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Tuesday, October 1 • 9:45am - 1:00pm
Mobile Workshop: Chattanooga’s Riverfront - Whose Story is it to Tell? FILLING

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Meet at Waterhouse Pavilion by 9:30am so you can register for the conference and check-in with the mobile workshop leader before heading off to the mobile workshop as a group. 

Workshop transportation: via Walking and Electric Shuttle

Join Public Art Chattanooga for a tour of Chattanooga’s riverfront with a special focus on “The Passage”, a collaborative and inclusive public art project by Cherokee artists, Team Gadugi. “The Passage” is a living tribute to the resiliency and vibrancy of the Cherokee culture – and those of other tribes removed from this region during the Trail of Tears. The riverfront tour will be guided by project team members and followed by a workshop with “The Passage” artist, Bill Glass and “Ed Johnson Memorial” artist, Jerome Meadows exploring how to reconcile ownership of public spaces while giving voice to hidden stories through public art and placemaking.

Speakers
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Katelyn Kirnie

Director of Public Art, City of Chattanooga


Tuesday October 1, 2019 9:45am - 1:00pm
Waterhouse Pavilion 850 Market St, Chattanooga, TN 37402

Attendees (24)