published Sunday, July 17th, 2011

AVA all-member show

A nonjuried, salon-style exhibit is on view through Aug. 6

The Association for Visual Arts was established in the late 1980s to promote professional artists, emerging artists and the visual arts in the Chattanooga area. One of AVA’s goals is to provide opportunities for its members to exhibit their work in a public venue.

On display through Aug. 6 is the annual all-member show. This nonjuried exhibit illustrates the diverse range of styles, mediums and skill-levels of AVA’s members.

Artworks are hung from floor to ceiling in true salon fashion — allowing a larger quantity of pieces to be displayed than in regular exhibitions.

AVA, 30 Frazier Ave., is open 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday though Saturday. Call 265-4282.

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