Modeled on the 826 National reading and literacy programs now located throughout the US, UTC graphic design seniors just completed a 6-week project to seed retail and neighborhood development on the 700 block of MLK Ave. in downtown Chattanooga...10-Oct-2010
"Recent Discoveries In Science, One Time" is a collaborative exhibition hosted by UTC art majors, and organized under the direction of Professors Buffington and Lewis. The exhibition was opened on Friday, April 30 for a one-night-only event at "The Apothacary", in the Doctor's Building at 744 McCallie Ave at the corner of Palmetto St...01-Oct-2010
Apothecary Contemporary Art is pleased to announce it’s third exhibition titled Fickett byAndrew O’Brien. Beginning with the legacy of Los Angeles based architect, EdwardH. Fickett (b. 1916 d. 1999), Andrew O’Brien investigates psychological trauma as a symptom of the archive in modern culture through an installation of objects and photographs...07-Sep-2010
From October 13 to 16, Chattanooga will host the 2010 annual convention of the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians. Scholars and preservationists from all over the Southeast will gather at the historic Chattanooga Choo Choo hotel to hear papers and go on tours of some of the city's most notable landmarks...21-Jul-2010
New York Times bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell will be the debut speaker of the 2010 – 2011 George T. Hunter Lecture Series on October 5. This year marks the third annual George T. Hunter Lecture Series, which is sponsored by the Benwood Foundation in partnership with The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, The Ochs Center, and CreateHere...10-Jan-2010
The Cress Gallery of Art, University of Tennessee Chattanooga has opened its doors next exhibition: “le deluge, après mao” China’s Surging Creative Tide An Exhibition of Art by Significant Contemporary Chinese Artists November 9 – December 14, 201006-Jan-2010
Apothecary presents Greg Pond: programmed sonic sculpture from Nov 5 - Nov 19 2010 In Greg Pond's words: This set is a series of sculptural/acoustic devices that can are compatible with one another and can be configured in various ways. These objects can be physically connected and electronically synced in different arrangements as appropriate to the venue and exhibition...