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The watercolor painting “Chick and Rooster” is among the works by Carole Jarboe Cullen on display through October at Crossville City Hall, 392 N. Main St., Crossville, Tenn.
Exum Gallery at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 305 W. Seventh St., is hosting the Chattanooga Area Art Instructors Annual Exhibit, featuring mixed-media works by more than a dozen local educators. The show runs through Sunday, Oct. 12. The church office is open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. For more information, call 423-266-8195.
The artwork that adorns the walls of Kitchen at Union Square offers more than a pleasing aesthetic for diners. In a partnership with the nonprofit Hart Gallery, the restaurant at 200 W. M.L. King Blvd. showcases these creations to give homeless and nontraditional artists a chance to sell their work in a public setting.
C.S. Lewis’ Dante-esque comedy “The Great Divorce” will be presented in two performances Saturday, Sept. 20, at the Tivoli Theatre by the Fellowship for Performing Arts, a New York City-based producer of live theater from a Christian worldview.
A tale of murder, greed, corruption, violence, exploitation, adultery and treachery — set to music — will be staged in Chattanooga this weekend by Closed Door Entertainment.
Members of First Baptist Church of Fort Oglethorpe have gathered up a multitude of miscellany for a Fine Arts/Crafts and Services Silent Auction to be held this weekend.
Theater, dance, visual art and film.
That viridescent glow on the horizon is a sign that Ever After Productions is ready to debut its next show.
Five women who galvanized the visual arts in Athens, Tenn., will be recognized with an exhibit later this year, and organizers of the show are hoping to borrow more examples of their work.
Illinois artist Karen Linduska will demonstrate her creative process from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13, at River Gallery, 400 E. Second St.