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You know “A Christmas Story,” of course —Ralphie, his BB gun quest, “You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out,” the leg lamp and all that. But, chances are, you don’t know the musical and what it adds to the stage version of the classic 1983 movie, which was taken from an original story by Jean Shepherd.
A production reviewers have deemed “a holiday classic” and “a hoot” returns to Chattanooga State Community College for the next two weekends.
Take three talkative, widowed sisters, put them in the same home and stir.
Exhibits, galleries, theater and more art around town.
Mia Bergeron studied oil painting in Florence, Italy, before moving to Chattanooga in 2006. James Courtenay James built a 40-year career in graphic design before transitioning full-time into oil portraits seven years ago.
Custom-made jewelry by Eleanor Goodson will be featured during December at In-Town Gallery, 26A Frazier Ave.
“Don’t bother the lady in the scoop-neck print top at the card table. She can’t help you.”
Felt artist Rachel Nicholson, who works experimentally to develop new methods, will offer a demonstration, including making wearable fiber pieces, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, at River Gallery, 400 E. Second St. Nicholson works exclusively in felt and develops each piece by intuitively responding to color, texture and organic forms within nature.
Jeff Adair made a promise to his mama. And what, after all, is more sacred?
A little more than 100 movers and shakers in the arts community gathered last Thursday at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center to talk about the state of the arts in education.