank area. Learn about what you can expect.
Participate in the immersive performance, Until the Sun Rises, conducted by The Pop-Up Project.
We’ve made a concerted effort to orchestrate this roadmap, so you can focus on finding the artists you adore.
The local theater and event space is hitting a big milestone, and the celebrations will be even bigger — read on for 22 days of festivities.
With the mission to make “art for everyone” and highlight the diverse cultures in our community, Art 120 will kick off its event series in Patten Parkway with a special celebration of Día de Todos los Santos.
Join the Chattanooga Writers Guild for its 2023 Fall Writing Workshop on Saturday, Oct. 21.
Fire Up the Fields returns to Sculpture Fields at Montague Park on Saturday, Oct. 14.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga is gearing up for its 16th annual film series that will showcase five award-winning films inspired by Jewish heritage.
Enjoy live music and art from local makers at the annual Between the Bridges Festival.
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The Scenic City will be getting a special guest passing through in October — Little Amal, a 12-ft puppet girl. Learn about her journey here + what to expect during her stay.
Purchase a piece of art created by the aquarium’s residents during the online fundraising auction.
Peggy Woods Townsend, Dr. Roland Carter, Stan Townsend, and Vincent Oakes will receive the prestigious award at this year’s ArtsBuild InterMission event.
You have your Moon River festival tickets — now, read up and prepare for two days of music, food, and fun.
UTC will host its annual writers’ workshop on + off campus — here’s what you need to know if you want to check out one or more of the events.
The Cleveland Geekster is back with a full day of all things comic books and pop culture-related memorabilia — enough to leave you fangirling.
You can see a Chattanoogan’s large art installation at the Walmart Supercenter in Hixson for a pop-up art exhibit that is in partnership with ArtsBuild.
Get your hands dirty while learning the craft of clay pottery during this inaugural fundraising event with SCCA.
The weekly afternoon concert series will return to the downtown area, but this time taking over Broad Street with local musicians, artists, food trucks, and more.
The Chattanooga Green will once again be taken over for Rock the Riverfront, a month-long series that showcases an interactive art installation + weekends full of fun.
River City Co. will select one local artist to help redesign the banners in downtown.
The Chattanooga Festival of Black Arts & Ideas will host a festival to honor James Baldwin from Friday, Aug. 25-Sunday, Aug. 27.
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