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The Biennial Sculpture Exhibition, a rotating outdoor exhibition, continues to be an integral part of Chattanooga’s growing public art program. The inaugural exhibition was initiated in May 2005 at the First Street Corridor, which was the site of one of three major public art initiatives of Chattanooga’s $120 million 21st Century Waterfront Plan for the…Read More
Art in Motion is a public art project collaboration between CARTA, Public Art Chattanooga and River City Company designed to transform CARTA Downtown Electric Shuttles into mobile public art works. Five original designs by local artists were selected to be wrapped on the free zero emission shuttles that transport passengers around downtown Chattanooga. The shuttles…Read More
Administered by Pubic Art Chattanooga, Art in the Neighborhoods is a program designed to assist community groups in generating public art projects in neighborhoods throughout Chattanooga by providing matching grants through the generous support of the Lyndhurst Foundation.Read More
“The Blue Trees” in Chattanooga! About “The Blue Trees” Artist: Konstantin Dimopoulos The Blue Trees is an environmental art installation that brings together environmental consciousness and social action. By bringing the community together to color trees throughout our city and our neighborhoods the artists transforms the way we view trees and our outdoor spaces ‑raising…Read More
Strong Coalitions: Building on Common Interests Find out about community-wide collaborations that bring all sectors of the public and private community together. Learn techniques that really work for sharing resources, managing information, developing human capital and facilitating community empowerment. Identify ways to reconcile conflict, create win-win collaborative relationships and develop comprehensive strategies for soliciting partnership…Read More