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  • A Sense of Place: Memories of Chattanooga

    A Sense of Place: Memories of Chattanooga
    Thu. Feb 16th
    6pm – 7:30pm

    at Hunter Museum of American Art

    Inspired by the artwork on view in Really Free: The Radical Art of Nellie Mae Rowe, this program series explores the municipal changes that have impacted Chattanooga’s African American community. Alongside educators and faith leaders David and Carol Meredith, educator, activist and lifelong Westside community member Charlie Newton will share memories with...

  • RE-PAIR: Tour of the Tennessee Triennial at the Hunter

    RE-PAIR: Tour of the Tennessee Triennial at the Hunter
    Sat. Feb 18th
    2pm – 2:30pm

    at Hunter Museum of American Art

    Join us for a guided tour of the Hunter’s RE-PAIR installation, a selection of contemporary works from our collection, many newly acquired. RE-PAIR, this year’s Tennessee Triennial theme, is inspiring exhibits across the state. Find local exhibits at the ICA at UTC, Stove Works and the Hunter Museum. Free and open to all.

  • Annual Pops Concert at Southern Adventist University

    Annual Pops Concert at Southern Adventist University
    Sat. Feb 18th
    8pm – 9pm

    at Southern Adventist University

    Southern Adventist University’s School of Music invites the community to “Forward March!” – the annual pops concert featuring the Wind Symphony, Jazz Ensemble, and Steel Band. Under the direction of Ken Parsons and Keith Lloyd, this free concert on Saturday, December 3February 18, at 8 p.m. in Iles P.E. Center on campus will include works by Alford, Gershwin,...

  • Ask an Adviser at Southern Adventist University Part 3

    Ask an Adviser at Southern Adventist University Part 3
    Mon. Feb 20th
    6:30pm – 7:30pm

    at Collegedale Church of Seventh-day Adventists

    Southern Adventist University’s Planned Giving Office hosts free workshops on financial planning through the Ask an Adviser series. “Estate Planning for Young Parents” will be presented by Monica Edwards in the South Atrium of Collegedale Church of Seventh-day Adventists on Monday, February 20, at 6:30 p.m. All workshops are held in person as well as...

  • Vision + Verse: Jazz Age Nights

    Vision + Verse: Jazz Age Nights
    Thu. Feb 23rd
    6pm – 7pm

    at Hunter Museum of American Art

    Celebrate the creative spirit of jazz-age Harlem and Paris as creatives Kimmie J Soul, Ryan Deshawn Roberts and Erika Roberts reinterpret the choreography of Cab Calloway, music of Ella Fitzgerald and poetry of James Baldwin, ending in a conversation about the role of community in the work of Beauford Delaney and James Baldwin. Free and open to all.

  • Accordionist Hanzhi Wang to Perform at Southern Adventist University

    Accordionist Hanzhi Wang to Perform at Southern Adventist University
    Tue. Feb 28th
    7:30pm – 8:30pm

    at Southern Adventist University

    Southern Adventist University invites the community to a performance by award-winning Chinese accordionist Hanzhi Wang on Tuesday, February 28, at 7:30 p.m. in Mabel Wood Hall’s Ackerman Auditorium. Praised for her “staggering virtuosity,” Wang is the first accordionist to win a place on the roster of Young Concert Artists in its 60-year history. Tickets are...

  • Schutte Family Lecture Series Convocation at Southern Adventist University

    Schutte Family Lecture Series Convocation at Southern Adventist University
    Thu. Mar 2nd
    11am – 12pm

    at Southern Adventist University

    Southern Adventist University is pleased to welcome guest speaker Christine Costa, a neurodivergent educator and brain-cancer survivor, for the second presentation in the Schutte Family Lecture Series on Thursday, March 2, at 11 a.m. in Iles P.E. Center. Celebrating those with variations in mental processing, such as people on the autism spectrum, Costa...

  • Throwback Thursday

    Throwback Thursday
    Thu. Mar 2nd
    4pm – 8pm

    at Hunter Museum of American Art

    Enjoy free admission to the permanent collection and $5 general admission to the current exhibitions Beauford Delaney’s Metamorphosis into Freedom and Really Free: The Radical Art of Nellie Mae Rowe. Members and youth 17 and under are free. Beauford Delaney’s Metamorphosis into Freedom is organized by the KnoxvilleMuseum of Art. Really Free: The Radical Art...

  • Art + Issues: Representing and Healing Communities with Marie Mott

    Art + Issues: Representing and Healing Communities with Marie Mott
    Thu. Mar 2nd
    6pm – 7pm

    at Hunter Museum of American Art

    Responding to pieces in Really Free: The Radical Art of Nellie Mae Rowe, community leader Marie Mott will speak about current issues facing Black and Latin American Chattanoogans and lead a conversation on ways we can heal and work together to support one another in community. Free and open to all. Really Free: The Radical Art of Nellie Mae Rowe is...

  • Artful Yoga with Robyn Stringfellow

    Artful Yoga with Robyn Stringfellow
    Sun. Mar 5th
    1:30pm – 3pm

    at Hunter Museum of American Art

    Enjoy an art-inspired yoga practice with instructor Robyn Stringfellow. Artful Yoga is an ongoing series connecting art from the Hunter Museum with yoga taught by local and visiting instructors. Your $5 donation supports the Hunter Museum’s educational programs; participants must bring their own yoga mat. All levels of yoga experience are welcome.

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